Coppergate Mews previously stood empty for a number of years, having being built in 1929 on land originally owned by Lawrence Marquis of Zetland and William Charles de Meuron Earl Fitzwilliam. Once a large family home on a prominent junction opposite the Doncaster Royal Infirmary, now the building has been transformed into four new apartments, tailored for working professionals and individually furnished with fully integrated kitchen appliances, nespresso coffee machine, smart TV and Amazon Prime as well as the offer of a weekly cleaning and linen change facility.
Helen Warman, Director of Kanso Property Investment said, “We’re delighted to be able to bring this style of property development to Doncaster – accommodation for professionals is usually only seen in cities.”
“The apartments were renovated with Doncaster-based Create Builders & Developers and we were keen to ensure that the accommodation would include everything a professional working away from home would need.”
Development of the apartments was underway as the pandemic unfolded. Ms Warman continued, “We had to switch gears to anticipate the change of demand. As more and more of the economy began to close its doors, it became clear that the apartments would need to be tailored for professionals who don’t have the capacity to focus on the administration and bills associated with renting a property.”
Rental will include all utility bills. These apartments are ideal for medical professionals, hospital personnel, executive workers on secondment or those choosing a career relocation.
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