Distinctive New Homes ready to view in the Jewellery Quarter

Cedar Homes UK Limited are about to launch their latest phase as they continue to breathe new life into their Grade II Listed Minories development, situated on Warstone Lane in the heart of the historic Jewellery Quarter.After a number of months completing the build programme they are now in a position to launch the first Show Home on site to the buying public.

Inside the show home purchasers will find a property that as part of the unique nature of this development has been designed to provide Upside Down accommodation. The ground floor entrance has a cloakroom for visitors and large storage area and stairwell leading to the first floor.

Here purchasers will find three of the properties four bedrooms. The master suite benefiting from fitted wardrobes and a luxury en suite shower room. There is also a contemporary bathroom complete with innovative light well and jet shower.

It is this property’s stunning living spaces that will appeal to many of its purchasers. On the second floor you will find a large open plan living diner alongside a separate kitchen including handmade Mereway Kitchen units and appliances. An outside balcony overlooking the internal courtyard completes this area.

However, Cedar Homes have saved the best until last, as the top floor is where this property really stands out from its competition. Here buyers will find a fourth bedroom or study and a large Sun Room flooded with natural light and leading to the properties stunning roof terrace enjoying views across Birmingham’s skyline.

Outside of the property buyers will find their very own parking space and a stunning internal courtyard complete with an exclusive entrance with a unique entrance gate designed and built in partnership with English Heritage.

As a privately funded company with over 25 years experience in property redevelopment and conversion all of the homes on site offer their purchasers a real hand built quality something that is of the utmost importance to Managing Director and Founder Ross McMillan.

Mr McMillan says: “As a company we have worked very hard over the years at demonstrating how we are very different from a traditional developer. With an established team of master craftsmen our finished product really demonstrates a hand built quality. The properties are highly individual with both the designs and materials being handpicked by our own team of people.”

“These properties focus on our purchasers lifestyles and are designed to be enjoyed be it with partners, family, friends or simply alone. We feel that once completed we will have created a bohemian community and we are certain that our purchasers will find these properties highly desirable. Whether you live in a plush City Penthouse or a Georgian Mansion in the suburbs we are sure that you will be won over by what we have on offer here in this great location.”

Once completed the development will be home to the already completed four apartments and just nine townhouses. With a stunning location just 200 metres from the Clock Tower in the Jewellery Quarter and only minutes to the heart of the City, offering potential purchasers all that both this historic area and the nearby the City centre has to offer city dwellers.

Ross concludes: “After a long wait we are very delighted to be launching our first show home offering something completely unique to the people of Birmingham. These distinctive townhouses are very special with masses of living accommodation, a quality specification and a real hand built quality. We know that our purchasers will feel privileged to own such an exclusive home and we really feel that it will be the last home that they ever buy.”

The prices of the Townhouses start from an agreeable £359,950. In addition to the townhouses there is also the opportunity to view the one remaining one-bedroom apartments available from just £99,950. For full details on the complete range of homes available at The Minories, please call Ross at Cedar Homes on 0121 236 6191 or visit the website – www.cedarhomes.org.uk

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