A New Chapter for Library House in Frodsham

A beautiful red brick building that was once a Wesleyan Chapel, a doctors surgery and a library has commenced a new chapter as fourteen contemporary style apartments and duplexes.

Library House, as it is now called, was constructed in 1837 and is well known locally for its fabulous bee motif stained glass windows. These, along with many other period features, have been restored and retained to offer modern apartment living with period charm and character.

Each of the 14 apartments has been designed to maximise space, light and to incorporate stunning period features.

The ground floor offers a choice of four apartments; three with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms. All apartments on this floor include a modern open plan kitchen/dining and living space and a main bathroom.

On floors 1 and 2 are a choice of 10 two-bedroom duplex apartments with between 440 sq ft and 844 sq ft of living accommodation. With the exception of apartment 14, they offer an open plan kitchen/dining and living room with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the upper floor. Apartment 14 provides a kitchen/dining room and separate lounge.

The apartments have been finished to an exacting standard with high quality fittings and fixtures from leading designers and manufacturers. Where possible, natural wood, brushed chrome and timber have been used to complement in keeping with the style of the building.

A show apartment is available to view. To book, or to request a copy of the brochure, please contact our sales team on 0800 970 8837.