The company behind the transformation of the former Jessica’s Restaurant into chic new apartments, is set to work its makeover magic on another period building in Birmingham.

No 10 Clement Street, a former Victorian workshop dating back to 1851, is the new project for Asquith Homes.

The red brick building is to be turned into six stylish modern flats.

The open plan apartments will be a combination of character features, a high quality finish and the discrete application of technology.

Exposed brick, high ceilings and stripped floors will give it an industrial edge in keeping with its original use.

No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.
No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.

Each of the apartments will have two bedrooms and two bathrooms (one an en suite to the master), and two will be set over two levels with a mezzanine area containing extra living/study space.

The kitchens will have glossy white units by the German company Rotpunkt , topped by Compac stone worktops in Gray Zement, and complemented by Grestec wall tiles.

Appliances will include a Siemens cooker and hob and Hotpoint fridge/freezer; dishwasher and washer/dryer.

The bathrooms will be designed to reflect the building’s heritage. The en suites will have traditional washstands and exposed shower valves, while the bathrooms will include a bath and vanity unit. Both rooms will have white metro tiles on the walls.

At the entrance to the flats, there will be a secure door-entry system with fob entry.

No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.
No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.

Inside the homes, a thermostatic heating system can be controlled via a smart phone.

A heat recovery system will provide fresh air and improved climate control.

The apartments will be decorated in neutral tones and shades of grey .

There will be one allocated parking space per flat and also secure, covered bike storage.

Clement Street is just on the edge of the Jewellery Quarter and close to the Brindleyplace entertainment/restaurant hub.

Prices at No 10 Clement Street will start from £315,000 (leasehold). There will also be an annual service charge from £1,895 and ground rent of £260.

No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.
No 10 Clement Street Victorian workshop to be converted into flats by the team behind Jessica's restaurant conversion.

VIEWING INFORMATION

AGENT: Wolf’s

TEL: 0121 633 4455

WEB: www.wolfs.co.uk

GUIDE PRICE: £315,000