For sale in Birmingham: Inside the luxury city centre apartment that used to be a 1970s office near New Street

Luxury living in the prime location of Birmingham - take a look inside

Located in a prime city centre position on Great Charles Street, Galbraith House offers a unique blend of luxury and convenience.

This high-spec 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment, priced at £190,000, is the epitome of city living, offering a lifestyle that is both comfortable and exciting.

Galbraith House, a 1970’s office building, has been stylishly transformed into 19 contemporary apartments. These apartments offers great views across the city centre and the Jewellery Quarter. The transformation has breathed new life into the building, making it a desirable location for modern living.

The apartment boasts of Porcelanosa kitchen and bathroom, Siemens appliances, and real wood floors.

The open plan lounge/kitchen creates a spacious and welcoming environment. The property also benefits from electric heating, ensuring a warm and cosy space during the colder months.

The apartment layout includes 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and 1 reception room, providing ample space for a comfortable living experience.

Living at Galbraith House places you in a central hotspot between the hustle and bustle of the Colmore Business District and the urban hub of creativity that is the Jewellery Quarter.

With high-profile businesses, designer shops, Michelin star restaurants, trendy bars, and restaurants all within walking distance, there is always something to do.

The property is just a short walk away from New Street Station & Colmore Row, providing excellent transport links. Snow Hill, New Street, and Moor Street stations are all easily accessible by foot.

Galbraith House offers a unique opportunity to experience luxury city living in the heart of Birmingham, with its features, prime location, and excellent transport links.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or looking for an investment property, this apartment is a must-view:

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