Robert Oulsnam and Company Bournville estate agents is home to an award-winning team of property experts who genuinely put customer service at the heart of their sales operations, and we’ve got the Google and AllAgents reviews to prove it!
Robert Oulsnam and Company are Bournville’s leading award winning Estate Agent and Letting Agent covering this highly sought after and much coveted area.
Headed up by Branch Manager, Rachel Andrews, our Bournville Office occupies a prominent position at the junction of Mary Vale Road, and Linden Road, which is the main route through Bournville. Rachel herself lives in Bournville and so she has extensive knowledge of the local area. The whole team at our Bournville sales branch bring a wealth of experience to ensure we can help you with your next home purchase; from valuations to independent mortgage advice along the way.
Bournville is a really popular area to put down roots for first-time buyers and growing families alike. This beautiful Birmingham suburb is well-known for being the creation of George Cadbury, with whom the town shares a long historic connection.
A lot of the houses in Bournville Village are managed by the Bournville Village Trust, who also oversee an array of parks and green open spaces. The village offers a wide selection of properties that range from period terraced houses, small and larger semi-detached and detached houses of immense charm and character, as well as many more modern houses.
So, if you're looking for a Bournville estate agent that delivers awesome customer service, industry expertise and a friendly, proactive team dedicated to selling your house and achieving your goals, why not pop in and speak to one of our team?
BOURNVILLE | COTTERIDGE | KINGS NORTON | SELLY OAK | SELLY PARK
Lomaine Drive, Kings Norton, Bir...
Offers in the region of £195,000
A WELL LOCATED THREE BEDROOMED TOWN HOUSE WITH OFF ROAD PARKING. Ideally situated for access to Kings Norton Train Station and popular schools to include Kings Norton Boys' and Girls'...
Selly Oak Road, Bournville, Birm...
Offers in the region of £320,000
A STUNNING PROPERTY PRESENTED TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD, VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL TO APPRECIATE THIS SPACIOUS EXTENDED RESIDENCE. Ideally situated for transport links and sought after primary and secondary schools to...
Beaumont Road, Bournville, Birmi...
Offers in the region of £330,000
THIS THREE BEDROOMED PERIOD TERRACED RESIDENCE BOASTS A MODERN EXTENDED DINING KITCHEN and is ideally located for Bournville Train Station and sought after schools to include Bournville Village Primary and...
Pavilion Way, Selly Oak, Birming...
Offers in the region of £365,000
AN IMMACULATELY PRESENTED THREE BEDROOMED SEMI DETACHED PROPERTY ON THIS SOUGHT AFTER DEVELOPMENT on the Selly Oak/Bournville boundary and in the catchment area for Bournville Village Primary School. The property...
Middleton Hall Road, Kings Norto...
Offers in the region of £115,000
A MUCH IMPROVED ONE BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT IN THIS IMPRESSIVE AND ELEGANT VICTORIAN BUILDING conveniently located for transport links to include Kings Norton Train Station, and the amenities and...
Bournville is one of the most attractive suburbs of Birmingham and amongst the most desirable places to live within the UK. Packed with green spaces and attractive housing, Bournville is indelibly linked with the Cadbury family and their chocolate factory. The Arts and Crafts style houses and mock-Tudor terraces that form much of Bournville are maintained by the Bournville Village Trust and the area still maintains its village feel.
Part of the estate managed by the Bournville Village Trust is now a conservation area and, as it is such a popular place to live, the value of property is much higher than the surrounding areas.
There are good public transport links with buses and the Bournville station lies on the cross-city line between Lichfield and Redditch. Bournville is just 15 minutes from Birmingham New Street via train. The A38 road linking Birmingham city centre to Bristol also runs through the area and it is only a few miles from Junction 2 on the M42 motorway. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Birmingham University are also only a few miles away.
Bournville hosts a variety of mainstream, as well as more independent retailers such as an organic butchers and wool shop. Nearby, there is the Battery Retail Park. Maintaining its community-led, village feel, the Rowheath Pavillion is a community hub located in the heart of the village. This not-for-profit runs a heavy programme of events throughout the year, and Oulsnams is proud to be a sponsor to many of them.
There are excellent primary and secondary schools in Bournville, a major sports club, and Linden Road swimming pool. One remaining legacy that dates from the Quaker Cadbury family, is that there are no pubs or licenced premises in Bournville.
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Senior Sales Negotiator
Karen has been with the Bournville Office since 2007 and has previously worked in estate agency locally for many years, giving her a wealth of experience and a vast knowledge of the properties in t...Contact Karen Crayton
Senior Sales Negotiator
Samantha rejoined the Company in 2008 after a short break. She now works full time at our Bournville office and living locally is a bonus as this aids in the knowledge of the local area. Samantha b...Contact Samantha Looker
To minimise risk to clients and our staff we will carry out viewings under strict Covid-19 rules.
Priority will be given to buyers who are proceedable and who provide copies of their ID and proof of funds
Non proceedable buyers may be allowed to view if we are confident of their ability to proceed and the client agrees, some clients may only want priority viewers