Leading developer Lovell Homes is encouraging property seekers in the West Midlands to seek inspiration from the interior design of the show apartment at its Station House development in Stourbridge.
The former site of Stourbridge police station has been renovated into 31 one and two-bedroom apartments, including unique mezzanine and penthouse apartments, with no two plots being the same.
The development’s stylish homes have been built with many of the original police station features from the 1900s remaining, including the striking external blue doors and stunning ceiling of the old courtroom. Former police cells have even been converted into apartments, creating one-of-a-kind properties that offer the very best in modern and flexible living.
The apartment blocks at Station House have been designed to retain the existing police station architecture, comprising of traditional red brick and stone decorative features, in keeping with the main, historic character of Stourbridge’s town centre.
The show apartment is a stunning two-bedroom property designed by interior design specialist, Edward Thomas Interiors. Managing director, Andy Richardson explains the detail behind the design. “Station House has a rich history and is a prominent local landmark so our brief was to incorporate some of this heritage into the design. Beginning with a classic navy blue colour palette, which is synonymous with the police force, we’ve combined this with mahogany furniture and splashes of gold to create an industrial yet modern feel. “The show apartment also has a substantial ceiling height so we’ve been able to emphasise this by wallpapering the ceiling as a focal feature. Details such as framed padlocks and keys, chain style coat hooks and bronze policeman figurines have also been included to reference the building’s past life.”
Perfectly situated in the heart of Stourbridge, the development is surrounded by amenities including supermarkets and Merry Hill shopping centre, home to major high street shops, restaurants and more. Stourbridge is in good proximity to Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton, with excellent transport links and a nearby train station making Station House ideal for commuters. Current availability includes one-bedroom apartments priced from £130,000 and two-bedroom apartments priced from £180,000. Station House is open via appointment only, Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm. For further information and to book your appointment, visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/station-house/ or call the sales team on 01384 500 482. You can also like Lovell on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovellhomes and follow Lovell on Instagram at @lovell_homes, and on LinkedIn @LovellPartnershipsLtd.