Historic building x Modern vibes
Sitting proudly in Birmingham's iconic Jewellery Quarter, 28 Mary Street is a unique house that combines historic tradition and modern features. This extraordinary building, arranged over four floors, was built in 1818 and has been identified as the earliest house and "shopping" development in the area. Over the last 200 years the building has been home to prominent Brummies, craftsmen and artisans alike. It has been carefully restored and modernised into a stunning home.
A short distance from St Paul's Square, Colmore Row and New Street, the house is perfectly positioned to enjoy Birmingham as well as access transport links to whizz you throughout the country. Replete with wonderful bespoke details this home displays the architect's style of juxtaposing industrial and listed features to create a home full of light and space.
The building itself was constructed as a house and workshops by James Kimberley, a well-known speculative builder and property owner in Birmingham during the nineteenth century. The exposed brickwork, stripped back interior and wooden beams are a gentle nod to an industrious past.
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