Harborne: is a thriving and affluent Victorian suburb of south Birmingham with a large mix of housing dating from pre-1900 found mainly around the High Street, all the way up to modern builds within the surroundings. With easy access links into Birmingham city centre and the M5 motorway, all your local amenities and the QE hospital. We see a lot of young professionals (doctors to city suits) to young families moving to the area to boost our local stature.
Edgbaston: is suburb of south Birmingham stretching from the borders of Moseley curving all the way over to Birmingham City Centre. Edgbaston Reservoir is home to many sailing clubs and this affluent part of south Birmingham boasts several sought after schools including Edgbaston High school for girls, Blue Coat School and King Edwards Boys School. With easy access links to Birmingham city centre and motorway links, Edgbaston is known as being one of the most upmarket and affluent parts of Birmingham.
Moseley: is a very leafy suburb of south Birmingham containing two large parks, Highbury Park and Cannon Hill Park, which is a large 215 acre Oasis. It houses a very indie, young audience as well as older family residences.
Selly Park: is a large residential part of south Birmingham with grand stature homes dating back to the early 19th century.