576 Chester Road (Birmingham) - March 2017

Having been left in an unwanted and unloved state, 576 Chester Road was reinvigorated and brought back to life by Deas Properties.


This beautiful Victorian house was carefully taken apart and meticulously put back together to provide 7 beautifully crafted en-suite rooms for local professional tenants. 


Offering a welcoming entrance hall, friendly communal living and practical outside spaces, the property carefully blends contemporary design with its delightful traditional features to make multiple occupation living a thing of real comfort. 



186 Lea Hall (Birmingham) - January 2018

Left suffering from smoke damage, 186 Lea Hall was injected with a dose of innovation by Deas Properties to bring to the market two wonderfully crafted self contained flats. 


Contemporary in its finish and ideally positioned to Lea Hall train station (easy access to Birmingham International Airport/Train Station/NEC & City Centre), the Lea Hall project epitomises the companies desire to rid the streets of derelict dwellings and provide happy homes for individuals and families alike.


Athenry - 2019

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2 Pool Bank Street (Nuneaton) - January 2019

From derelict to delightful, 2 Pool Bank Street was boldly transformed into a vast, vibrant and vivacious space by Deas Properties.  


Daring in design, this empty mid-terrace property has been ingeniously crafted into a fun, fresh and friendly modernistic house of multiple occupancy, but with all the hallmarks of a warm and wonderful area for professionals to comfortably call home.  

2A Pool Bank Street (Nuneaton) - March 2019

Desolate, deserted and in dire need of attention, 2A Pool Bank Street was tastefully taken from its commercial past to its residential future.     

This quaint end of terrace property has been pleasantly presented, with a soothing colour scheme and snug interiors, to bring another inviting home back to the UK housing market. 

55 Toler Road (Nuneaton) - January 2020

Victorian homes have captured our hearts for over two hundred years now, and non more so than 55 Toler Road.

Anyone with an architectural affinity for such properties will undoubtedly fall in love with the carefully crafted design of six luxury flats, conscientiously concealed within this stylistic Victorian foot print.


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