Spacious and courtyard facing, this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Snow Hill Wharf also benefits from a private balcony. This appealing space would be a perfect home for a first-time buyer or buy-to-let investment, with a potential rental income of approximately £1200pcm offering a healthy 4.5% gross yield.
The facilities in Snow Hill Wharf are designed to support your busy lifestyle. The 24-hour concierge service can help with everything from deliveries to restaurant bookings. Our on-site round-the-clock gym features the very latest equipment as well as a sauna and steam room, or you can simply relax in the cinema room, exclusively for residents.
Sophisticated, stylish and sublime – kitchen and dining areas are a treat for the senses. Softer neutral tones combined with subtle lighting schemes, quality materials and state-of-the-art appliances, create spaces that are at once the epitome of elegance and wholly practical.
A little added luxury comes as standard in the bathrooms at Snow Hill Wharf. With clever storage areas and
high-specification fixtures, you can take the time to wind down in stylish surroundings.
Snow Hill Wharf offers high-quality apartments to an area rich with heritage and craftsmanship within Birmingham. Ideal for those who enjoy the advantages of urban living, excellent transport connections, city centre amenities, and a stunning canal-side to the podium gardens. Featuring 3 stunning landscaped podium gardens set beside a revitalised waterway, Snow Hill Wharf is redefining urban living in the UK’s second city.
An exciting addition to the area, Snow Hill Wharf is just moments from major transport connections at Snow Hill, New Street, and the forthcoming High Speed 2 terminal. Close to Birmingham’s fantastic array of shops and restaurants, each apartment also benefits from an exclusive 24-hour concierge service and residents-only facilities, including a gym, sauna, steam room, cinema, and lounge.
The Gun Quarter, has a rich industrial heritage of ammunitions, motor bikes and more. It’s yet to be gentrified and you could describe it as being a little rough around the edges and it’s home to a hefty student population. But as everywhere in the centre things are slowly starting to change – investment is being made. Partly as it has JQ on its doorstep, and in 2026, it won’t be that far at all from the HS2 Terminal either.
The mood. There’s a distinct student feel and the overall impression is of a place that’s a little forgotten. But not for long…