This duplex home is perfect for those who embrace city-living, who want an expanse of space (2357sqft), who enjoy lots of light through the shuttered bedroom windows or the large living room skylights, and those who want to be near all the action, without feeling like they are.
As you enter the apartment on the upper ground floor, the generous hallway leads you to three double bedrooms (the third is currently set up as a study), two large shower rooms, and a guest WC off the hallway. All 2357sqft of this apartment has been well-designed to give lots of light, and to feel more like a house.
The stairs take you through an atrium to a large living room, an open plan entertaining kitchen/diner, a snug off the living room, and the all-important utility room. Throughout, the apartment has quirky features, bold décor and plenty of light and space.
The photographs and walk-through tour should make all of this this clearer, but the space is very generous, and the large kitchen is perfect for those who love to entertain. With a large central island, it faces into the room so that you can chat to your guests whilst you make drinks or prepare some dinner.
It’s a wonderfully central location; across the road from Snow Hill Station (25metres) and 1km from both Moor Street (for Marylebone) and New Street Station (for London, Euston and other city connections). The Colmore business district begins only 160m from the building, and other notable destinations are Hippodrome Theatre at 1.4km, Brindleyplace at 1.3km and Custard Factory in Digbeth at 2km by foot.
Over 2300 square feet of space is a real rarity in the city centre so this home suits established professionals looking to make their home in the Jewellery Quarter whilst not living in a repetitive, white-walled box. This apartment is fun, individual, and great for entertaining.
Only six apartments make up this building and the Freehold is owned and controlled amongst them, another rare feature in today’s market.
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.