Enjoy modern living in a historic building. The Charles Church apartments at Ellis Court in Selly Oak bring both together perfectly.
Ellis Court is a grand red-brick Victorian building that has been converted into a collection of beautiful apartments. Flexible options include one-bedroom apartments, some with separate studies, and two-bedroom apartments, in the central part of the building.
Ellis Court has retained the original character of many of its 100-year-old historic features, hand in hand with a truly contemporary make-over inside. Living here offers you an easy-living piece of history, beautiful grounds and the convenience of just a short walk to Selly Oak’s vibrant high street.
This popular residential area is just 3 miles from Birmingham City centre with all its shops, restaurants, galleries and leisure and entertainment venues.
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Living here puts you within easy reach of all number of leisure and entertainment activities. Birmingham city centre is always on the go for retail and entertainment, but closer to home you've got an excellent park for somewhere to relax. Selly Oak Park offers 30 acres of green space- the largest in the immediate area. Another local park, Cannon Hill Park, has a boating lake, tennis courts and woodland trails.
Selly Oak has a train station on the Cross-City line between Redditch, Birmingham and Lichfield. There are trains in each direction every 10 minutes on weekdays. The journey to Birmingham New Street takes around 10 minutes so it’s a great option for a day in the city centre or for work. The station is less than a mile from Ellis Court. The Selly Oak Shopping Park is just beyond the station.
Selly Oak is a very popular residential area so there are some good local amenities. The local high street is a short walk from Ellis Court and you’ll find most things you need there for day-to-day living. The Selly Oak Shopping Park is another option - there's a large Sainsbury supermarket there. Of course the city centre – including the famous Bull Ring shopping centre – is so easy to get to for everything else.
Charles Church has been committed to creating a new life for this striking 100-year-old building. It’s been a local landmark for a century and is now set to continue a local role in a different way. It’s a great place to set up home as it’s already part of the community. Another inspirational project nearby is Bourneville – a model village that was established by the Cadbury family for their workers. It’s a fascinating place to visit - and is home to Cadbury World if you can't resist chocolate!
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