Cliveland House Birmingham, United Kingdom

GBP 220,000
Property type: Apartments/Flat

Amenities

  • Bike Parking
  • Gardens

Description

Cliveland House, Birmingham

Heritage and diversity

Cliveland House is a 52-unit boutique residential development, located right by a beautiful stretch of canal within Birmingham’s historic Gun Quarter. It’s an 8-minute walk from the Jewellery Quarter rail & tram station, with access to more than 30 restaurants, bars and cafes in the area.

More graduates and young professionals are moving to Birmingham from London today. With the average house price in Birmingham being 7.2 times the average salary compared to almost 17 times in London, Birmingham is a more attractive place for new and growing families. 

There’s plenty of job opportunities — Birmingham is one of the UK’s largest business, professional and financial services hubs outside London. And once the HS2 rail link is complete (2026), travel between London and Birmingham will take a mere 49 minutes! It’s also popular with tourists, seeing 42 million visitors per year, and has a reputation as a world-class centre for higher education. 

The city is undergoing rapid regeneration — the redevelopment of the Bullring and Grand Central Shopping Centre, which is just a 20-minute walk from Cliveland House. The brand-new canalside commercial area Brindleyplace is 25 minutes  away on foot, which includes a good variety of restaurants, bars and retail outlets.

The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held in Birmingham, and we can see many other exciting new developments coming to the city, including the Midland Metro tram extension, the city centre Paradise Circus development, the 450mil canalside regeneration of Eastside Locks, and the Birmingham Smithfield regeneration scheme. 

Project Highlights

  • 1 and 2-bedroom apartments 
  • Courtyard garden & bicycle storage
  • Completion in 2020
  • From £220K

 Investment Highlights

  • 4-minute walk to retail outlets and restaurants in the Jewellery Quarter
  • 7-minute walk to Birmingham City University
  • 8-minute walk to Jewellery Quarter rail & tram station
  • High-Speed Rail (HS2) completion in 2026 — 49 min to London
  • Birmingham to reach 1.3 million population by 2039
  • Creation of 38,000 jobs in the city in the next 10 years

Tags

UK