Set in elegant and prestigious Edgbaston, St George's Place is a luxury retirement development of cottages and apartments, beautifully restored from former school buildings. Set in beautiful landscaped gardens with access to parking, luxury health club, swimming pool, library and restaurants.
Situated close enough to the centre of Birmingham to enjoy its cultural treasures, Audley St George's Place is a luxury development, beautifully restored from former school buildings.
Two magnificent Grade II listed Regency villas, a restored Edwardian school house and a collection of attractive new buildings will house 95 luxury cottages and apartments.
You will find every one of our luxury properties beautifully laid out and built to a high specification with quality workmanship. They have all been sensibly designed with your future needs in mind and have flexibility built-in. Every layout has been thoroughly thought through right down to the last detail and each one has all the space you need to live comfortably. Some benefit from a balcony or terrace area. And should you want to add a few personal touches, upgrades may be available.
A beautifully restored, Grade II listed Regency villa forms the centrepiece of the village and is home to the Audley Club with its own luxury health club, spa, fitness studio, swimming pool, hair salon, library, relaxation areas, restaurant, bar and bistro.
St George's Place benefits from a semi-underground car park, CCTV, staff on call every minute of every day, so you can go on holiday with peace of mind.
Each property has an intruder, smoke and heat alarm connected to the central monitor alarm. There is also an emergency call system.
Images are of Audleys St George's Place development for illustrative purposes.
For those with a preference for the vibrancy and bustle of city life, St George's Place is perfectly situated near the centre of Birmingham with easy access to concerts, theatres, galleries and shops.
The desirable and peaceful suburb of Edgbaston has several bars, a renowned restaurant and shops close at hand. Not one but three nature conservation areas are nearby, together with the Edgbaston Reservoir and the Botanical Gardens – some 15 acres of superb gardens with one of the finest collections of plants in the Midlands.
With roots that extend all the way back to the Domesday Book, historical Edgbaston was also home to J.R.R. Tolkien during his teenage years, with Perrott's Folly and the Waterworks Tower said to have provided inspiration for part of his The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Please note that a monthly management charge and deferred fees apply to all properties in an Audley/Mayfield Village.
Flexible Audley/Mayfield Care packages are available at an additional cost.