3 bed Flat (for sale) Marshall Street, Birmingham B1

£995,000
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Fine & Country - Solihull
Joseph House, 970 Stratford Road, Shirley, Solihull
0121 411 0004
First Published

27th Feb 2019

Last Published

28th Feb 2019

 

Features

  • Type: Flat
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description

Occupying a prime urban position adjacent to The Mailbox and The Cube in the heart of Birmingham City Centre, this unique New York style loft apartment offers city centre living at the very height of design and decor.

Accommodation - This former warehouse located on the corner of Holloway Head and Marshall Street has been extensively refurbished and re-engineered to provide an exceptional modern living space with a sophisticated, industrial aesthetic. With over 2800 sq ft of accommodation and 3.1m high ceilings, this spacious apartment offers outstanding open plan kitchen/dining/living space, a further separate sitting room, a superb master bedroom with luxury en-suite, two further double bedrooms with en-suites, excellent built in storage and a good sized laundry room. The property also offers two allocated secure underground parking spaces.

Sitting on the top floor of the original building and benefiting from a south westerly elevation the large open-plan living area is flooded with natural light through the entire glazed wall offering fabulous elevated views across the landscape of Birmingham.

Clever use of the industrial heritage of the building has offered a very distinctive finish, blended with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout such as: Duravit sanitary ware, Brassware by Hansgrohe, Kahrs engineered wood flooring in main living area and entrance, Berber wool carpets, bespoke vintage style cast iron radiators, feature Crittall glazing, luxury German bespoke fitted kitchen, Quartz worktops, an excellent range of integrated appliances and high end appliances, and the Nu-Air air filtration system.

Seller Insight - These New York style loft apartments with high ceilings and exposed metal beams offer an amazing amount of space and character. The converted warehouse complex is a short stroll away from Mailbox, an upmarket shopping centre and office development in the city hosting bbc Birmingham and Harvey Nichols, and the canal basin. The current owner has lived here for three years; Id always dreamt about living in a big warehouse apartment with lots of space, so to move here was very exciting. The location is excellent; in under five-minutes you can be exploring all the city centre has to offer, or off on the canals for a walk or run. Concord House has its own social group which feels like one big family; we regularly meet up for dinner and parties and all look out for each other, says the owner. Central station can be reached on foot in about eight-minutes and offers more than just rail services; here there are amazing restaurants and shops as well as a direct link into the Bullring, explains the owner. With a good mix of green spaces within easy reach the property is close to both the Peace Gardens and urban regeneration project Sunset and Moonlit Parks which has a childrens play area and a wildflower meadow.

The area attracts local professionals and commuters as well as young families as the diversity of facilities is so good; there are a variety of theatres and cinemas and Arena Birmingham and the O2 Academy within walking distance. For children theres the National Sea Life Centre, Lego Land Discovery Centre and the Think-tank Birmingham Science Museum, says the owner. The central location means that most things are a maximum of 20-minutes on foot, and if you want to explore further afield it only takes around 10-minutes to access the M6 and the M42. Birmingham International Airport is only a short journey by train.

The size of the rooms in the apartment are excellent and the communal areas are fantastic the whole place exudes a feeling of calm and feels very secure.

I love all the rooms, however I think the living room is what initially stole my heart due to the light, space and beautiful wooden floors.

Being close to excellent day-to-day facilities, culture and city attractions whilst at the same time never being too far away from nature makes this a really unique urban home.

Any get-together or party, such as decorating the Christmas tree, summer barbeques, New Years eve parties, or just a cup of tea with a neighbour, will be cherished memories.

The Concord House family and the wonderful character of the apartment.

Location - Nearest stations:
Birmingham New Street(0.3 miles)
Five Ways (0.5 miles)
Birmingham Moor Street(0.6 miles)

Local Authority - Birmingham City Council

Services To The Property - All mains connected

Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
Sunday 11.00 am - 3.00 pm

 

Local info for B1

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Property Value Data/Graphs for B1

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Flat 92.9% £228,664 1.6 1.2
Studio 3% £151,657 0.1 1
Town house 1.7% £450,970 3 2
Mews house 1% £403,333 2 1.7
Land 0.3% £1,600,000 0 0
Detached house 0.3% £1,200,000 3 0
Terraced house 0.3% £175,000 3 1
Other 0.3% £184,950 1 1

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£189,523

Sales

1557

Current Average Value

£239,433

Value Change

£49,910 26.3%

 

Current Asking Prices in B1 Average: £239,433

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £147,450 (2) £471,250 (4) £490,980 (5) £499,950 (1) -
Flats £179,750 (129) £263,430 (129) £336,021 (17) - -
All £179,257 (131) £269,680 (133) £371,239 (22) £499,950 (1) -

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