Martin Grange Refurbishment and Conversion

The look of the 19th century property was retained during the renovation project.

The new development has extensive communal facilities for the over 55s.

Termrim Construction built new apartments on the site, as well as refurbishing the existing property.

Termrim Construction refurbished Martin Grange and converted it into a care home.

Original features were incorporated into the design of the new care home.

Termrim Construction is an expert in the building of care homes.

Termrim Construction undertook the care home development for Methodist Homes.

The 19th century feel of the property was maintained as part of the refurbishment project.

The Martin Grange project included both conversion and new build elements.

The care home development in Harrogate involved building new apartments and renovating a 19th century property.

Project Name

Martin Grange Refurbishment and Conversion


Methodist Homes
Methodist Homes


Termrim Construction has completed work on a £3.6 million 29-apartment Extra Care Home at Martin Grange in Harrogate, North Yorkshire for Methodist Homes.

The 70-week project started on site in October 2009 and involved the renovation and conversion of the existing 19th-century property and associated outbuildings into six apartments and two cottages.

A further 19 new apartments and 2 bungalows were built at the rear of the main building.

The development for people aged over 55 has communal facilities, including lounge, restaurant, hairdresser and therapy room.

Properties at Martin Grange were available for sale, shared ownership or rent.