An area in Gresham is being rejuvenated following a multi-million pound investment project by urban regeneration and property specialist, Jomast.
63 terraced properties on Union Street, Waverley Street, Wentworth Street, and Princes Road are being sympathetically restored to a high-spec finish as part of the company’s commitment to bringing quality housing to central Middlesbrough.
Just a stone’s throw from the bustling town centre and upcoming developments such as Teesside University’s student village, the project will provide ‘as new’ housing at an affordable level.
The company has used reclaimed bricks to restore the terraced houses and to create attractive backyard spaces. Meanwhile, inside the interiors have been designed to a high specification.
The development is made up of 46 two-bedroom houses and 17 three-bedroom houses. Phase one of around 20 homes is now ready for the rental market. Rental prices will start from £525pcm.
Prospective tenants should contact John Monk & Co on 01642 674203.
Stuart Monk Managing Director of Jomast said
“Jomast’s development in Gresham is about best practice and creating sustainable housing which cherishes traditional town centre housing and respects Middlesbrough’s heritage“.