£ 199,500


  • Property Code: LON028
  • Property Name: High Rental Income Investment in Jewellery Quarter
  • Property Country: United Kingdom
  • Property City: Birmingham
  • Type of Apartments: flat
  • Completion Status:
  • Number of Units: 71

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Property Details

The project occupies a prominent location in the southwest of the city’s Jewellery Quarter, a new and thriving residential neighborhood for Birmingham, only a minutes’ walk from the city center. Built within the strict conservational guidelines designed to preserve the Jewelry Quarter's heritage, the development cleverly fuses its past industrial usage with a modern aesthetic to offer an array of homes full of character and charm. A community of 71 homes, The project comprises a range of residences; apartments, duplexes, and townhouses. Some are new-build, others form part of the restoration of the centerpiece, the Grade II listed former brass works, dating back to 1854. Traversing Sloane Street and Camden Street and only half a mile from the Jewelry Quarter Metro, this project is a major new address and an exciting opportunity to be a part of this area’s residential renaissance.

Built to reflect the Jewelry Quarter's surrounding architecture, this project features traditional red brickwork with hints of copper and zinc, a nod to the materials so ubiquitous to the forges and makers who gave the area its name. Deep revealing windows, dark contrasting surroundings, brick openings in the façade, and open weave brickwork combine to give an innovatively industrial appearance. Stylish residences both inside and out.

Located in the Jewelry Quarter's conservation area, this project enjoys all the benefits of a city-center location - less than a 10-minute walk to Birmingham’s Central Business District and under 0.4 miles to the JQ station.

The proposed HS2 would put Birmingham at the epicenter of the UK's new high-speed rail network slashing journey times to London down from 1 hrs 21 mins to 45 mins. It would also revolutionize Birmingham’s connectivity with the regions, making Leeds accessible in 49 mins, presently a two-hour trip. It seems unlikely the scheme will meet its 2026 opening time at Birmingham’s Curzon Street. When completes, it will drastically change the face of rail travel in the UK.

*Up to 5.4% Estimated net annual income 

*Estimated net annual rental income of £9,177 for an investment of £199,500

*Income tax exemption up to £12,500

 

Highlights
  • Security Door
  • Storage
  • Furniture
  • Gloss white (or similar) handleless cabinets 
  • Granite worktops, upstands, and splashback behind hob 
  • Stainless steel integral 1.5 bowl sink Integrated Bosch or similar appliances, including induction hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer-dryer 
  • LED strip lighting under wall units 
  • Oak effect basin cabinet with white basin and mixer tap 
  • Polished concrete style or similar ceramic wall and floor tiles - floor to ceiling in wet areas 
  • Dual flush soft close WC with chrome flush 
  • Showerhead with rose head and hand shower in chrome 
  • Heated designer towel rail
  • Brushed stainless steel sockets and switches 
  • Varnished wooden apartment doors 
  • Stone windowsills 
  • Secured gates at section entrances 
  • Digital access to main entry doors and gates 
  • Colour video access screens in apartment hallways 
  • Compliant smoke alarms 
  • Lockable letterboxes 
  • Secured bike storage 
  • Wall-mounted electric panel heaters 
  • Flooring Engineered oak flooring in living, hallway, and kitchen areas 
  • Carpet in bedrooms 
  • Ceramic and/or porcelain tiled bathrooms 
  • Recessed LED spotlights 
  • Brushed steel light switches
Location
  • 10 minutes to New Street Snow and Moor Street Stations on foot 
  • 25 minutes to Birmingham Airport by car
  • 1 hour 35 minutes to Oxford by train
  • 6 minutes to Pit Gym on foot 
  • 9 minutes to Tesco on foot
  • 15 minutes to Post Office on foot
  • 8 minutes to JQ Museum on foot
  • 1 minute to School of Jewellery on foot 
  • 6 minutes to the University of Law on foot
  • 5 minutes to Saint Paul's House on foot
  • 10 minutes to University College Birmingham on foot
  • 15 minutes to Birmingham Canal by car
Price and Floor Plans
  • Housing Type: 1+1
  • Min (m2): 41 m2
  • Max (m2): 68 m2
  • Min Price: £ 199,500
  • Max Price: £ 275,000
  • Housing Type: 2+1
  • Min (m2): 64 m2
  • Max (m2): 129 m2
  • Min Price: £ 285,000
  • Max Price: £ 397,500
  • Housing Type: 3+1
  • Min (m2): 107 m2
  • Max (m2): 131 m2
  • Min Price: £ 450,000
  • Max Price: £ 575,000
  • Housing Type: 4+1
  • Min (m2): 135 m2
  • Max (m2): 135 m2
  • Min Price: £ 595,000
  • Max Price: £ 595,000
  • Housing Type: 1+1
  • Min (m2): 41 m2
  • Max (m2): 68 m2
  • Min Price: £ 199,500
  • Max Price: £ 275,000
  • Housing Type: 2+1
  • Min (m2): 64 m2
  • Max (m2): 129 m2
  • Min Price: £ 285,000
  • Max Price: £ 397,500
  • Housing Type: 3+1
  • Min (m2): 107 m2
  • Max (m2): 131 m2
  • Min Price: £ 450,000
  • Max Price: £ 575,000
  • Housing Type: 4+1
  • Min (m2): 135 m2
  • Max (m2): 135 m2
  • Min Price: £ 595,000
  • Max Price: £ 595,000
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Property Name: High Rental Income Investment in Jewellery Quarter
Property Code: LON028
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£ 199,500

Property Details

The project occupies a prominent location in the southwest of the city’s Jewellery Quarter, a new and thriving residential neighborhood for Birmingham, only a minutes’ walk from the city center. Built within the strict conservational guidelines designed to preserve the Jewelry Quarter's heritage, the development cleverly fuses its past industrial usage with a modern aesthetic to offer an array of homes full of character and charm. A community of 71 homes, The project comprises a range of residences; apartments, duplexes, and townhouses. Some are new-build, others form part of the restoration of the centerpiece, the Grade II listed former brass works, dating back to 1854. Traversing Sloane Street and Camden Street and only half a mile from the Jewelry Quarter Metro, this project is a major new address and an exciting opportunity to be a part of this area’s residential renaissance.

Built to reflect the Jewelry Quarter's surrounding architecture, this project features traditional red brickwork with hints of copper and zinc, a nod to the materials so ubiquitous to the forges and makers who gave the area its name. Deep revealing windows, dark contrasting surroundings, brick openings in the façade, and open weave brickwork combine to give an innovatively industrial appearance. Stylish residences both inside and out.

Located in the Jewelry Quarter's conservation area, this project enjoys all the benefits of a city-center location - less than a 10-minute walk to Birmingham’s Central Business District and under 0.4 miles to the JQ station.

The proposed HS2 would put Birmingham at the epicenter of the UK's new high-speed rail network slashing journey times to London down from 1 hrs 21 mins to 45 mins. It would also revolutionize Birmingham’s connectivity with the regions, making Leeds accessible in 49 mins, presently a two-hour trip. It seems unlikely the scheme will meet its 2026 opening time at Birmingham’s Curzon Street. When completes, it will drastically change the face of rail travel in the UK.

*Up to 5.4% Estimated net annual income 

*Estimated net annual rental income of £9,177 for an investment of £199,500

*Income tax exemption up to £12,500

 

Highlights
  • Security Door
  • Storage
  • Furniture
  • Gloss white (or similar) handleless cabinets 
  • Granite worktops, upstands, and splashback behind hob 
  • Stainless steel integral 1.5 bowl sink Integrated Bosch or similar appliances, including induction hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer-dryer 
  • LED strip lighting under wall units 
  • Oak effect basin cabinet with white basin and mixer tap 
  • Polished concrete style or similar ceramic wall and floor tiles - floor to ceiling in wet areas 
  • Dual flush soft close WC with chrome flush 
  • Showerhead with rose head and hand shower in chrome 
  • Heated designer towel rail
  • Brushed stainless steel sockets and switches 
  • Varnished wooden apartment doors 
  • Stone windowsills 
  • Secured gates at section entrances 
  • Digital access to main entry doors and gates 
  • Colour video access screens in apartment hallways 
  • Compliant smoke alarms 
  • Lockable letterboxes 
  • Secured bike storage 
  • Wall-mounted electric panel heaters 
  • Flooring Engineered oak flooring in living, hallway, and kitchen areas 
  • Carpet in bedrooms 
  • Ceramic and/or porcelain tiled bathrooms 
  • Recessed LED spotlights 
  • Brushed steel light switches
Location
  • 10 minutes to New Street Snow and Moor Street Stations on foot 
  • 25 minutes to Birmingham Airport by car
  • 1 hour 35 minutes to Oxford by train
  • 6 minutes to Pit Gym on foot 
  • 9 minutes to Tesco on foot
  • 15 minutes to Post Office on foot
  • 8 minutes to JQ Museum on foot
  • 1 minute to School of Jewellery on foot 
  • 6 minutes to the University of Law on foot
  • 5 minutes to Saint Paul's House on foot
  • 10 minutes to University College Birmingham on foot
  • 15 minutes to Birmingham Canal by car
Housing Type Min Gross (m2 ) Max Gross (m2 ) Min Price (£) Max Price (£)
1+1 41 m2 68 m2 £ 199,500 £ 275,000
2+1 64 m2 129 m2 £ 285,000 £ 397,500
3+1 107 m2 131 m2 £ 450,000 £ 575,000
4+1 135 m2 135 m2 £ 595,000 £ 595,000
1+1 41 m2 68 m2 £ 199,500 £ 275,000
2+1 64 m2 129 m2 £ 285,000 £ 397,500
3+1 107 m2 131 m2 £ 450,000 £ 575,000
4+1 135 m2 135 m2 £ 595,000 £ 595,000
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