ROBERT OULSNAM AND COMPANY
KINGS HEATH OFFICE
* Robert Oulsnam and Company are Kings Heath’s leading award winning Estate Agent and Letting Agent covering this popular and well thought of area.
* Friendly and helpful staff using their extensive knowledge of Kings Heath to provide the very best customer service
* Ensuring we have the best technology means all of our customers get the latest information they need instantly whether they are buying or selling
* A reputation for exceptional service, we sell more houses in Kings Heath than any other agent. (Source Rightmove)
* No upfront charges or fees and the benefit of 12 offices in the surrounding area helping you to buy or sell.
* All our properties are marketed on the three main portals, Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket as well as Oulsnam.net, no other agent can match this coverage.
* Our ethos is to put our customer interests first, we are proud to have helped generations of local families with buying and selling their homes.
Brentford Road, Kings Heath , Bi...
Offers in the region of £215,000
VIEWINGS RECOMMENDED OF THIS NICELY PRESENTED THREE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE RESIDENCE situated in this popular location off Haunch Lane having lovely rear garden. EP Rating D
Navigation Drive, Kings Norton ,...
Shared ownership £65,000
VIEWINGS RECOMMENDED FOR THIS NICELY PRESENTED TWO BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT offered on a 50% shared ownership basis. This apartment benefits from gas central heating and allocated parking. EP Rating...
Haunch Close, Kings Heath, Birmi...
Offers in the region of £125,000
GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS OR INVESTMENT!! TWO BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR MODERN APARTMENT situated in this popular location on the cusp of Haunch Lane & Hollybank Road. EP Rating...
Shawbrook Grove, Kings Heath , B...
Offers in the region of £185,000
VERY WELL PRESENTED TWO BEDROOM END OF TERRACE RESIDENCE benefiting from parking to front and a low maintenance rear garden. The property is situated in this popular residential location. EP...
Marsham Road, Kings Heath, Birmi...
Offers in the region of £225,000
GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS WELL PRESENTED THREE BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED FAMILY RESIDENCE with the added benefit a good size garden with a garage to rear backing onto the North...
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.
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.Contact Michelle Walls
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...Contact Hannah Lane