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Two-Bedroom Apartment, Equipoint, 1506 Coventry Road, Birmingham
From £168,000 to £205,000
x 2 x 1 x 1 Gas

Key Information

House Type Two-bedroom Apartment
Style Apartment
Status For sale
Price £168,000 to £205,000
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Gas

Additional Information

Luxury development of 247 one and two bedroom apartments, centrally located between Birmingham city centre & Solihull. Apartments can attract an average annual rental yield of 6%. 


Apartment Features;

  • Designer kitchen with integral appliances
  • Brushed and polished chrome outlets
  • Secure entrance system
  • Parking options available
  • Furniture pack options
  • £2000 reservation fee to secure


Equipoint is perfectly situated with local shops and amenities within the immediate area. In addition to its direct transport Links to Birmingham town centre & Solihull, future plans include Sprint network routes to HS2, making journey’s to London in Just 49 minutes.


As the UK’s second city, Birmingham is undergoing mass regeneration, has global popularity and huge inward investment. Birmingham was also ranked one of the best cities in Europe for investment prospects in the PwC and Urban Land Institute.


Emerging Trends in Real Estate report. Here’s why you might want to invest in this amazing city. Global businesses such as HSBC, Deutsche Bank and PwC are choosing to relocate their headquarter offices in Birmingham and the city has demonstrated its global appeal by winning the bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.


Using a strategy of targeting key areas for investment, Birmingham has developed the largest professional services hub outside of London, demanding the attention of both domestic and foreign investors that are looking to expand and take advantage of a much wider client base. As such, demand for city-centre living is high and house prices in Birmingham are increasing faster than any other English city.