Kings Heath branch

20 High Street Birmingham B14 7JT


 

Robert Oulsnam and Company have been selling homes in Kings Heath for over 30 years and occupy ‘LANDMARK’ premises at the junction of High Street and Station Road.We are one of the main agents in Kings Heath selling properties for everyone including flats, small houses for first time buyers to larger character Victorian/Edwardian houses in central Kings Heath.
Kings Heath is now very popular amongst a variety of buyers because of its ‘Cafe Culture’ and proximity to lovely parks, excellent schools and good bus links into and out of the city.We don’t just sell houses in Kings Heath though.  We are prominent agents in the surrounding areas of Billesley, Yardley Wood, Warstock, Maypole, Druids Heath and Hall Green and are keen to sell your home in those areas.
Lynda Williams has a wealth of experience with Robert Oulsnam & Company for over 21 years she has successfully managed the Kings Heath Office and is backed up by an experienced and enthusiastic sales team.
As a team we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service.
The team at Oulsnams in Kings Heath kept me sane and I’m so glad I chose them.  I was happy with every aspect of their service and wholeheartedly recommend them. Ms S
Sold a property with the Kings Heath Office at the end of 2017.  The staff were excellent keeping me well informed very good at finding potential buyers.  I can’t praise them enough.  I would certainly use them again. Ms J S 
A Highly professional company, whilst being very friendly and personable.  They answer the phone quickly (a must when you are trying to sell) and remember details on their clients several years later.  I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them (and in fact have done, resulting in a very fast sale of my sister’s property) A personal and efficient service which made selling my flat much easier.  Thank You! Mrs K J
Robert Oulsnam Kings Heath were my purchase property estate agents, but they were more helpful and friendly than either my selling agent and my solicitors.  I was constantly chasing the other two until I spoke to Robert Oulsnams who were very helpful and not afraid to put pressure on the other parties involved.  If I was ever to move again I would use them and I am happy to recommend them to anyone else.  Mr M H

 

Latest sale listings for Kings Heath

  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Effingham Road, Birmingham, B13

Offers in the region of £175,000

GOOD SIZE THREE BEDROOM PROPERTY WITH LARGE LIVING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN AND CONSERVATORY TO REAR. Property benefits from delightful rear garden and off road parking to front. EP Rating E...

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  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Norton View, Kings Heath , Birmi...

Offers in the region of £235,000

TRADITIONAL THREE BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED FAMILY RESIDENCE situated in this prime location within close proximity of Colmore Junior & Infant School. This property benefits from OFF ROAD PARKING and a...

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  • 2 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Wynfield Gardens, Kings Heath , ...

Offers in the region of £85,000

** CASH BUYERS ONLY DUE TO SHORT LEASE** FIRST FLOOR TWO BEDROOM MAISONETTE SITUATED IN THIS CUL DE SAC LOCATION off the Alcester Road South and benefiting from NO UPWARD...

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  • 5 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 2 living

Howard Road, Kings Heath, Birmin...

Offers in the region of £595,000

FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS SPACIOUS DETACHED FAMILY RESIDENCE Occupying this lovely corner position on Hazelhurst Road and Howard Road in the heart of Kings Heath. This property benefits from...

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  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths
  • 1 living

Appian Close, Kings Heath , Birm...

Offers in the region of £275,000

WELL PRESENTED THREE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE PROPERTY HAVING HISTORICAL LINKS TO BOURNVILLE VILLAGE TRUST. Situated in this popular location off Alcester Road South with the added benefit of off...

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Kings Heath area guide


King’s Heath is a suburb in south Birmingham that grew in the early 20th century around the High Street on which today stand many popular restaurants, pubs, and independent retailers. The centre of King’s Heath is a Business Improvement District, so all taxation from local businesses is put back into the upkeep of the area. From the suburb it is only 15 minutes to the city centre by car or bus, or from the nearby Hall Green railway station. The magnificent Highbury Park and King’s Heath Park lie in the suburb, known for their exotic plants and trees. The suburb is also home to leading schools including King Edward VI Camp Hill for Boys and for Girls.

The settlement and development of the Kings Heath district essentially began in the eighteenth century. Until then, it was a largely unoccupied wasteland with ancient woods and commons. As part of the Royal Manor of Kings Norton, this wasteland came to be called the Kings Heath. The attractions of the area were timber, clay suitable for brick- making and flax.

Two particular events brought new settlers at this time. In 1767, the old track from Alcester to Birmingham was improved and became a turnpike road.

The toll gate and house were probably located at the northern end of what is now the High Street, near the boundary with Moseley. This stretch of the road was then quite marshy, being much lower than the road to the south, but nevertheless a scattering of cottages appeared around the Cross Guns where travellers stopped for rest and refreshment. The second event was the further enclosure of the heath from 1772 when new farms were established on its borders.

Kings Heath is now a suburb of Birmingham centred on the Alcester Road (A435).

There is an excellent shopping centre together with a range of schools and other facilities. Many of the homes in Kings Heath date from Victorian times ranging from terraced to very large semi-detached homes. Further developments were carried out in the inter war years to include some fine individual homes.

Kings Heath and Highbury Parks are particularly well thought of.

JR Tolkien lived for a time in Kings Heath in both Westfield Road and in Ashfield Road. Many of the ideas for the Lord of the Rings came from the surrounding area.

Lynda Williams

Branch Manager

Please contact the Manager Lynda Williams or one of her team for further detail.

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Michelle Walls

Assistant Manager/Valuer

Michelle joined Robert Oulsnams in 2001 and is a key player at the ever expanding Kings Heath Office having had many successful years previously at our Northfield Office.

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Amy Johnson

Sales Negotiator

Amy joined the company in 2013 and is based at our busy Kings Heath office.

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Hannah Lane

Sales Negotiator

Hannah joined Robert Oulsnam and Company in 2014 as a Sales Negotiator. She has many years experience within the property industry both in the UK and abroad and has now completed her Level 3 Techni...

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Lisa Moxon

Viewing Negotiator

Lisa is a highly valued member of the Kings Heath team and her enthusiastic and energetic approach to estate agency ensures that she is very well thought of by our clients and her fellow members of...

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