The pricey pair of plush properties off Nuns Road each went for more than £1m.
And the larger pad needed a bid of a cool £1.825m to take it off the market.
A flat in Admiralty Arch in London became the most expensive to ever be put on the market earlier this week with a whopping price tag of £150 million.
The two Chester apartments are the second and third priciest sold in Cheshire this decade, coming in just behind a £2m property in Alderley Edge. The figures come from searching the last six and a half years of the Land Registry.
Built in 2009, HQ building features 35 luxury apartments and two penthouses. At the time it was hailed as a ‘landmark project’ by developers.
It is easy to see why the potential bachelor pads would have such a high value, coming with luxurious interiors in a location close to the city centre and stunning views over the racecourse.
You can find one of the two-bedroom flats listed for rent on Rightmove, available early August for £1,400 a month.
HQ is also the home of the 80,000 sq ft Cheshire West and Chester Council offices and the four-star 78-bed Abode hotel.
The scheme’s striking design was created to complement Chester’s historic architecture and incorporates both glass and natural stone cladding with standing seam zinc roofs.
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