• Thu. Apr 18th, 2024

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BUSINESS people needing a long term North East base or visitors wanting a home from home, can now rent apartments in a historic Durham city property.

52 Old Elvet – a grade II listed building – was the subject of a multi-million pound renovation, turning it into one and two bedroom apartments.

Right in the heart of Durham and close to road and rail links, the flats are now being offered for both short and long term lets.

Formerly the Durham County Club, the building has a long history of welcoming royalty and politicians and although it offers state-of-the-art comfort, many of its historical features have also been sympathetically restored.

This includes one apartment which still has a vintage cooking range and an elegant wood staircase which runs throughout the building.

Daniel Gibson, who runs Daniel Craig Residential which is looking after the rentals, believes the properties have enormous appeal.

“The 12 apartments offer all the comforts of home in a really stylish setting,” he said.

“They are perfect for corporate guests who need space to work as well as relax and don’t want to spend week after week in a hotel.

“At the same time, they are also proving very popular with families who may be coming to visit their children at university or need a base from which to explore the area.

“They really do offer the ideal solution for anyone needing to stay in or near to Durham.”

The apartments are available to rent from Daniel Craig Residential www.danielcraigresidential.co.uk

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