IT’S almost nine months since the regeneration of the iconic Conditioning House in Bradford was completed, with the 120-year-old mill reborn as 153 apartments.

The £18 million project was completed last April by Priestley Homes, bringing the old mill back to life after 30 years of neglect.

Among the 153 apartments created is it’s single largest flat, the five-bedroom penthouse suite which, when it was sold, was the most expensive flat in Bradford.

Well, it has now been placed on the rental market as a fully furnished high-end apartment, which is also the most expensive flat to rent in the district.

Placed on the market on January 5, the apartment in Cape Street – opposite Forster Square Retail Park and next to Shipley Airedale Road – will set renters back £1,995 per calendar month – or a cool £23,940 a year.

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It’s being marketed as a “stunning, New York loft style, 5 bedroom penthouse apartment”, and potential renters must have deep pockets if they want to live there.

Describing Conditioning House, it says: “Breathing new life into a Bradford icon, the site comprises two meticulously refurbished four-storey buildings, connected on the south side resulting in a u-shaped structure with a reinstated glass roof creating a full-height atrium beneath.

“In addition to retaining many of the original features of the Grade II Listed Victorian Woollen Mill, including the original factory gates, internal doors and ornate stonework, the façade uses bespoke double-glazed, wooden windows to retain the heritage of the original building.

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“The heritage of the building is complemented by a highly specified, contemporary approach to the properties and The Penthouse is no exception.

“Arranged over two floors and occupying an enviable corner location, the five-bedroom property boasts many original features including exposed brickwork and beams together with contemporary features such as a backlit staircase to the upper floor with glass balustrade, herringbone wood effect porcelain flooring to the living accommodation and hallway and grey carpeting to the bedrooms.”

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Other features include a standalone fireplace in the centre of the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, a kitchen island with a wine cooler and breakfast bar, five double bedrooms which can also be utilised as a home office space, three bathrooms, high end furnishings throughout and access to the communal gardens.

Plans for a gym for residents, a café, and office space are also in the pipeline.

Interested parties can contact Valor Properties or Biscayne Properties, which are both marketing the flat.

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Biscayne says that prospective tenants must earn at least £60,000 a year, and their guarantors must earn at least £72,000 a year.

Further details on the flat and how to enquire can be found by visiting Rightmove.

A number of other, smaller, flats are also available for rent and to buy at the development.