Derwent Works is a former metal press, now converted into 4 loft apartments by renowned Birmingham developers, Javelin Block.
Javelin Block use their unique interior design skills to fit out developments with recycled and up-cycled furniture and fittings, creating highly desirable living spaces
The industrial style of the building has been maintained with steel beams, exposed brickwork and original features retained wherever possible. Despite the vintage industrial charms, the apartments aren’t stuck in the past, with each property containing underfloor heating, fully furnished kitchens and handcrafted brass bathroom fittings.
You now have the opportunity to own one of these four unique apartments.
Each loft within the development has a bespoke layout and design to complement the original building. As well as a unique typology, this apartment boasts:
Presented to the highest of standards, Derwent Works is an exclusive collection of bespoke lofts on the edge of the city centre 0.5 miles of the ever-popular St Paul’s Square. Ranging in size from 1440sqft through to 2230sqft (including terrace) the space and quality of property on offer needs to be seen to be believed.
The lofts feature open plan living, kitchen and dining areas as well as spacious bedrooms and bathrooms which make it perfect for a modern lifestyle.
Here is your chance to own your own piece of old Birmingham, tastefully rejuvenated.
Derwent Works was built around the late 19th century and was historically part of the Taylor & Challen Derwent Works. The development at Derwent Works has undergone a huge transformation, from a disused and derelict metalworking factory to four unique loft apartments.
A three-storey side extension has been built and the rear of Victorian complex has been increased to three storeys to increase the living space of each apartment by an impressive amount.
The steelwork and beams have been left exposed, floor and wall finishes kept in their natural state with exposed brickwork and original features retained wherever possible. Windows have been replaced with steel framed windows to restore the building to its original style. Derwent Works has retained its industrial style, but has been given a new lease of life.