An incredible, brand-new two-bedroom available in the Lancaster, nestled between the tranquil canal-side and vibrant Jewellery Quarter this is not a property to be missed. This thoughtfully designed home benefits from having an en-suite and stylish, contemporary interior finishes. The building also features unrivaled facilities, including a gym, sauna, steam room, cinema room, concierge, and meeting rooms.
The apartment features a spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining area including a full range of integrated appliances, and a large balcony with views along the canal. The main bedroom includes extensive fitted wardrobes and leads to an en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom is also a large double, with the main bathroom situated opposite. The contemporary styled bathroom features elegant sanitary ware and fittings plus a thermostatic rain head shower. The property features triple-glazing throughout with large floor-to-ceiling windows offering plenty of light.
Snow Hill Wharf brings luxury living to Birmingham. Right in the heart of the city, discover the benefits of high-quality apartments and canal-side living. It is also just moments from major transport connections at Snow Hill, New Street, and is also situated close to Birmingham Children’s Hospital as well as Colmore Row. 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.
Featuring 3 stunning landscaped podium gardens set beside a revitalized waterway, Snow Hill Wharf is redefining urban living in the UK’s second city.
Resident parking permits for the Gun Quarter available through Birmingham City Council for less than £300 per annum.
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…