Rodborough House is a collection of 24 new luxury apartments situated in the heart of Coventry with access to key business districts and cultural hubs.
Featuring high specification kitchens and bathrooms as standard, the apartments are designed with modern living in mind while accessible with the aid of lifts to all levels. The kitchen, dining and living spaces flow beautifully and all rooms have stunning high ceilings and generous windows, giving a great sense of light, space and airiness. Bedrooms have en suites with stylish sanitaryware. All apartments are finished to the very highest standard with a luxurious feel to them and depending on where they are situated within the development, they have views of trees, greenery and the city. There are also electric car charging points to each property.
Rodborough House is a cohesive design for an urban environment; one that complements the historic surroundings and harmonises the various facets for a vibrant, connected way of life.
Rodborough House is situated almost opposite the famous King Henry VIII School in Coventry and will complement the Victorian design of the school.
It is also very close to Coventry railway station - This transport hub, with retail spaces, will have you in Birmingham in 35 minutes and to Oxford or London in an hour.
Coventry is located in the centre of the West Midlands conurbation. Its road network gives easy access to the M1, M40, M42, M6 and M69 serving routes going north, south, east and west. It also benefits from an excellent public transport network of local buses serving the city as well as further afield into Warwickshire. From Pool Meadow bus station there are national services to towns and cities across the country.
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Coventry is a vibrant, culturally rich and diverse city in the heart of the country. It was the City of Culture in 2021 and has a host of theatres, museums, cinemas and galleries alongside a wide variety of pubs, clubs and award-winning restaurants. Famous as the birthplace of the Two-Tone movement in the 1970s, a fusion of Jamaican ska and punk, Coventry bands such as The Specials and The Selector stormed the charts and the 2-Tone Village complex was created. Music is still important to Coventry and it hosts a range of musical events and festivals including the Coventry Jazz Festival and the Godiva Festival which features a carnival parade. Elsewhere there is the wonderful Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, the Coventry Music Museum, the Transport Museum and the Warwick Arts Centre, a major complex within Warwick University on the outskirts of the city.
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