3 Bed  For Sale

St Paul's Court, 23 St. Paul's Square, Birmingham

Asking price


Area Guide
  • Three Bedroom
  • Three Storey Townhouse
  • Private Gated Entrance
  • Large Open-Plan Kitchen
  • Two Double Bedrooms with En Suites
  • Mezzanine Lounge Area
  • Private Garden
  • Car Parking Space
  • Freehold
  • Prime Location

Situated in the much sought-after St Paul’s Square area of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, we are pleased to present this modern three-bedroom, three-storey townhouse for sale, Freehold with vacant possession.

With many city centre properties being offered on a Leasehold basis, St Paul’s Court has no ground rent or service charge to consider when purchasing this property due to its Freehold status.

The house is accessed via a hidden gated entrance off St Paul’s Square, one of Birmingham’s most desired postcodes. St Paul’s Court offers privacy despite being in a vibrant part of the city.


Ground Floor

Entering from the private parking area, the front door opens into a hallway with a ground floor WC. The focal point of the ground floor is the large modern kitchen. Designed with modern living in mind, a central island unit houses the built-in electric hob. With a breakfast bar next to the island unit, mealtimes can become sociable affairs as you return home after work. The kitchen enjoys natural light from two large feature windows to the front of the property, and bi-folding glazed doors opening out to your own private courtyard area, laid to Astroturf for minimal maintenance. Further storage units and shelving flank the far wall, together with a built-in double oven.

First Floor

A staircase leads up from the entrance hall to the first floor. A mezzanine living room overlooks the kitchen, giving a light, airy feeling to the area. The recessed ceiling spotlights, large windows, low-level glass mezzanine balcony and neutral palette epitomise modern city living. With space for two sofas, this is the perfect space to retreat to at the end of the day, or to entertain family and friends.

Bedroom three is the smallest bedroom and is located off the hallway. If a third bedroom were not required, this would make a perfect home office or study area.

The first floor is completed by a storage cupboard.

Second Floor

Bedrooms 1 and 2 are both located on the second floor of 4 St Paul’s Court. Both bedrooms are double in size, with built-in wardrobe storage. The master bedroom has a family bathroom en-suite, whilst bedroom two has its own en-suite shower room.



St Paul’s Court shares a private courtyard with three other townhouses in the development.

A small private courtyard area sits off from the kitchen. With space for garden furniture and a barbecue, summer evenings can be spent enjoying the privacy offered by this part of the property.



Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter has become one of the most sought-after locations to live in Birmingham. With its proximity to Birmingham City Centre and being only a short stroll from the Jewellery Quarter train/tram station, this is the perfect location for those who want a city centre lifestyle, whilst being just on the periphery of the city centre itself.

With its range of restaurants and bars, including the renowned Cucina Rustica, Pig & Tail, Ana Rocha, and Lasan all nearby you’ll never be short of places to dine out with friends and family. If fine dining is your thing, Opheem, the Michelin Starred Indian restaurant of Chef Patron Aktar Islam is just a short walk away. You will also be spoilt for choice with some of the world’s finest jewellery makers on your doorstep, and a range of independent shops to explore.

The Jewellery Quarter train station is a short 5-minute walk away, which also serves as a tram stop, with regular trams into the City Centre. Snow Hill station is within walking distance with a regular service to London Marylebone.

Just 15 minutes on foot will take you to Birmingham City Centre, with its famous Bull Ring Shopping Centre, theatres, restaurants, Chinese Quarter, and leisure facilities, plus transport links to the rest of the UK from Birmingham New Street Station, and regular trains to Birmingham International Airport and the NEC.

Properties in Jewellery Quarter historically sell quickly, so call Barrows & Forrester to book your viewing appointment today.


Transformed from its industrial past, the Jewellery Quarter is a hotspot for young professionals. This community is located within close proximity to the city centre, and contains Europe’s largest concentration of manufacturing jewellers – producing more than 40% of UK jewellery output! Also home to a wide range of independent businesses and classed as a conservation area (which means only low rise developments are allowed), you’ll find plenty of apartments, townhouses and penthouses here to suit a range of tastes. If you like the idea of living in a trendy area with plenty of trendy bars and restaurants, the Jewellery Quarter is for you!


If you want to make the most of public transport to enjoy the best of Birmingham City Centre then the Jewellery Quarter should tick all of your boxes. Located just a 10 minute walk to the city’s central train stations (New Street and Snow Hill), it also has its own Jewellery Quarter station too. Plus the Metro stop at St Pauls will take you across the city too, and this area also benefits from being located close to the M6 and M5 motorways.

In the Jewellery Quarter you’ll have access to some great schools across the B16 or B18 postcodes. These include: St John's and St Peter's C of E Academy, Barford Primary School and the Jewellery Quarter Academy.


If you love fine dining and enjoying a range of up-market bars, then let us reveal some of the Jewellery Quarter’s hottest establishments. 40 St Pauls recently won the award for being The World’s Best Gin Bar (make ours a double), Ana Rocha is an authentic tapas bar and art gallery that is run by Spanish owner Edgar, The Whisky Club is Birmingham’s only bar dedicated to whisky (although other drinks are available), The Wolf is known for its craft beer and Lord Clifden has one of the city’s top beer gardens.

Public spaces

If you fancy getting out for some fresh air locally, St Paul’s Square provides the perfect spot for sitting and watching the world go by, the city’s canal network is also within close proximity and you’re also only a 15 minute walk to Edgbaston Reservoir. If you love walking, wildlife spotting or making the most of the water, this is the place for you!

Things to do
Love live music? Then head to the Jam House. Is darts your thing? Then you need to go to the 180 Club. Plus don’t forget about The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, the Banksy mural or Indian restaurant Opheem on Summer Row – one of the area’s best restaurants with a Michelin Star (and the Karahi Pakistan comes highly recommended by us too!)


Right in the heart of the action - what better place to live than Birmingham City Centre?

Not only will you have full access to the city and everything that it has to offer, but you’ll be able to make the most of being able to work, live and play all in one place too. The heart of business and leisure with the transformed Birmingham New Street station and The Bullring shopping centre, Birmingham really does offer the ultimate city centre lifestyle, with a host of fantastic apartments, townhouses and penthouses on offer to suit your needs. Plus if you fancy living close to the buzzing Jewellery Quarter or trendy Digbeth, you’ll have easy access to both too!


You’ll be spoilt for choice with transport options in Birmingham City Centre.

By road, the M6, M5 and M40 motorways provide easy access to London, Manchester, Liverpool and the South West, making the city the perfect central base. Plus the city also has a host of excellent rail links via New Street, Moor Street, Snow Hill stations, and commuters will also be pleased to know that HS2 is set to make reaching the capital easier than ever.

And don’t forget about the handy Metro system, which also has extension plans, and Digbeth coach station too!


Across the B1 and B6 postcodes, Birmingham is home to a range of schools, from primaries to academies and some of the country’s top rated independents. Some of the city centre’s best include: St Thomas C of E Academy, Birmingham Ormiston Academy and Central Academy.


Love food and dining out? Then Birmingham City Centre really is the location for you! In this buzzing, vibrant community you have plenty of fantastic options quite literally on your doorstep. From Colmore Row (the business district with up-market bars and restaurants such as The Alchemist), to The Mailbox (home to several luxury chains such as Aluna with its mesmerizing cocktails) and China Town (the best place to get authentic Chinese food in the whole city), there really is something for everyone.

The city centre is also home to five Michelin Star restaurants (including Adam’s with its carefully selected tasting menus), has a thriving independent food scene (Marmalade on Broad Street is one of our favourites for lunch) and is also a haven for shoppers. Well when you have The Bullring and the New Street station Grand Central shops on your doorstep, it would be rude not to browse every now and then!

Public spaces

One of the main benefits of living in Birmingham City Centre is that it is really pedestrianised, which means getting out and enjoying all of its public spaces is a total breeze. And there is certainly plenty to see – from Cathedral Square, to Colmore Row, Victoria Square and the Education Quarter, you’ll be able to take in the architecture and history of the city at your own pace. Plus don’t forget about the picturesque canals throughout the City Centre too – we think they make the perfect place to take a stroll after a hard day at work!

Things to do

There are plenty of options to keep you entertained in Birmingham City Centre – and getting bored is pretty impossible! Brindley Place in the business district not only has plenty of bars and restaurants, but is also home to the Sea Life Centre and the National Indoor Arena. If you love seeing big name acts live, this is certainly the place to go! Plus you’ll also find The Electric Cinema (the UK’s oldest working cinema), Hippodrome, ICC, Town Hall and Repertory Theatre in the city too – when it comes to culture, Birmingham really does have it all!