For sale in Birmingham: Inside incredible Victorian home owned by motor manufacturers which has hosted Royalty

Take a look inside this stunning Birmingham home that’s packed with plush features

A stunning and historic property in Birmingham is up for sale in ne the city’s most sought after estates.

The eight-bed home on Westbourne Road in Edgbaston was previously owned and occupied by the Lucas family of Lucas Industries - the Birmingham-based British manufacturer of motor industry and aerospace industry components throughout the 1900s.

The home is called Gur-Mehar, and was one-time known as ‘The Dell’, It’s an exquisite Victorian Grade II listed family home extending to over 13,000sq ft of accommodation. Regal in stature and situated on the Calthorpe Estate in Edgbaston. The property has been meticulously maintained over the years and has undergone improvements but preserves many of the original characteristic details of the late Victorian era. 

Speaking about the property, a spokeswoman for Fine & Country, said: “Gur Mehar is truly a remarkable property with a rich history and an abundance of potential. One of the most exciting opportunities to come to market in some time.

“This property has previously played host to Royalty including Princess Anne and Princess Margaret, and was the private home of the Lucas Family of Birmingham. Whilst the grandeur of the property is so evident to all from the curb side, it is only once you are inside, the full opulence hits unlike anything you have seen before.”

Fine & Country have listed the property for £4,000,000. Let’s take a look inside.

All photos from Fine & Country

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