Project Brings Civic Pride Back To Derelict Town Hall

Project brings Civic pride back to derelict town hall
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Work has been completed on the transformation of Kinross’ historic Town Hall site, preserving and reviving properties that had stood empty for more than a decade.

The £1.5m project has seen the creation of nine, one and two bedroom apartments on the High Street location which dates back to the 19th century.

The homes, which blend architectural heritage with contemporary style, are now being marketed for the first time – with a specific focus on targeting first time buyers through the Help to Buy scheme.

The iconic building, which includes the town’s clock tower, former post office and library, was declared surplus to requirements by Perth and Kinross Council in 2003.

The 12-month refurbishment programme has seen the former library made into a pair of two-bed townhouses, with four one-bed and three two-bed apartments in the town hall and post office sections.

Each apartment at Kinross Town Hall has been individually designed by a team of architects with the aim of creating the best standard of accommodation in the area.

 

Project Brings Civic Pride Back To Derelict Town Hall

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