Has the liquidator told you that the value of the property will be part of the capital payment to you which will be subject to CGT at 10% under the entrepreneurs' relief rules?
As the property will effectively be transferred to you from the company at market value and you will pay CGT, that market value will be your cost for CGT purposes. If you give it away to your daughter immediately, there will be no gain as the acquisition value and the disposal value will be the same. Assuming there is no mortgage and no cash involved in the gift, there will be no stamp duty to pay. Take a look here for more information on stamp duty and property transfer.
I have to say that gains on residential property will not normally be entitled to be taxed under the entrepreneur relief rules.
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.