A canalside showhome is set to be opened at a development being built on the former Cincinnati factory site in Birmingham.
The site – located on land north of the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, off Edgemond Avenue – was left derelict after the factory’s closure in 2008, following 73 years of production.
Linden Homes – the developer regenerating the site – will open a four-bedroom showhome at its development, named Cincinnati, ready for visitors to take a look around over the Easter weekend.
The showhome – a three-storey Kingsbury II townhouse, features two reception rooms, both with canal views.
Linda Huntington, Head of Sales at Linden Homes West Midlands, said: “The Cincinnati site is well known locally, and we are pleased to be bringing a new lease of life to this piece of land with our development.
“Interest in the homes at Cincinnati has been high, and all of the properties sold to date have been bought off-plan, before being fully built.
“Our remaining homes for sale all occupy a prime waterfront location, and our three-storey four-bedroom showhome will show off the very best of what these properties have to offer – so we look forward to welcoming visitors to Cincinnati over the Easter weekend.”
The remaining new homes for sale at Cincinnati are four-bedroom canalside homes.
For more information, call 0121 514 5116
A computer-generated image of the Kingsbury II house
For further information contact Bernie Goodjohn, Senior PR Account Manager at Aylesworth Fleming, on 0116 303 3300 ex 309 or 07891 627406 or email bernie@AFagency.co.uk
04 April 2017