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Million Pen Building, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

The Million Pen Building

Originally a steel pen ‘manufactory’ this architecturally celebrated building has been sensitively restored and converted. Offering 21 attractive apartments, each representing an outstanding investment opportunity in the historic heart of  the city of Birmingham.

Features

In the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, 3-4 Legge Lane was originally built in 1893 as a steel pen ‘manufactory’ for George W. Hughes, the creator of ‘The Million Pen’. Now Grade II Listed, it is one of the area’s most architecturally celebrated buildings, notable for its distinctive Dutch-gabled terracotta façade.

Grade II Listed building

3-5 Legge Lane has been developed to showcase its original features while bringing it fully into the 21st century. The result offers all the comforts of modern living, in a setting of genuine historic and architectural interest.

Stylish Accommodation

Each apartment offers stylish accommodation, designed to maximise space and create attractive and comfortable homes within an iconic building. The understated and neutral decoration gives you the freedom to create your perfect environment.

  • Intercom system
  • Landscaped communal courtyard
  • Secured vehicle roller shutter doors
  • Integrated appliances
  • Quartz work surfaces
  • Contemporary kitchens by Kesseler
  • Heated ladder towel rail
  • Sanitary ware by Vitra S50 range
  • Ceramic floor & wall tiles by Porcelanosa

Location

Located just outside Birmingham’s city centre, the Jewellery Quarter is an attractive mix of narrow streets, fine architecture and listed buildings – among them ‘The Million Pen’.

Interested in Million Pen Building, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham?

0121 347 6116

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