You are going to want to live in this fantastic conversion in the Jewellery Quarter. The whole building has been transformed from its past as a 1960’s office block and now stands proud as a modern industrial apartment building just over the road from Snow Hill station. Are you working on the HS2 project? Then this building is within a short walk of your headquarters in Two Snowhill. It couldn’t be more convenient.
The building has 10 two-bed apartments; the apartments at the front are around 1000 sqft with two bedrooms and two bathrooms and a really big living room and kitchen. At the rear of the building, some with a view of St Pauls church, the two bedroom, one bathroom apartments are around 750 sqft.
These photos are of the larger apartments at the front of the development – you’ll notice a feature ‘wavy wall’ in the living room; just one of the features that set this scheme apart from others you will view. Every bedroom has a built-in dressing table with mirror and plugs, and all of the built-in wardrobes feature a large mirrored door, so you can’t fail to leave home looking great.
These apartments won’t stay on the market for very long because the standard of design and finish is really good and the space is so generous. The furniture is being installed w/c Monday 10th September and we will refresh our photography at that stage, but we wanted to give people the chance to register early and reserve before they all go.
The location is great too – right on the cusp of both the Jewellery Quarter and the city core, so not far to any of the train stations, bus stops or perhaps even a short walk to work.
The 250 year old Jewellery Quarter feels like a friendly village in the heart of the city. It’s this welcoming vibe that’s attracted lots of creative folk, cool bars, independent restaurants and one sympathetic regeneration investment after the next. It’s refreshingly unpretentious and is a wonderful place to call home, especially if you work in Colmore Business District which shares a border with the Jewellery Quarter.
Independent businesses galore. Creative eateries, bars, delis, businesses, experiences and interesting places to visit.