House by Urban Splash unveils its latest housing typology – as Row House comes to Birmingham
The modern housebuilder House by Urban Splash has expanded its product portfolio once more, unveiling a new look Row House mews home which will form the latest phase of its bustling island neighbourhood of Port Loop in Birmingham.
Row House is an entirely new typology from House by Urban Splash, and the company’s modern take on mews-style architecture. It was first revealed in the spring, with a striking red façade on homes that are being created at Wirral Waters in Merseyside. Now a brand-new Row House aesthetic has been developed by architects shedkm, with the homes at Port Loop featuring a striking grey profiled metal façade and signature oversized windows.
House by Urban Splash delivery director Chris Shaw explained: “We continue to evolve our product portfolio, introducing new homes to the market to help more people across the country live in brilliantly-designed houses and communities.
“After the success of our Town House family homes, and our Mansion House apartments – the first of which have sold out in Manchester – we have created Row House for customers who want something different again. We look forward to seeing it become a reality at both Port Loop and Wirral Waters.”
As with other House by Urban Splash homes, Row House is being created in the company’s factory in the East Midlands. There, homes will be precision manufactured to customer specifications, with buyers choosing varying ground and top floor layouts. House by Urban Splash.
The new Row House homes will form the third phase of regeneration at Port Loop and will stand adjacent to another phase of Town House homes – 105 of which have already been created at the waterside site close to Birmingham city centre. Chris continued: “In two short years, Port Loop has completely transformed; what was once a disused, rundown former industrial patch of land, has fast become a vibrant, award-winning place in which hundreds of people now live, work and play.
“The presence of pioneering cultural organisations like Civic Square and Yard (MAIA Group) Art House, as well as green space – including the first Port Loop Park, South Loop Green – and our architecturally striking homes, have helped to rapidly establish this as one of the city’s go-to neighbourhoods.
“Our team on the ground can’t wait to show more people around.”
There will be 15 new 3-storey Row House homes at Port Loop, each with their own private garden terrace and access to a brand-new residents’ garden, a concept which has been very popular with our residents in the first phases. Both Row House and Town House homes benefit from car parking spaces.
Prices start from £390,000 for the Row House homes, and £420,000 for Town House; further information can be found at: housebyurbansplash.co.uk/locations/port-loop.