A beautiful refurbished three storey grand and spacious Georgian town house in an affluent area. The property comprises two reception rooms, a fully-fitted kitchen, family bathroom, master bedroom with en-suite, a dry cellar, private garden to the rear, secure parking and many original Georgian features.
Edgbaston is renowned for its elegant homes, internationally recognised sports venues such as Edgbaston Cricket Stadium and Priory Club, and outstanding private and state educational establishments. Also home to two of the largest universities in the West Midlands region the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University. Edgbaston boasts historical and architectural interest including the Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston Hall, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts and Midlands Arts Centre. Regular bus services run along Harborne Road and Hagley Road, providing convenient access throughout Birmingham and the surrounding suburbs. Five Ways train station is within ten minutes walk and provides direct links to University station; the stop for the University of Birmingham and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and New Street station, with frequent services to London and other major cities.
Frederick Road is within Edgbaston Village where there is a tempting array of places to eat, drink and stay from Michelin-starred Simpsons restaurant, through to award-winning The High Field gastro pub and The High Field Town House, The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel & Cocktail Lounge, The Blue Piano South-East Asian restaurant and rooms, along with The Physician pub restaurant, Boston Tea Party café, Laghis Deli Italian restaurant and bar, which have just been joined by Loki wine merchants and deli and Village Kitchen on Greenfield Crescent.