New Homes in Edgbaston
Highfield Gardens II is situated less than two miles from the vibrant Brindley Place, with its restaurants, bars and culture, but located (hidden almost) behind the secluded walled gardens of Edgbaston's Georgian mansions in a green oasis. Part of the Calthorpe Estate, and with over a million trees in Edgbaston, this is not your typical city centre location.
Highfield Gardens II is in the vicinity of some of Birmingham's prime real estate, long seen as the Midlands' equivalent of Kensington.
Nearby is the Edgbaston campus of the University of Birmingham and a number of leading private and independent schools. You are also close to the very best in private and specialist medical practices, while the new state of the art Queen Elizabeth Hospital, is just around the corner.
There are excellent sporting facilities nearby, including the recently-refurbished Warwickshire County Cricket Club, The Priory Tennis Club with international standard facilities, the Edgbaston Golf Club with a par-69 course laid out by the legendary H S Colt and the newly opened state-of-the-art, £55 million University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness club.
Culturally Edgbaston is outstanding. Highlights include the Botanical Gardens, Simpsons Michelin starred restaurant, the highly-regarded High Field gastro pub, the salubrious boutique cocktail lounge The Edgbaston, and the hugely popular Edgbaston Deli - all within a one mile radius.
Highfield Gardens II is also a convenient location for access to all the attractions of Birmingham city centre, while travel is easy with two railway stations serving the area (University and Fiveways) and the A38 running through the city and reaching out to the south west and beyond.