Fotheringham Homes completes transformation of derelict Stonehaven building
The renovation of a former Stonehaven care home is now complete with new residents moving in throughout November.
The derelict Eden Manor property has been transformed into five apartments and ten single storey terraced homes which were aimed at buyers over fifty.
Fotheringham Homes worked with John D Crawford Architects on the renovation project which has beautifully restored the main features of the abandoned C-listed building into modern homes.
The main building itself has retained many of the original features such as the staircase, bay windows and masonry. Contemporary bathrooms and kitchens from Laings of Inverurie feature throughout the properties as well as heated flooring.
The dilapidated extension to the rear of the building was removed to create space for ten modern homes built around a courtyard area. Knowing that being part of a community can have a positive impact on health, the designs were created to embrace this while still maintaining resident privacy.
Michael Fotheringham, director of Fotheringham Homes, said: “When we took on the development we had a sense of excitement around the project due to the level of interest on social media. Throughout the renovation, we have shared updates and ‘sneak peeks’ and have enjoyed seeing people respond, sharing their own stories and history of the building.
“We are extremely proud to see the impact we have made by restoring Eden Manor, not only for the residents moving in but also their families and the local community surrounding it.”