This development is different to a lot of property found in Birmingham. The aesthetic appeal of the development really ties into the Jewellery Quarter's past, present and future, and it will retain its appeal, character and charm going forward. This means it is an investment which holds strong capital growth prospects in the long-term. Built on the site of an old school house, the development features new build spec and low service charges, whilst in-keeping with the charm and illustrious history of the surrounding area. Units found here are also way over the average found in Comparable sites in Birmingham, thus increasing rentability and longevity of the apartments.
The development occupies a prominent location in the south-west of the city's Jewellery Quarter. It's a thriving residential neighbourhood. There are strict conservational guidelines designed to preserve the heritage of the Jewellery Quarter. The development cleverly fuses the past with modern homes full of character and charm.
Less than a 20-minute walk to the UK's largest in-city shopping centre, and with connections to all major cities - the location is a perfect mix of rural and accessible.
Known as the UK's second city, Birmingham is the nation's largest city economy outside of London.
While the population of the city itself sits at around 1.1 million people, a total of 5.57 million live in the wider catchment area in a West Midlands economy worth £80 billion. The city's population is on the rise too, set to reach 1.3 million by 2039.
Prestigious B1 postcode
Easy access to all city centre locations
Features Grade II Listed elements
One of the UK's fastest-growing property markets
High demand for luxury apartments
Extremely high specification
Completing this summer
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£175,625 (8)||£362,167 (6)||£342,500 (4)||£529,420 (10)||-|
|Flats||£186,114 (311)||£268,921 (317)||£413,463 (27)||-||-|
|All||£185,851 (319)||£270,653 (323)||£404,306 (31)||£529,420 (10)||-|