The interior design of this beautiful space has won national awards and inspires a real sense of light spaciousness.
There are hardwood floors and a solid Oak staircase. The Bang and Olufsen audio system (available via separate negotiation), electronically operated blinds and an ambient mood lighting system centrally controlled.
The accommodation is thoughtfully laid out to make the most of the fabulous canal side views. The sleeping space is located on the third floor with the living areas located on the fourth and fifth.
The apartment is entered on the third floor and benefits three double bedrooms all of which benefit beautifully fitted en suite bathrooms and ample, built in storage space. Of particular note is the fabulous floor to ceiling library area in the third floor study. There is also a substantial, secure and secret wine cellar.
The well-fitted kitchen is located on the fourth floor along
with the sitting/dining room making this space perfect for
entertaining. The kitchen benefits wall and floor mounted
brush steel effect cupboards with contrasting dark granite work surfaces and splash backs over. The walls tiles compliment perfectly making for a very stylish yet useable kitchen.
The dining/sitting area is light and airy with large floor to ceiling windows and French doors.
On the fifth floor the large drawing room benefits two large balconies for enjoying the sunshine at any time of day.
The apartment also benefits 24 hour concierge and allocated parking in the underground/secure gated parking facility.
EPC rated C
Brindley Place and the National Sea Life Centre 0.3 miles, International Convention Centre 0.4 miles, Birmingham New Street Station 1 mile, The Bullring and Grand Central 1.3 miles (all distances are approximate)
King Edward's Wharf on the banks of the Birmingham Canal network has become one of the most desirable locations to live in the City centre.
A series of gantries, walkways, bridges and quaysides add to the strong architectural qualities.
Located just a short canal walk away from the International Convention Centre, National Indoor Arena and Brindley Place, it builds upon the dramatic transformation of the area in recent years, which has seen an explosion of new restaurants, offices and cultural amenities.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.5%||£247,500||2.8||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£166,136 (7)||£301,217 (23)||£370,338 (16)||£287,817 (9)|
|Flats||£153,378 (89)||£227,933 (88)||£404,125 (14)||-||-|
|All||£153,378 (89)||£223,379 (95)||£340,155 (37)||£370,338 (16)||£287,817 (9)|