On Saturday 29th January, a fantastic new development on Legge Lane is opening its doors to the public.
A brand-new collection of nine thoughtfully designed townhouses in a private gated courtyard with exceptional views from the upper floors, inspired by the rich history of the Jewellery Quarter by RIBA award winning architects Sjolander da Cruz.
The development is now ready for immediate occupation.
The design is inspired by the rich history and architecture of the Jewellery Quarter. It is modern in its look but draws on the industrial legacy and architectural language of the area.
Each house has its own front door within the new courtyard, a reinterpretation of the Georgian and Victorian terraces which filled the Quarter before its industrialisation. The living spaces have been put upstairs to take advantage of better views and light whilst still ensuring that you can see the sky from the back of the ground floor.
The houses have open plan double height living spaces, with big triple glazed windows, eliminating dark corridors. The emphasis is on simple principles of sustainability and energy efficiency to create a better living experience: increased insulation, triple glazing, energy saving lighting and natural ventilation.
Textures and colours are expressed as natural finishes, white walls, concrete, raw metals and oak flooring – it’s a simple pallet. Kitchens and bathrooms use high quality, clean and well-designed fittings, with an emphasis on finish and function. Electrical fittings are partially exposed in metal conduit and have metal faceplates.
The house has its own car parking space in the courtyard. There is a duct provision for an individually metered EV charging point to be installed adjacent to each space.
Prices start from £550,000. Call Clare on 07753817208 to book your appointment to view.