Property Details

Cliveland House is located in the historic Gun Quarter, on a quiet stretch of the canal, a short walk from Birmingham’s Snow Hill station and nearby the vibrant Jewellery Quarter. The district played an important role during the 200 years of the city’s industrial development, housing various factories and workshops. Today, it is better known for a plethora of restaurants and bars and new residential developments emerging along the picturesque canal.

The six-storey brick-clad building is set back from the canal by a terraced garden and public space. It comprises 52 one and two-bedroom waterside apartments, which were completed in the summer of 2020.

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Key Details

Starting From:

£209,000

Rental Yield:

5.59%

Growing buy-to-let hotspot

Historic Birmingham area

Leasehold of 150 years

Deposit of just £2,000 required

The Apartments

1 Bed Apartments

From £209,000
Up to 627 sq.ft

Quality is inherent in all aspects of the residential experience at Cliveland House. All apartments come move-in ready. Every detail is carefully crafted: the residences are built to last, and also to create a lasting impression.

2 Bed Apartments

From £275,400
Up to 764 sq.ft

Quality is inherent in all aspects of the residential experience at Cliveland House. All apartments come move-in ready. Every detail is carefully crafted: the residences are built to last, and also to create a lasting impression.

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

Set to become the new British property hotspot, Birmingham is a beguiling mix of history infused with future-forward infrastructure development. Cliveland House is a development in an exceptional location in the heart of Birmingham.

  • Jewellery Quarter - 4 mins walk
  • Birmingham City University - 7 mins walk
  • Birmingham New Street Station - 10 mins via car
  • Bullring Shopping Centre - 10 mins via car
  • Birmingham Airport - 10 mins via train
  • London - 80 mins via train
  • Manchester - 90 mins via train
employment and education

Employment & Education

With a growing population of over and an estimated undersupply of 26,000 new homes, the rental market is expanding, opening the door to investors and the buy-to-let market. Home to five Universities and over 73,000 students, The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and International Convention Centre (ICC) host over 850 events per year and are big employers. Cadbury’s Bourneville, National Express Head Quarters, Rolls Royce and Jaguar are also based here, in addition to the huge retail industry.

  • HSBC £200m Head Quarters employing over 4,000 staff relocated & opened in early 2019
  • Plans to move the Bank of England from London to Birmingham are underway
  • Cadbury’s Bourneville, National Express, Rolls Royce and Jaguar are also based here, in addition to the huge retail industry.
  • 73,000 students supply post-graduation talent to the City from 5 Universities
  • 8% property price growth in the last five years
  • Land Registry reports property prices rising at three times the National Average Rate
amenities

Amenities

  • Quality apartments ready to move in
  • Open-plan living
  • Attractive courtyard garden
  • Waterside views
  • Bicycle storage area
Completed Apartment at Cliveland House

Investing in Completed vs. Off-Plan Property

We're delighted to offer our partners a range of flexible property investment opportunities, including off-plan property and fully completed apartments, ensuring there is something to fit every requirement. Cliveland House is a fully completed development in Birmingham that opened in the summer of 2020. Before committing to an investment, it's wise to consider the differences between off-plan and built property and which makes sense for your goals.

An off-plan development is a property that is underway but not yet complete. Off-plan property usually means you will benefit from a below-market-value discount, the potential to customise your unit before it is ready, the opportunity for excellent resale value when it's complete, and access to more units. However, the disadvantages of an off-plan property include a fluctuating market, delays to the scheduled completion date, and no immediate ROI. On the other hand, an established development like Cliveland House is fully complete and ready to move in once the terms are agreed upon. With completed developments, you can let your apartment out to a tenant as soon as possible for immediate income. You can also visit the property before investing instead of relying on digital assets like CGIs and brochures.

With Cliveland House now fully complete and ready to move in, this is an ideal opportunity for investors seeking immediate income in one of the UK's most desirable locations.

 

Property Location

Cliveland St
Birmingham, B19

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Why Buy to Let Property in Birmingham?

Birmingham is the most populous city in the UK after London and its continuing development is nothing short of predominant when considering the progressive impact it has on the economy. Highly regarded as state education pioneers in the late 19th century, the city has focused on making a positive contribution to society through its people. Now, in the 21st century with a growing population of over 1,000,000, Birmingham has rapidly become a central hub of industry, education and economic prosperity.

Birmingham is a well-known city around the globe for a multitude of reasons; including being the home to Cadburys since the early 19th century and boasting Europe’s largest motorway junction. Firsts for the city include introducing the world’s first exhibition hall in 1850 and Europe’s largest public library, alongside housing the production of the world’s first Mini Cooper and the invention of cotton wool, pneumatic tyres and the inaugural Spinning Jenney.

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job-creation

1.5% | Job Creation

Growth expected to expand by 1.5% a year between 2020 and 2023

growing-tourism

£7.1bn | Growing Tourism

The tourism economy is worth £7.1billion and growing

construction

4,057 | Construction

4,057 additional dwellings are required every year until 2026

population-growth

1.1 million | Population Growth

The population of Birmingham currently stands at 1.1 million people

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