A stunning, private development of just six, 5 bedroom luxury homes situated in the idyllic, semi-rural setting of Barnt Green.
The village of Barnt Green nestles in the lower slopes of the Lickey Hills country park. It’s origins can be traced to the coming of the railway in 1840, when it’s convenient and idlyic setting attracted Birminghams’ elite industrialists. Striking examples of late Victorian and Edwardian architecture can still be found throughout the village.
Today, Barnt Green continues to be regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in the Midlands, and the luxury and richness of the surrounding areas is reflected throughout each property.
Traditional forms of construction have been used extensively throughout the development, inner walls are solid masonry on the whole to provide sound and heat insulation, and solid floors on the ground and first floor levels also provide a robust quality to the houses not found in modern homes of rival developments.
The houses have been designed with a traditional facade using local bricks, plain tiles, and the windows having stone heads and cills copied from original examples to fit in with the local vernacular. Internally however the style is more contemporary with all the advantages that can be gained by using modern materials and techniques employed to give a truly 21st century finish. The designs are open plan, but with an inbuilt flexibility that means that other more traditional layouts can be achieved should that be required. Light is always an important consideration and as such, all of the properties are south facing to the rear meaning day long sunshine to the larger rear facing windows and doors.
Barnt Green provides a verdant and sylvan environment for families to escape the chaos of the city. It’s position, close to all many local motorway and rail networks offers a unique setting, with the convenience of instant access to the West Midlands, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the Cotswolds.
Current commute times to the capital are extremely convenient, and with the imminent arrival of HS2, travel times between the London and Birmingham will be slashed to just 49 minutes.