This loft apartment in Henrietta Street is on the market for £500,000
Home to over 700 jewellers and independent retailers, a thriving food and drink scene and an area steeped in history, the Jewellery Quarter is one of the UK’s most unique destinations.
The creative hub is Europe’s largest concentration of businesses involved in the jewellery trade, which produces 40% of all the jewellery made in the UK.
The central location is also home a growing arts scene and has a range of great bars and restaurants.
According to Rightmove, properties in Jewellery Quarter had an overall average price of £243,530 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Jewellery Quarter during the last year were flats, selling for an average price of £231,451. Terraced properties sold for an average of £470,000.
Overall, sold prices in Jewellery Quarter over the last year were 7% up on the previous year and 9% up on the 2017 peak of £224,366.
With that in mind, we’ve selected five properties currently for sale in the the area if you’re looking to make the move or buy property in this urban hub sometime soon.
We’ve picked out the most expensive and cheapest options available on Rightmove.
Brindley House, two-bedroom flat
According to Rightmove, this two-bedroom house, on the market for £120,000, is currently the cheapest property for sale in the area.
The two double bedroom apartment is located in the Brindley House development on Newhall Street; just a short walk away from St. Paul’s Square.
The flat has a spacious lounge, modern fitted family bathroom and kitchen with built in appliances, as well as amazing views over the city - and it’s in the perfect location to enjoy everything that the city centre has to offer.
You can see the property in full here.
One-bedroom flat, Camden Street
This one bedroom apartment is currently for sale in Camden Street for £165,000.
The buy-to-let residential property is part of a modern development, and is ideally located to attract the rapidly rising number of professionals, young couples and students who are choosing the area to live and work.
See the property in full here
Two-bedroom apartment, Pope Street
A two bedroom apartment, located within an exclusive boutique development in the Jewellery Quarter in Pope Street, is currently on the market for £295,000.
The apartment has been decorated to an extremely high standard and is fitted with high-quality flooring throughout.
The flat has two spacious bedrooms and a modern bathroom. There is also a communal garden for you to enjoy.
See more here.
Two bedroom loft apartment, Henrietta Street
One of the more expensive properties for sale in the Jewellery Quarter is this incredible bespoke loft apartment for £500,000.
The loft offers a stylish and characterful living space spread over 1,440 sqft.
The property boasts an integrated kitchen with large island perfect for hosting, in addition to a comfortable seating area in the lounge.
The main features in the living area are the exposed brickwork walls and arches, in addition to feature lighting and exposed beams giving the space plenty of character. The loft also has two en-suites to the bedrooms as well as a separate guest toilet and large hallway which can be used as a study.
Penthouse, Caroline Street
At a whopping £1,300,000, this luxury penthouse in Caroline Street is the most expensive property on the market in the Jewellery Quarter, according to Rightmove.
Offering over 3,200 sq. ft. of luxury living space across two floors, this awe-inspiring property really is a dream home.
On the ground floor there is an impressive kitchen and living room which has access to the South-East facing terrace.
The main bedroom suite offers plenty of space and also has its own terrace in addition to a dressing area and ensuite bathroom.
There are two further double bedrooms, each with their own ensuite, a utility room and guest cloakroom.
You can see the property in full here.
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