Located to the south west of the city centre of Birmingham, Edgbaston boasts a range of local amenities and easy access to one of the UK's busiest cities.
McCarthy & Stone Assisted Living apartments are designed for comfortable and accessible living for anyone over the age 60. With thoughtful detailing throughout, every aspect of the one and two bedroom apartments is carefully created to make day-to-day living as easy as possible. Apartments feature raised height electrical sockets, camera entry system and lifts to all floors.
Every unit in the proposed Edgbaston development will come complete with a fully fitted kitchen, including an oven, hob and hood and integrated fridge freezer. Sky/Sky+ connection points will ensure fast access to a range of entertainment channels. Double glazing, heated towel rails and underfloor heating are standard across all apartments whilst selected units will feature walk in wardrobes and ensuite bathrooms.
Edgbaston is conveniently located for access to a range of nearby towns and cities including Birmingham, Warwickshire, Moseley, Small Heath, Jewellery Quarter, Kings Heath, Sparkhill, Hall Green, Selly Oak, Shirley, Stirchley, Bourneville, Cotteridge, Harbourne and Halesowen.
Key dates for your diary
Construction start date, sales release and first occupation are still to be confirmed and are subject to planning permission.
Edgbaston is a convenient suburb of the Birmingham city area situated between Harbourne, Moseley and Birmingham. With a rapidly developing town centre and a busy shopping centre at Five Ways, Edgbaston offers a great selection of shopping facilities and amenities and also benefits from all of the conveniences of having one of UK's largest cities right on its doorstep.
Just half a mile from the new development there's a small Tesco Express offering a good selection of daily essentials. For larger shops a Morrison's supermarket is one mile away and easily accessible by bus. In the neighbouring area of Harbourne there is a GP surgery, dentist and an M&S Simply Food. The local area is served by two main train stations offering regular services across the local area and beyond. Trains from Birmingham New Street run regular services to central London, putting the wealth of the capital's cultural offerings within easy reach.
The city of Birmingham is home to a wide variety of attractions including the McWane Science Centre, Birmingham Zoo and the Birmingham Museum of Art. There are also a number of theatres and cinemas. A growing number of creative and artistic industries are also flourishing in the area, leading to an expansion of independent coffee shops and restaurants, alongside more familiar high street names.
Nature lovers will enjoy the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses, located just a short distance from the new development and including stunning Japanese and wildflower gardens.
See for yourself
If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Kilhendre Court, Walsall.