Completed in October 2013. The five storey property at the rear of 22-24 Portland House was redeveloped and converted into 19 high specification apartments (15 two bedroom and 4 three bedroom) nestled behind the Georgian facade of the square, blending the historic with the modern to create a truly unique living experience.
Portland Heights was originally an office space, but lay unoccupied from mid-2000s until 2010 when Barnett Developments acquired it. In January 2013, the construction of 19 apartments began and in October 2013 they were completed. All apartments have now been sold.
All apartments were sold within 2 months of completion at prices up to 50% more than the original valuation.
The building is fully clad in terracotta and cream Rockclad and has rubble stone walls at the base of the building. The building has a flat single membrane roof, Velfac windows and benefits from a secure door entry system & CCTV cameras. Rear entrance to the property is via a self-closing high iron gate, with the key code entry. The entrance hall and public access areas are finished to a very high specification, with cream & black floor tiles, smoked glass mirrors and tiled walls.