White Gloss Fitted Kitchen by Symphony Kitchens or equal approved.
Master and guest where applicable will be carpeted.
Wall tiling – splashback to basin with full height tiling to shower and bath areas.
Master and guest where applicable will be carpeted.
Contemporary style bathroom suite by Geberit or equal approved comprising toilet, basin and bath/shower tray where applicable
Luxury on every levelDownloadable floor plans
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A city bursting with life
There's plenty to see in the local vicinity or if you're feeling energetic, put your walking shoes on and see what's about.
|The Old Crown Pub||4 min walk|
|The Custard Factory||6 min walk|
|The Bullring||9 min walk|
There are a number of major amenities and attractions all within 30 minutes drive, and some even closer.
|B'ham City University||4 min drive|
|New Street Station||6 min drive|
|The Electric Cinema||5 min drive|
Three main rail stations serve Birmingham, New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street, together providing a comprehensive network linking long distance destinations across the UK.
|Birmingham Airport||20 mins|
|Coventry Train Station||33 min|
|Milton Keynes Central||48min|
|London Euston||1hr 15min|
|Bristol Temple Meads||1hr 26min|
|Manchester Picadilly||1hr 31min|
|Liverpool Lime Street||1hr 34min|
|Cardiff Central||2hr 0min|
Everything on your doorstep
Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise. Whether you seek head-turning chic or eye-catching value it’s all here.
|John Lewis||5 min drive|
|Harvey Nicholls||6 min drive|
|Selfridges & Co||11 min walk|
|Apple Store||14 min walk|
|The Mailbox||9 min drive|
The city has a diverse and eclectic culture with over 30% of the population coming from ethnic minorities, this creates a real melting pot for the city’s diverse and evolutionary attitude.
|Arena Birmingham||8 min drive|
|Brindleyplace||13 min drive|
|Museum & Art Gallery||11 min drive|
|New Alexandra Theatre||4 min drive|
|Symphony Hall||10 min drive|
|The Jam House||7 min drive|
|O2 Academy||5 min drive|
Whether you’re a fanatical foodie out for fine dining or looking for a quick fix to carry on exploring, Birmingham is never out of options.
|The Alchemist||9 min drive|
|Adams Restaurant||10 min drive|
|Gaucho||10 min drive|
|Praza by Pushkar||9 min drive|
|Lasan Restaurant||9 min drive|
|The Botanist||11 min drive|
|Purnell's||6 min drive|
|Simpsons||8 min drive|
This city is actually greener than you might think. The Greater Birmingham area has protected over 8,000 acres of some of the finest parkland in the UK.
|Edgbaston Golf Club||10 min drive|
|St Phillips Cathedral||10 min drive|
|Edgbaston Cricket Ground||7 min drive|
|Millennium Point||6 min drive|
|Sutton Park Nature Reserve||22 min drive|
Birmingham's premier venue at the heart of the city's nightlife, O2 Academy Birmingham is renowned for the biggest gigs and club nights; to emerging artists and established acts.
The Cube is place to indulge senses, recharge batteries and simply unwind and relax, this iconic landmark provides unrivalled panoramic views across Birmingham.
Mailbox Birmingham is the city's most stylish shopping, lifestyle & restaurant destination, with exclusive stores, 24 hour parking & an independent cinema.
An outstanding entertainment centre purpose-built for music, comedy, sport and family events in Birmingham. Get tickets to the best gigs in Birmingham.
Birmingham Symphony Hall, home of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, is one of the world's best concert halls. Learn about this acoustic marvel.
John Lewis's new store in Birmingham, which sits above New Street station is the largest store outside of London.
Designed by Dutch architects Mecanoo, the Library has transformed the city's library services and become a major cultural destination, housing Birmingham's world-class collections of archives, photography and rare books as well as a million printed volumes, the largest number held by any public library in the UK.
Birmingham New Street is the largest and busiest of the three main railway stations in the Birmingham City Centre, England. It is a central hub of the British railway system. It is a major destination for Virgin Trains services from London Euston, Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley via the West Coast Main Line and the national hub of the CrossCountry network.
For more than 180 years, Town Hall has been a hub of civic and cultural life in Birmingham. From classical to comedy to rock to pop, it’s now one of the city’s most versatile venues having featured artists such as David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Tony Iommi, Caitlin Moran and more. Famous classical premieres include Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius, The Apostles, The Kingdom and The Music Makers.
Birmingham's premier shopping destination with over 200 stores including John Lewis and Selfridges.
Birmingham's premier live music and club venue!
Landmark building in Birmingham, England. The building is part of the Bullring Shopping Centre and houses Selfridges Department Store. Upscale department store in landmark building, stocking designer and popular brands, plus food hall.
The BT Tower is a famous landmark and telecommunications tower in Birmingham, England, and is also the tallest structure in the city.
The Custard Factory is an independent shopping destination and creative and digital business workspace location. There are many designers, artists, online retailers and creative workshop creators working in its studios.
Birmingham Moor Street is one of three main railway stations in the city centre of Birmingham, England, along with Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill.
Birmingham Snow Hill is a railway station and tram stop in the Birmingham City Centre, England. It is one of the three main city-centre stations in Birmingham along with Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital is part of Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust and provides the widest range of children’s health services for young patients from Birmingham the West Midlands and beyond, with over 240,000 patient visits every year.
Plans to redevelop a former Victorian railway station in Birmingham have already been approved by the city council. The scheme will see Grade I listed Curzon Street station turned into a visitor centre and office space for HS2 and other organisations. HS2 hopes to use the station as the hub for its high-speed line linking London and Birmingham. The Department for Transport says the project will cut Birmingham-London journey times from 1hr 21min to 49min.
Thinktank is Birmingham's unique and award-winning science museum housed at Millennium Point in the heart of the city. This exciting attraction offers ten galleries of historical artefacts, modern interactives and fantastic futuristic facts. You can explore everything from aircraft and steam engines to intestines and taste buds - and even emotional robots!
Birmingham City University is a modern university with around 22500 students from 80 countries. The University has strong links with industry and the professions and an established track-record of providing quality higher education and professionally relevant research.