Mezzanine Apartment For Sale In Stourbridge

Posted 23 November 2020 by Keith Osborne

A unique apartment in a police station conversion development is still for sale and can be purchased through Help to Buy...

Lovell Homes is encouraging property seekers in the West Midlands to consider the final, unique mezzanine apartment available at its popular Station House development in Stourbridge.

The former police station has been renovated and converted into 31 one- and two-bedroom apartments, including mezzanine and penthouse apartments, with no two plots being the same. Only two mezzanine apartments are featured at Station House, both bespoke in design, with only one still remaining for sale.

Situated in Constable House, this one-of-a-kind two-bedroom mezzanine apartment forms part of the former courthouse and at 1,288 sq ft is the largest available apartment at the development, benefitting from the high ceiling and large windows that were features of the original courtroom.

Available to purchase at £275,000, the first-floor apartment is striking in appearance and features a private entrance hallway with a large staircase leading up to the apartment itself, which again was another original feature of the courtroom.

The home features a spacious open-plan kitchen/living/dining room, complete with integrated appliances, including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, five-burner hob and washer/dryer, creating the perfect space to unwind after a long day.

Two double bedrooms, fitted with carpets, a family bathroom and storage cupboard complete the first floor, with bedroom one benefitting from an en suite for an added luxurious appeal.

Upstairs is the mezzanine, directly above the kitchen area and overlooking the generous living/dining room. This additional space could be used as a further bedroom or study. Full of flair and character, this unique apartment is perfect for first-time buyers looking to take their first step onto the property ladder with a place they can be proud to call their own. It also includes secure courtyard parking, unlike many apartments this close to the town centre.

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Station House’s homes have been built with many of the original police station features from the 1900s remaining, including the striking external blue doors. Former police cells have even been converted into apartments, creating one-of-a-kind properties that offer the very best in modern and flexible living.

Situated in the heart of Stourbridge, the development is surrounded by amenities including supermarkets and Merry Hill shopping centre, home to major high street shops, restaurants and more. The town is in good proximity to Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton, with excellent transport links and a nearby train station making Station House ideal for commuters.

Homes at Station House are available to purchase using the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. The development is open by appointment only, Thursday to Monday from 10.00am to 5.00pm.

Find out more about Station House from Lovell Homes.

 

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