In love with city living

Described as a ‘national treasure’, the area is unlike any other historic townscape in the world, attracting a young, vibrant community of cultures and an abundance of craft bars, bustling cafés and stylish restaurants.

In love with city living

With over 200 listed buildings nearby, you can still peer into the rich heritage of this iconic district of Birmingham, made famous by its array of artisan jewellers, goldsmiths and glassmakers, whose products were the envy of the world.


It’s of little surprise that over 6,000 residents already call the Jewellery Quarter their home.

A lifestyle and culture destination

The rich and diverse history of the Jewellery Quarter is encapsulated in the many listed landmark buildings and infrastructures still standing today. Features like the St Paul’s Church, which sits on top of the last Georgian Square in Birmingham and the extraordinary Edwardian Chamberlain clock really depict the imprint of prior generations and showcase just how special this district is.


The suburb still lives up to its name boasting the largest concentration of businesses producing jewellery in Europe. However, a recent resurgence of residential conversions and increased demand for the perks of inner-city living has seen the historic district transform into a unique residential urban village playing home to a hub of creative firms.


The area is also territory to a plethora of boutique shops, restaurants and independent galleries and museums, which adds a real sense of community.

An excellent location for investment

The UK is an excellent location for overseas investment. The exchange rate is good, the economy is optimistic, and land is a finite resource due to development restrictions. There is an ongoing shortage of housing in all sectors.


Being the youngest city in Europe, Birmingham truly is up and coming. The most entrepreneurial regional city in the UK, Birmingham is home to the strongest economy outside London and the subject of investment in several large-scale infrastructure projects; from the £550m Birmingham New Street Station to the £1.5bn Smithfield regeneration. With work underway on the development of one of Europe’s most exciting rail projects in HS2 and the prospect of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, England’s Second City is becoming an incredibly attractive place to live, work and invest in.

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Treasure House
Carver Street
Jewellery Quarter
B1 3ED

Located within touching distance of central Birmingham, the Jewellery Quarter facilitates suburban living with a city lifestyle.

Getting around the city and surrounding region is easy thanks to the network of West Midlands travel, including buses, trams and trains, with a plethora of things to see and do along the way. The area offers superb national and international transport links, with easy access to London via the M40 and M6 motorways, regular trains from Birmingham Nee Street Station and flights to a multitude of global destinations from Birmingham International Airport.