Gunsmith House Birmingham

This development is inspired by the distinctive character of the local industrial and historical architecture. It skilfully combines a subtle mix of period and modern apartments, utilising a palette of classic materials. The communal garden areas are meticulously landscaped, fostering a sense of community in this prime location. The project is further enriched by the rich history and heritage of the surrounding Gun Quarter and Jewellery Quarter.

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About Gunsmith House

Formerly housing the world’s premier gunmakers, this historic site at Gunsmith House is poised for a revival, transforming into 85 one- and two-bedroom lofts that reverberate with the distinctive industrial character of the Gun Quarter’s unique heritage. Positioned on the southern edge of Birmingham’s Gun Quarter, strategically situated for easy access to the City centre, Business District, and Snow Hill Station, the Price Street regeneration project will introduce these new residential apartments. Many of these units feature private balconies and roof terraces, while all residents will enjoy the benefits of landscaped gardens, cycle storage, and some gated parking.

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Key Regeneration Area

Established Developer

High Rental Demand

10 Year Warranty

Key Facts

  • Prices from £225,000
  • Up to 5% rental return
  • Complete Q1 2024
  • Short walk to city centre and train stations
  • Balconies and parking available
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Cycle storage
  • Superior quality finish
  • Desirable location
  • High rental demand

Why Birmingham

Birmingham boasts a thriving economy exceeding £120 billion, outpacing the growth rates of other UK cities. As the UK’s second-largest city, it holds this distinction across various key performance indicators. Voted the best regional city to live in, Birmingham offers a cost of living approximately 60% lower than London. The city’s appeal is evident, with numerous corporations recognising its value and choosing to relocate. The property market is experiencing exponential growth, fuelled by the influx of major corporations and a growing housing supply deficit.

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