Flats above fashion icon Paul Smith’s very first boutique hit the market

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In 2017, Sir Paul Smith closed his Byard Lane store.

It was the designer’s original premises in the city, in fact his very first boutique.

Tucked away on a side street that attracted those looking for the style of the man who became Nottingham’s most successful fashion designer, the store was closed in favor of an imposing building in Low Pavement named Willoughby House, which remains the designer’s outlet in Nottingham to the city.

Now you can live in an apartment above where the first boutique showcasing the style of the Beeston-born fashion icon was located in 1970.

Named City Lofts, a wide door next to the original boutique provides access to some of the apartments on this site.

Three of the seven newly converted luxury homes are above where the store once operated (now home to The Tap House), while Apartments 4, 5, 6 and 7 are in the Weekday Cross section of the development.



Paul Smith’s original store in Byard Lane, now closed and the store has moved to town, but pictured in its prime

Varying in size and price, but both comprising two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the apartments are for sale with FHP Living.

Elliot Brown of FHP said: “These are well presented apartments with prices ranging from £ 240,000 to £ 270,000.

“Each apartment has a fresh air ventilation system installed, Hive heating and intercom. The kitchens are offered fully equipped with built-in appliances.

He added: “We have already sold.”



In one of the apartments
In one of the apartments

These townhouses do not have parking, but the agent states that “local parking spaces can be researched for any potential buyer.”

Sold with 250 years of lease for the apartments, the visit is done through the agent.

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