Our words simply will not do this apartment justice, but luckily, our 360-degree tour should offer you a fair insight.
This property isn’t for the faint-hearted; whoever buys this will have to embrace city-living, need an expanse of space, enjoy lots of light through eighteen windows, desire views of all sorts of areas of the city, and generally want to be a proper city slicker. Private outside space and decent storage should also be a must.
This home is aimed primarily at established professional couples looking at making their home in the city centre, amongst like-minded other residents. Only 6 apartments make up this building.
So, enough preamble, what is it made up of? Well, we are glad you asked. There are three double bedrooms (the third one is currently set up as a study), two large shower rooms, a guest WC off the hallway, a large living room, an open plan entertaining kitchen/diner, a terrace with views of the canal network and over to St Paul’s Church, and a separate and very, very useful store room!
The living room encompasses the lounge, the kitchen and the dining area. The photos and walk-through should make this clearer, but the space is very generous and the kitchen is perfect for those who love to entertain. With a large island, it faces into the room so that you can chat to your guests whilst you prepare drinks or cook some dinner. It also features a breakfast bar that tucks away when you’re not using it.
All 1532 sqft of the space has been well-designed to give lots of light, plenty of wall space for artwork, and let’s not forget the amazing storeroom where you can keep all of your ski kit, golf clubs, Christmas decorations and old family photos. It’s wonderfully central too; across the road from Snow Hill Station (25m) and 1km from Grand Central, for New Street Station. Resident permit parking surrounds the development, so you’ll always find space to park.
Please note that a Director of FleetMilne is affiliated with this property.
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.