Torquay’s iconic Watcombe Hall, originally built in the 1850’s as an Army Captain’s home, is undergoing extensive renovation and transformation to create a selection of eight luxury apartments and four individual homes situated within the grounds.
A short distance from Torquay’s popular Watcombe Beach, KHP Group have started works to renovate a heritage buildings into a selection of luxury homes finished to a superior specification whilst retaining many original features.
This heritage building has a colourful history, including having spent time as a film studio, an army Captain’s main residence, a retirement residence and more recently even a hospital. Watcombe Hall was then left empty in 2017 which inspired the team at KHP Group to restore this magnificent building and create a brand-new community within Watcombe.
The team at KHP Group, who specialise in the conversion of heritage and listed buildings have invested in this beautiful building and have meticulously renovated it. Now known as Trinity House, it maintains numerous original features. You’ll find stunning stained glass windows, architectural coving and abundant character features throughout.
Homes available to purchase at Trinity House include a set of eight unique one, two and three bedroom apartments and four houses. KHP Group have partnered with Complete Estate Agents to deliver these luxury homes. Ground floor apartments at Trinity House enjoy private gardens set amidst charming parkland. All homes benefit from Engineered Oak flooring, fully fitted kitchens, with some even benefitting from original features and stunning sea views.
Situated a short distance from the popular Watcombe beach in the thriving seaside town of Torquay, the settings offers tranquillity whilst remaining just a short trip from a range of local amenities.
This month saw Trinity House opening its doors to the for the first time since renovation began, with visitors invited to explore its recently completed show apartment. The day was a resounding success with interest remaining strong in these unique and characterful homes.
Phil Bailey, KHP Director and scheme architect said:
“It’s so exciting to be able to open our doors to the show apartment so people can see the work we’ve been doing to bring this important but neglected building back to life. We’ve been overwhelmed by the interest shown so far, with back to back appointments on the day to experience the transformation.”
For more information or to view the show apartment, please contact estate agents Complete Property on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01626 362246.