A fully decorated and furnished showhome is one of two final homes for sale at a development being built on the former Cincinnati factory site in Birmingham.
Linden Homes is selling the four-bedroom showhome at its Cincinnati development, off Edgemond Avenue, which has been named after the former factory which once occupied the site.
The showhome, a detached townhouse, includes a living room with a balcony which overlooks the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.
The showhome is being sold fully furnished and decorated by professional interior designers, and its new owner will be able to move in by August.
Linda Huntington, Head of Sales for Linden Homes West Midlands, said: “Cincinnati has totally rejuvenated what was once a derelict brownfield site, and we’re very proud of the work we have done there.
“The development has provided a good range of high-quality homes which have proven popular with a range of home-hunters.
“We’ve also seen lots of professionals move to the development to take advantage of its proximity to Birmingham city centre.
“With just two homes remaining for sale, I would encourage anyone interested making the move to this superb development to contact us right away to avoid disappointment.”
At its peak, the Cincinnati plant employed around 2,000 people, but after it closed in 2008, the buildings became derelict and fell into disrepair.
Planning permission to regenerate the 2.54-hectare site was granted by Birmingham City Council in December 2015, and Linden Homes began construction work shortly afterwards.
The Kingsbury II showhome, one of the final homes for
For more information on the Kingsbury II showhome at Cincinnati, call 0121 5145 297.
19 July 2017