Empty property on Nunsthorpe transformed into desirable family home
REFURBISHMENT CARRIED OUT IN JUST A FEW MONTHS
It has all been done up nice. It was great just to move in and it all be
AN empty property on Grimsby’s s Nunsthorpe estate has now been n transformed into a desirable, fam- ily home.
After being on the market for r some time, the three-bedroom m home sold for £74,000 in November last year to developers, Galaxy of Homes.
The family-owned business, , which is based in Heneage Road d and employs 40 people, carried out a makeover for an international client who has since bought other properties in the area. Galaxy of Homes, which has bought up neglected homes in Grimsby for as little as £15,000 and d transformed them into posh pads, , said the Winchester Avenue development was their latest refurbishment. It was carried out in just a few months.
It is now rented out for their client for £600 per month.
Last year a terraced home in Willingham Street was bought for £30,000 and underwent a £38,400 refurbishment, with stunning results.
Galaxy of Homes celebrated its fourth f h year of f operations i and d 500 homes by pledging to create 500 more.
Husband and wife Vikash and Madhurita Jayaswal unveiled their vision to create around 125 homes per year in the Grimsby area over the next four years.
Mollie Sands, who moved in to one of fh the homes h in i February Fb told ld the Grimsby Telegraph: “It has all been done up nice. It was great just to move in and it all be done. “There is lots of space and it is very easy to look after. It has a lovely kitchen and bathroom and plenty of room for the family inside and in the garden. garden.”