County Court incorporates a unique combination of history and technology completed to the highest of standards to create a bespoke living space. The building’s legally protected Grade II Listed status justifies its special interest and has warranted our every effort to preserve it for future generations.
In line with the Cities movement towards a healthier population, the County Court development provides a functional basement level gym exclusively for the buildings residents.
The development comprises 23 apartments with a modern mix of duplexes, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments and the refurbishment has been carefully designed to showcase the attractive original features placing emphasis on the exposed beams, original cornices and large sash windows.
As well as providing an openness, the large windows complement the tall ceilings allow generous light into the building to create bright, positive living spaces.
Development: Sheffield Bank Street
Developer: One Heritage
Address: County Court Sheffield, 56 Bank Street S1 2DS
Property Type: Residential
Prices: From £150k 1 bed and from £195k 2 bed
Build schedule: 12 Months
Mortgages Available: Yes
Anticipated Yields: 5.5 – 6.5% Gross
Estimated Completion: Q1 2022
Lease term: 250 years
Payment Plan: 15% Deposit (minus £5k reservation fee) on exchange. Remainder on completion
County Court sits conveniently within the super-connected City of Sheffield which is the centre to a web of networks carrying in, out and around the City.
The network on the doorstep of the development is made up by Sheffield’s Supertram, expansive bus lines, national train lines and motorways, providing almost instant access to the Cities hotspots and beyond. The Supertram spans to an impressive 48 stops with an average frequency of 12-minutes.
Residents of the County Court development will benefit from prime shopping with the likes of John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, H&M and Tesco within walking distance. This is not to mention Sheffield’s shopping hotspot Meadowhall Shopping Centre which is just a 15-minute drive away.
Sheffield is a City for foodies, with a diverse array of food reflecting a multitude of cultures proudly sits 5 Michelin Guide recommended restaurants. With a thriving Asian community, Sheffield is home to many Chinese restaurants and supermarkets.
The Cities hospitality scene is heavily influenced by the dynamics of the multicultural, vibrant population it is largely made up of. With over 60,000 students and an impressive 42% student retention rate the Cities character has evolved into a spectacular mix of modern and traditional culture which is reflected within all of its assets.
Home to the infamous O2 Academy, Sheffield has a vibrant music scene flooded with popular clubs and bars fuelling the energetic night life.
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Primarily known for steel, the City played a key role in the industrial revolution having developed many significant inventions and technologies. In the 19th century, the City saw a huge expansion of its traditional cutlery trade, when stainless steel and crucible steel were developed locally, fuelling an almost tenfold increase in the population.
The 21st century has seen the redevelopment of Sheffield into a dynamic hotspot for investment with global businesses such as McLaren, Boeing, Rolls Royce and Amazon among the many international companies which have seen the benefits of locating at the heart of Sheffield’s super-connected and growing economy.
The strategic economic plan published by Sheffield City Council in 2020 highlights the economic vision and sets out the plan to achieve an extra £7.6bn GVA by 2040, with an astonishing £1.1bn per year invested in research and development increasing from £323mil in 2020.
The student demographic contributes significantly to the Cities economy through supporting local businesses, creating new jobs, and attracting people and organisations into the area. With two popular City campus Universities, Sheffield is a true student City home to over 60,000 students, creating and supporting 20,000 jobs and ultimately generating over £1bn for the City through Gross Value Added (GVA). With an above average student retention rate post graduation of 42%, Sheffield can expect to see this growth increasing annually alongside the ever-expanding young population.
Amongst many sectors, Sheffield boasts an extremely active and energetic legal scene being the second largest legal hub in Yorkshire.