Inside this house are all kinds of fancy features (Picture: John Shepherd)
London doesn’t have the monopoly on luxury homes.
This six-bed property in Birmingham fits the fanciest bill, from its glass staircase to its price tag of £3.3million.
Let’s break down all its swish features.
To get through the front door, you’ll need to use the finger print scanner rather than your usual house key.
Once you’re in, you’ll be greeted by the reception hall, which is pretty spectacular.
This space has starlight quartz flooring, light streaming in through the top floor vision roof window, and that staircase we mentioned, made of glass and satin steel.
Behold that swish staircase and peek through to see the roof window (Picture: John Shepherd)
The property is right next to a golf course (Picture: John Shepherd)
Stay on this floor and you’ll find a family snug, a shower room and WC, and a large family lounge, complete with a rather snazzy fireplace and a flatscreen TV.
From the living area you can go through sliding patio doors to the back garden, or head through the the kitchen.
Here’s the living room, complete with a snazzy fireplace and a flatscreen TV (Picture: John Shepherd)
The dining room, with a window out to the large back garden (Picture: John Shepherd)
In the kitchen there’s another flatscreen TV, naturally, sleek appliances, and a large breakfast bar to accommodate six people.
The kitchen offers unique worktops with stainless steel centres, five ovens, a microwave, an integrated fridge and freezer, a dishwasher, an induction hob and extractor, and, of course, a wine cooler.
The kitchen is pretty special (Picture: John Shepherd)
Yes, that is a wine chiller you spy (Picture: John Shepherd)
Another seating area is in the same open-plan space, and the dining room is nextdoor, so you can host plenty of pals when lockdown is over.
There’s also a utility room, which leads to the double garage.
Now head up the stairs to the first floor, made up of a galleried landing leading to three bedrooms.
The first-floor landing (Picture: John Shepherd)
You’ll want to call dibs on the master suite, of course, which has a large en suite bathroom – with a freestanding tub, two sinks, and a wet room, and over 20 metres of walk-in wardrobe space.
This bedroom has a private balcony, too, overlooking a golf course.
You’ll want to grab the master bedroom, with its own private balcony (Picture: John Shepherd)
Can you see yourself relaxing here? (Picture: John Shepherd)
This room also has a massive 20-metre long walk-in wardrobe (Picture: John Shepherd)
All the bedrooms have their own en-suite bathroom (Picture: John Shepherd)
If you don’t nab the master, though, you’ve still got two more bedrooms on this floor to choose from, both with walk-in wardrobes and en suite bathrooms, too.
The first floor has a home office, a communications room an airing cupboard, and large games room that can fit a full-size snooker table, if you fancy.
Go up one more level and you’ll spy three more bedrooms, again all complete with walk-in wardrobes and en suite bathrooms.
On the third floor are three more bedrooms, and this stunning roof window (Picture: John Shepherd)
But more excitingly, this floor is home to a cinema room, so you can do movie nights in style.
If you’re keeping count, that means this property spans 10,175 square feet over three floors and offers six bedrooms – or ten, if you’re keen to convert some of the other rooms.
Yes, there’s underfloor heating throughout, as well as voice-controlled electricals and lighting.
The home is on sale for £3.3million (Picture: John Shepherd)
The taps all have instant hot water, blinds are controlled by an app, and the roof window automatically opens and closes in response to the weather. Told you this place is fancy.
Location-wise, you’re all set with a nearby golf course and the nearby Solihull Town Centre just a six-minute drive away.
The house is being sold by John Shepherd via On The Market, with an asking price of £3,350,000.
The agents reckon the property would make a ‘truly stunning family home’, but alternatively you could round up five mates and split the cost, as it’d be quite a lovely party pad.
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