Whilst the property has been owned for three years and the renovation work has taken place over two years, it is possible that HMRC will assess any profit you make to income tax and national insurance contributions on the basis that they may consider you are trading as property developers, ie buying property, adding value and selling it on for a profit. If the property has been let, that might change things a little but, given that the renovations took two years, I doubt that is the case. I'm not saying that HMRC will even query the disclosure of the profit as a capital gain but it is a possibility especially if you have a history of doing this type of thing and you are involved with a property company.
There is nothing to stop you selling the property to your company at market value so that you realise the gain in 2013/14, though you don't have much time to exchange contracts by 5 April 2014 and you ought to discuss it with your solicitor and consider the effect that this may have on your buyer. People get very anxious this close to a property sale and anything out of the ordinary could cause problems. HMRC would impose market value as your disposal proceeds as you are connected to the company.
A subsequent sale by the company at the purchase price would mean the company would make no profit. I cannot think of a reason why there would be a legal problem caused by the wording of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company with that but you might also discuss this with your solicitor too.
You should be aware that there may be a stamp duty charge due to your connection to the property company as you can read under the heading "Transferring land or property to or from a company" here
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.