Main Street, West Midlands

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  • 2Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Ben thinks:
A contemporary pad in a great location.

Accessed through a leafy courtyard, this bright and airy two bedroom apartment occupies a rare ground floor position and is perfectly located in the bustling area of Dickens Heath.

Ben loves:
The Juliet doors in the master bedroom are lovely feature.

The long, sunny hallway opens up into a spacious kitchen/dining/living room with a large window filling the space with natural light. The integral kitchen is fitted with a four ring gas hob, extractor, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer. Double glazing helps to keep the apartment quiet and peaceful, with all the action of Dickens Heath just a stone's throw away. Off the hallway is a large bathroom which comprises of a panel bath with mains fed shower, pedestal sink and a heated towel rail that's perfect for chilly days. Just opposite is the large master bedroom which boasts large double glazed double doors fitted with bespoke blinds with access onto the balcony. This space also features built in wardrobes with sliding doors and access to a well appointed en-suite comprised of a shower cubicle, WC and heated towel rail.

Further up the hallway, you'll find a large storage cupboard, perfect for all those unsightly bits and bobs and household items. The bright second bedroom also benefits from fitted wardrobes and can comfortably fit a double bed.

The apartment features a combination of carpet to the second bedroom and living area, wood effect laminate flooring through the hallway and main bedroom and a tiled finish in the kitchen, which adds both practicality and style to the space. Outside, there are two allocated underground parking spaces located by the communal stairwell and the car park is accessed via fob entry to Gorcott Lane. The pretty communal courtyard and garden sits in the centre of the surrounding apartment blocks, with plenty of green space and seating perfect for enjoying a sunny afternoon.Perfect for a down-sizer, a first-time buyer or someone in need of a Midlands bolthole to lock up and leave - Birmingham International Station and Birmingham Airport are only ten miles away. This home provides security, easy access to a thriving social community and also makes a wonderful investment opportunity, with a rent of around £900 per month expected to be achievable, generating a gross yield of 5.8%. It also benefits from being sold with no onward chain.

  • Three words :  Location. Charm. Space.
Main Street, West Midlands. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Main Street, West Midlands. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Main Street, West Midlands. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
Light flooded rooms throughout.


Solihull is officially the best place to live in the UK.


Is there anything more lovely than strolling through Tudor Grange Park or playing with the dog in Brueton Park, safe in the knowledge that in five minutes you’ll be having a hot chocolate and cakes in one of the country’s leading branches of John Lewis followed by – who knows? – a movie or a wander around the high end boutiques of Mell Square? Of course there isn’t. That’s why Solihull has been declared the best place to live in the UK.
Solihull’s motto is urbs in rure (town in the country). It thus marries verdancy and shopping, which is just what we all really want – Isn’t it?

The state and independent schools are great. Ruckleigh School was voted Best Independent Prep School in 2014.
Transport links are superb with the M42 connecting you to London by road, the train zipping you into Birmingham and even an airport.
There are sports clubs, green spaces, countryside day trips and lots more on your doorstep.

If you want to enjoy higher incomes, better employment rates and longer life expectancies, then you better move to Solihull!

  • Closest village/town: So many villages, towns and cities within reach.
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: Oh we love a bit of John Lewis.
  • Supermarket: Take your pick.
  • Pubs: Our favourite local is The Farm.
  • Walks: Brueton Park is lovely.