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While the first buyers prepare to move into a unique development in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewelery Quarter, House Hunters can see the stunning property for themselves on a special Open Day.
The event at the Heaton House development on Camden Street will be an opportunity to see the impressive townhouse show homes and luxury one and two bedroom apartments created by Elevate Property Group.
The opening date is this Saturday, February 11th, from 10am to 2pm. Viewings are by appointment with distributor Knight Frank on 0121 233 6495.
Heaton House is an exciting development of 14 freehold townhouses and 42 apartments, all focused on the meticulous restoration of the historic Georgian Old Heaton House Villa itself.
The townhouses all have terraced gardens, allotted gated parking on site, and access to EV charging points. They are offered freehold rights.
The development, which includes six loft apartments, is already over 75% sold, so early viewing is recommended.
David Hofton, director of sales and marketing for Elevate Property Group, said the first buyer is moving into development this month.
“Heaton House is a short walk from the popular bars and restaurants of St. Paul’s Square, yet in the heart of the popular Jewelery Quarter and was rated one of the best places to live in the Midlands by The Sunday Times. was selected as
“All Heaton House properties offer the best of inner-city living and demand is already very high.”
At the heart of the development is Old Heaton House, built around 1823 for William Cotterill, a wealthy Birmingham merchant. .
Elevate cleared the area and restored the Georgian house to its finest condition. Around it, apartments and townhouses have been sympathetically developed to reflect the local history and architecture while bringing 21st century standards of quality and luxury.