Rural feel to stylish new home; Hot Property.
AFEW steps from the bustle of Moseley's Alcester Road, the pace of life slows down.
Park Road, Moseley, is also where the surroundings begin greeningup.
This is where, a couple of miles from the city centre, the urban buzz starts turning to a suburban whisper of leaves.
Florence House, in Park Road, two blocks away from Moseley
Park and Pool and a half mile or so from Cannon Hill park, offers city sophisticates' flats at out-of-town prices. It is in a "bolthole" area, as popular with Birmingham University academics and Queen Elizabeth Hospital medics as it is with city centre professionals, making it highly rentable.
Newly built one-bedroom firsttime buyer units on the second floor of Florence House are selling at between pounds 139,950 and pounds 145,950.
Both have similar layouts but with larger room sizes in the upper price bracket.
Each has its own entrance hallway, with colour video entry intercom, fire and security alarm and built-in storage space.
Lounge and kitchen areas are open-plan, with sash-style windows.
The kitchen is fashionably fitted with high-gloss units, mahogany-style roll-top worktops, undercupboard and halogen lights. It is also equipped with electric oven, gas hob with chrome splashback, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washerdryer and extractor fan.
The bathroom has a mixer shower over its panel bath, a chrome heated towel rail, shaver point, extractor fan and halogen downlighters..
First-time buyer units at Florence House, in Park Road, Moseley.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Apr 8, 2009|
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