Centrick is delighted to be marketing one of the most luxurious apartments in Birmingham City Centre – 38 St. Paul’s Square. Set in the heart of the city, this property is a remarkably rare offering, especially for its size and location. As part of a boutique development of seven boutique apartments, this penthouse suite offers supreme views over the beautiful St. Paul’s Square that may not be available on the market again for years to come.
So, why is St. Paul’s Square so sought after?
As the last remaining Georgian square in Birmingham, St. Paul’s Square offers the perfect city centre haven thanks to its combination of artisan shops, abundant green spaces and transportive architecture. The Square juxtaposes the best that Birmingham has to offer in property, shops and restaurants whilst maintaining its quintessential Georgian feel. Over the centuries, developers have put sympathetic restoration at the heart of their mission when dealing with properties on St. Paul’s Square. Many of the Square’s properties are Grade II listed former factories and workshops that encourage the fusion of modern living and respect for Birmingham’s elaborate past, especially in terms of its vital contribution to the city’s manufacturing industry.
At its epicentre lies St. Paul’s Church, an astonishingly well-maintained Grade I listed structure set among plentiful greenery. The structure is deemed so significant that its stained-glass components are now displayed in the Dallas Museum of Art, demonstrating the local, national and even global importance of the Square. As such, it’s no surprise that properties in the Square are among some of the most desirable in the city, perhaps even across the country, making 38 St. Paul’s Square a rather impressive offering.
St. Paul’s Square sits in the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter, which is renowned for its manufacturing efforts in relation to – you guessed it – jewellery! As such, the region has become inextricably associated with affluence and style, which certainly is reflected in the penthouse apartment at 38 St. Paul’s Square. But what is it like living in Birmingham’s most stylish neighbourhood?
The Jewellery Quarter sits in the perfect central location, making it ideal for those commuting for work or leisure either into or out of the city. With tram stops at St. Paul’s and Jewellery Quarter, ample bus routes, and even its own Train Station, commuting is a breeze for residents of this suburb. Better yet, the beating heart of Birmingham, with the Bullring, Brindleyplace and Birmingham Library, is mere minutes away by foot from St. Paul’s Square (15, to be precise). So, if you’re looking for idyllic surroundings whilst being at the heart of the action of Britain’s second city, you can do no better than living in the ‘Quarter. It seems that the rest of the country agrees, with the Jewellery Quarter being named by the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK for 2022 – it’s no wonder that this city centre location is so universally loved.
But what about those that want to stay local and experience what the Jewellery Quarter has to offer? Residents will never run out of things to do, sights to see and places to visit in the Jewellery Quarter! From it’s own local Michelin recommended restaurants The Wilderness and Folium, to its swathes of exceptional jewellery shops, museums dedicated to manufacturing craftmanship and its range of artisan, independent eateries and retailers – the Jewellery Quarter’s character seeps into each and every restaurant, shop and museum! As such, it’s no wonder that residents of the Jewellery Quarter feel an overwhelming sense of pride in their home, and in Birmingham as a whole.
This penthouse apartment sits in the heart of St. Paul’s Square, looking directly across to the famous Georgian Church at its centre, behind classic pristine-white exterior walls. What is most impressive about the property is its scale, with the apartment spanning 1533 sq. ft – far exceeding the average UK apartment, which typically spans 656 sq. ft and making this home at St. Paul’s Square over double the size of its counterparts. Even more exciting is the opportunity for the next owners to increase the property’s size by an additional 600 sq. ft as the unit comes with planning permission to add additional living spaces in the loft. This is exceptionally rare, not just for an apartment, but one of this calibre of grade listing.
Complete with three bedrooms, a spacious open-plan living area, and a generous family bathroom, 38 St. Paul’s Square is one of the most luxurious city centre properties in the West Midlands. From its lavish décor, velvet finishes and carefully chosen colour palettes, the apartment oozes class. Every single aspect of the property has been thoughtfully considered to make the most of its abundant space – from the suave kitchen island, to the beautiful light-reflecting chandelier and carefully placed storage spaces that minimise clutter.
Additionally, the property comes with access to a private gated car park to the rear, with occupants of 38 St. Paul’s Square having two allocated parking spaces. With city centre parking being such a contentious issue for residents, interested parties will be glad to know that they will not risk hefty fines or public car parking fees.
Take advantage of this exceptionally rare opportunity to purchase one of Birmingham’s most desirable penthouse suites by contacting Centrick today! To find out more about this property and to schedule a private viewing, please follow this hyperlink.
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