The grand heritage building of The Silversmiths dates back to 1865, during the reign of Queen Victoria. Today, developer NVSM, who specialise in bringing new life to buildings with a great story, are delicately restoring it to its former glory in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter.
The iconic industrial framework coupled with open-plan interiors creates the epitome of stylish urban living. Choose from 26 luxury one- and two-bedroom apartments set over 3 floors overlooking the courtyard below.
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Due to the acute housing shortage and an economy doubling in size Birmingham's house prices have increased 42% in the past 10 years.
House prices today, however, are still 34% below the national average with half the affordability ratio of London.
With no end in sight for the housing shortage and a booming economy, the city is anticipated to see an exceptional 19.5% house price growth to 2025.
1,225,450 forecast by 2035
+24% from 2000
undersupply of at least 29,365 units expected by 2031
over GBP32.5 billion (GDP)
+90% since 2000
+81% forecast by 2035
*Prices and details are correct at the time of going to press. Readers are advised to make their own enquiries to verify such information.
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