The Gothic, Great Hampton Row, Birmingham

For Sale  | 2 Bed - Apartment

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Property Features
  • 2 Bedroom Apartment
  • 773 Sqft
  • Grade II Listed Building
  • Leasehold 999 yrs
  • £0 Ground Rent
  • Stunning Period Featues
  • Asking Price £295,995,000
Property Description

Spanning 773 sq ft, this two-bedroom apartment is ideally situated in Building One of The Gothic on 199 Great Hampton Row. This bespoke home has been carefully crafted to meet the demands of the modern resident, whilst also providing a glimpse into The Gothic’s colourful history.

With like-for-like original windows and original Victorian features, this apartment has been restored to the highest standard, whilst also providing the benefits of contemporary living. From a shaker-style kitchen to the latest Samsung appliances, this apartment seamlessly blends modern and heritage styling.

In this unique apartment, you can not only expect open-plan living, but also two spacious bedrooms, including an en-suite master bedroom and a generous second, as well as a living area perfect for home working, reading or just relaxing.


The Gothic, Cordia Blackswan’s latest development, is the newest addition to the Jewellery Quarter. The Gothic is conveniently situated on 1-4 Great Hampton Street and occupies three heritage buildings: The Quality Works, The Gothic Inn and Goode’s House, all of which can be traced back to the early 19th century.

Set within Goode’s House, this apartment – and The Gothic as a whole – retains its authentic Victorian features and heritage styling, seamlessly combining heritage with the latest fixtures and fittings.

As the first addition of the wider Great Hampton Street regeneration project, The Gothic offers a glimpse of what is yet to come to the Jewellery Quarter. Surrounded by commercial units for independent eateries and retail hubs, residents at The Gothic will be at the heart of the street’s rejuvenation.


The Jewellery Quarter is renowned for being one of the largest jeweller hubs in the UK, and it continues to be a vibrant hub of creativity. Located on the outskirts of the city centre, the Jewellery Quarter is an oasis of tranquillity, but remains a short commute from central Birmingham.

While the neighbourhood is renowned for its collection of independent businesses, it is quickly becoming a destination for thriving creatives. With more employment opportunities and inward investment than ever before, residents can have the best of both worlds – easy access to the city centre and a quaint community feel.

Despite being a 15-minute walk from the heart of Birmingham, the Jewellery Quarter has a strong network of transport links. As well as being a short walk from the St. Paul’s tram station, The Gothic is a stone’s throw from Snow Hill Train Station, connecting residents to the wider West Midlands and the remainder of the UK. Along with New Street Station and the imminent arrival of HS2, The Gothic is conveniently connected for all residents.


The Gothic is just a glimpse into what is yet to come to Great Hampton Street. Cordia Blackswan prides itself on transforming unutilised areas of Birmingham and the wider West Midlands, and the Great Hampton Street Masterplan is a testament to this.

Over time, this area of the Jewellery Quarter has become unutilised, but in the coming years, it will evolve into a thriving mixed-use hub. With nine up-coming projects located just on Great Hampton Street, the area will be filled with independent favourites, idyllic residential spots and your favourite eateries.

From Birmingham’s first shared-living scheme to private residential developments, there will be something for everyone on Great Hampton Street. Increased inward investment and Birmingham’s booming property market, makes this area one to watch – for both residents and investors alike.

Service Charges – 2024 TBC
Ground Rent – £0
EPC Rating – D
Council Tax – D

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