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St Stephen’s House is located right in the heart of Redditch Town Centre. The four-storey building formerly housed the local jobcentre and is well respected and recognised within the community.
The scheme is on track to welcome 84 modern one-bedroom and 14 two-bedroom flats to this central location.
Exciting features include 40 bicycle storage spaces and private parking for approximately 25 vehicles at the back of the building.
Boasting good transport links across the area, St Stephen’s House is an ideal property to be repurposed. Upon completion, the property will meet the demand for affordable, luxurious living spaces ideal for professionals and first-time buyers.
The development is just a short walk away from the popular Kingfisher shopping centre, which houses popular High Street brands such as Boots, Debenhams, H&M, Nando’s, Waterstone’s and more.
Restaurants, coffee shops and other amenities are also plentiful – residents will be spoilt for choice.
Redditch railway station, which lies just over half a mile away makes for easy travel. From here, passengers can travel to regional towns and major cities; plus London’s Euston station in around 2 hours.
Residents can also make the most of easy access to the West Midlands conurbation as well as to culturally and naturally rich areas such as Stratford upon Avon and the Cotswolds.
Guaranteed to hold all the highest standards for safety, accessibility and energy efficiency, these residential units are truly hard to beat.
Bathrooms are finished to our usual high standards with chrome heated towel rails, stylish hand basins with tiled surrounds and fully enclosed showers with glass doors.
Regeneration projects active in the area have seen an economic resurgence and positive rise in employment and business, driving more residential interest to the area.
The property lies within close proximity to many of Redditch biggest employees, such as Halfords and engineering giant GKN. Redditch also functions as a dormitory town for nearby Birmingham, where impressive business headquarters are plentiful.
Residents can make the most of beautiful open spaces nearby such as the Arrow Valley Country Park, which incorporates a local nature reserve, Proctor’s Barn Meadow. The Countryside centre offers fun activities watersports, walking and cycling.
Other places of interest include the remains of the Cistercian Bordesly Abbey, which was latterly used as a Royal Swannery, along with the Forge Hill Needle Museum, Morton Stanley Park.
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