One of only two fine Georgian residences left in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is ready to create a new slice of history after undergoing a meticulous restoration. Old Heaton House has been rescued from more than 100 years of neglect and has now been transformed into a beautiful five-bedroom home.
Originally built in 1823 for William Cotterill, a wealthy Birmingham merchant of high status. Over the years the house has been left in ruins and engulfed by old and rundown industrial buildings. Old Heaton House is now the centrepiece of Elevate Property Group’s regeneration of the site on Camden Street and is now on the market with a guide price of £2million.
A painstaking and sympathetic restoration has taken place to create an opulent residence with many period features harking back to the elegance of the Georgian era.
Old Heaton House was originally set in its own landscaped park, with a century of industrial activity around the side had left the house in poor condition. Now with Elevate developing the area and restoring the house, it reflects the local history and architecture whilst bringing 21st-century standards of quality and luxury.
The site is just a short walk from the popular bars and restaurants in the heart of the sought-after Jewellery Quarter, which was named one of the best places to live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times.
Old Heaton House is for sale through Maguire Jackson. For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact 0121 634 1520. https://elevatepropertygroup.co.uk/residential/old-heaton-house
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