Longmore House, Birmingham
Key Investment Features:
Prices from £160,000
1, & 2 x beds available
20 High Quality Apartments
Private off-road parking
8 minutes in to City Centre
Developer Payment Plan
Completion November 2020
Mortgages Available (subject to status)
10 Year CML Compliant Warranty
About Longmore House, Birmingham:
Longmore House is a high quality investment opportunity to acquire apartments within a block of only 20 apartments bordering Birmingham’s busy city centre. The building and it’ s apartments will be finished to a high standard, with quality and style in mind. All appliances and materials have been carefully selected to appeal to today’s discerning buyers and tenants that are actively in the mark et for a quality home with longevity in mind.
Rare for this location, there are 20 parking spaces available for buyers and tenants alike that will be owned within the lease and mortgageable with the purchase of the apartment.
Birmingham’s famous Moseley village has been crowned the best place in the UK for city living.
This trendy district, famous for its pubs, independent shops and cultural scene, came out tops above London suburbs such as Muswell Hill, Mayfair and Blackheath in a list compiled by The Sunday Times. The 600-year-old suburb topped the list of Britain’s top 50 urban districts and comes just days after a report ranked Birmingham alongside Rome in a global index rating the quality of life for city dwellers.
Moseley is praised for its village community and huge array of amenities whilst having quick and easy access to the City Centre, Edgbaston, Solihull and The University of Birmingham.
The area’s biggest asset is the 215-acre Cannon Hill Park with its lakes and formal gardens designed in the Victorian era.
The area is a popular cosmopolitan residential location and leisure destination, with many independent bars and restaurants. Moseley also has a number of boutiques and specialist retailers.
High Speed Railway
High Speed 2 (HS2) is a high-speed railway under construction in the United Kingdom which, when completed, will directly connect Birmingham to London
with a travel time of just 49 minutes.
Scheduled to open in phases between 2026 and 2033, high-speed trains
will travel up to 400 km/h on 530 km of track. The project is estimated to
cost £56 Billion and will provide fast access to major cities across the country
generating 22,000 construction jobs in the next five years and an expected 100,000
jobs once the line is up and running.
The KPMG report estimates that within five years of the line opening,
UK productivity will rise by £15bn a year – an increase of 0.8% GDP. Better transport
connections mean reduced production and transport costs, higher productivity and
greater competition between UK regions.
Birmingham is strategically positioned in the centre of the UK, just 112 miles from London.
As the No.1 destination to live for people leaving the capital, Birmingham is the UK’s most
vibrant and dynamic second city