Cliveland House Birmingham

The six-story structure, adorned with brick cladding, is positioned behind a terraced garden and public space, creating a pleasant setback from the canal. It consists of 52 waterside apartments, featuring one and two bedrooms, and was completed in the summer of 2020.

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About Cliveland House

Nestled along a tranquil stretch of canal in Birmingham’s historic Gun Quarter, Cliveland House encompasses 52 apartments, conveniently located within a 10-minute walk from Snow Hill Station and the vibrant Jewellery Quarter, featuring over 30 restaurants, bars, and cafes. With a historical past as a centre for weapons assembling factories, the Gun Quarter played a pivotal role in the country’s industrial development over the last two centuries. Today, the picturesque canals, once vital for material transportation, offer scenic waterway views, bordered by quality residential and lifestyle developments.

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5% rental return

High rental demand

Build complete

250 year leasehold (from 2020)

Key Facts

  • Prices from £221,889
  • Up to 5% rental return
  • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments
  • Build complete
  • High rental demand
  • 49% graduate retention
  • Canalside living
  • Desirable location
  • 10 minute walk from train station
  • Reservation Fee: £5,000

Why Birmingham

Emerging as the prospective British property hub, Birmingham seamlessly blends its rich history with futuristic infrastructure development. The city’s transformation in the central area has given rise to new office districts, retail schemes, and hotels, such as Brindley place, the revamped Bullring, The Mailbox, and the recently completed Grand Central Shopping Centre adjacent to New Street Station. With a burgeoning tourist influx of 45.5 million visitors annually and a global reputation as a top-tier centre for higher education, Birmingham is magnetising a substantial number of international students, graduates, and young professionals.

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