WORK to transform a Grade II listed building in Chester into 14 luxury apartments has been completed.

The transformation of the historic Christleton Hall, which was first built on Pepper Street, Christleton in 1750, has been managed by sustainable housing developers, Blueoak Estates. The developer says that the conversion means that the Hall's future is 'secured for another century.'

The former law college and historic manor house is set in 14 acres of idyllic parkland and was built by Thomas Ince to rival that of his father-in-law, Robert Townsend, once the Recorder of Chester, who occupied The Old Hall at Christleton.

Its stunning new homes are a mixture of one, two and three bedroom apartments finished to the highest specifications. Several possess their own private terraces and each will have two parking spaces available with electric car charging point.

Chester and District Standard: The open plan living room at one of the new Christleton Hall apartments.The open plan living room at one of the new Christleton Hall apartments. (Image: Blueoak Estates)

Iain MacLean, Managing Director of Blueoak Estates commented: "It’s incredibly satisfying to reach completion at the wonderful Christelton Hall. There has been huge attention to detail from the early infancy of this scheme. This is an important building architecturally, and we have been committed to retaining its integrity and ultimately enhancing the property, making it relevant for today’s homeowner.

"Christleton is an amazing place to live and indeed featured in the top places to live in the Times renowned annual feature for 2022. It really is chocolate box perfect – we believe that these homes will hold particular interest to the rightsizer market, which is those keen to stay within the area and retain a certain standard of living."

Blueoak Estates will host an 'Incentives Day' for potential owners at Christleton Hall on Thursday, October 26 from 10am to 4pm.