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Sterling House

Jewellery Quarter

One of the finest examples of loft living in Birmingham, situated off the last remaining Georgian Square in the city. Chord, the local company developing the site, saw a truly unique opportunity to use the building, a former Retail Store, to create a remarkable and prestigious residential address.

The area itself - St Paul’s Square and the wider Jewellery Quarter - is the perfect location for this exceptional development. The Square, with the eighteenth century church at its heart, is a beautiful location and an oasis within our vibrant city. St Paul’s Church provides the focal point but the whole area is rich in heritage and diversity. High quality bars, restaurants and music venues sit comfortably alongside historical jewellers and modern creative industries.

The Jewellery Quarter feels far removed from the concrete jungle. Indeed, it’s hard to believe that the city centre is just five minutes’ walk away – and a new pedestrian boulevard being planned will make this short stroll even more enjoyable.

This is very much a community that enjoys and protects its unique identity and diversity. It manages to combine energy with tranquillity, industry with leisure. It is whatever you want it to be.


We have two lofts remaining available in the new build part of the development at present each loft is in excess of 1,100 sq ft. The properties are being sold as shells ready for occupation in November 2014.

Tel: 0121 634 1523


Philip Jackson

I recently took a short holiday to California, to stay with American friends. Whilst there I was able to discuss with one of their immediate neighbours, who I knew was a successful local Real Estate broker, how she secured her fees .I wanted to know why both seller & buyer seemed content to pay the markedly higher commission rates than we see here.