Apartments for sale
One bedroom apartment
- Stunning first-floor apartment with spacious balcony
- In a secluded part of the development enjoying a south-west facing private sun trap space with uninterupted views from lounge / dining room
- Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe
- Well appointed bathroom
- Open-plan living room and kitchen with fitted appliances
- 1 car parking space available
Help to Buy available
electrical & safety
Each apartment comes complete with a 10-year warranty underwritten by Allianz against structural defects and includes a 6 month courtesy after sales visit.
Help to Buy offers equity loans to first-time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move.
With a Help to Buy equity loan the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and 75% mortgage to make up the rest.
The history of Provender Mill
The original premises was designed by Evesham architect George Hunt and built by local contractors William Eassie & Co in 1862.
It comprised a six storey warehouse adjoining the canal with a two storey extension behind containing the mill machinery. A gabled wooden structure supported by pillars projected over the quay and an elevator was installed to lift seeds from the quay.
In the mill, linseed and cotton seed were crushed, heated and then pressed to extract the oil, and the residual slabs of cake were sold as cattle food.