The Robert Oulsnam and Company office in Moseley has now been operating for 26 years, initially on Woodbridge Road and since 2004 in its current premises on the Alcester Road, the main shopping and commercial thoroughfare in the area. Our office is close to many restaurants, pubs, supermarkets and banks, so our window displays receive plenty of passing interest. The Moseley office also advertises and manages properties in Balsall Heath, Edgbaston and Sparkhill. Our Moseley office is managed by James Brain who has been with Oulsnam since 2000 and has over 25 years’ experience in the property business. The office handles all types of property, from million pound Edwardian villas to terraces favoured by first-time buyers.
Robert Oulsnam and Company estate agents and letting agents in Moseley opened their first sales office in Woodbridge Road, Moseley some 26 years ago and are now the longest established Estate Agent and Letting Agent operating in the Moseley area. Our office was relocated to the main Alcester Road at the heart of the village in 2004 ensuring that we occupy a prime and prominent position close to major retailers.
Our office offers a wide variety of properties for sale and to let, ranging from flats and terraces for first time buyers to superior family homes in and around the surrounding area. We normally have a wide variety of property available from prices approaching 100,000 pounds to 1 million pounds and we usually have a variety of Victorian and Edwardian homes (particularly in the Victorian Triangle) which prove to be extremely popular with the house buying public in Moseley. Robert Oulsnam and Company are the leading Estate Agent and Letting Agent in Moseley but in addition offer houses and flats for sale and to rent in Selly Park, Stirchley, Edgbaston, Balsall Heath, Sparkhill and Hall Green. Call in and see us today and meet our friendly and professional staff.
Friendly and realistic advice, got regular updates after viewings. - Mr B
Very helpful and instrumental in getting a quick completion. - Mr A
We would highly recommend you and have trust in your staff. - Dr C
Very prompt and efficient - Mrs & Mrs J
Staff always helpful and had ample patience to deal with our concerns. - Mr W
Constantly kept up to date with good communication - Ms S & Mr K
Efficient and professional, highly recommended - Mrs J
Professional, courteous and knowledgably, would highly recommend - Mr & Mrs S
Swift, professional service - Mr S
Valuation – prompt for appointment and efficient. Viewings arranged for my convenience and not too disruptive. James and Lisa kept me updated on any developments. Always had time to discuss my concerns in a friendly and professional manner. - Ms L
Good communication and easy to contact. Good local knowledge. Helped to chase things along when needed - helpful. - Mr L & Ms J
Swanshurst Lane, Moseley, Birmin...
Offers in the region of £369,950
A delightful traditional semi detached family house, offering much improved character accommodation with four double bedrooms and benefiting from a spacious loft conversion with en-suite, L-shaped dining kitchen and long...
Edgbaston Road, Birmingham, B12
Offers in the region of £425,000
Interior viewing essential of this extended modern detached family home, ideally situated for access to Moseley Village, Cannon Hill Park, Edgbaston County Cricket Ground & the City Centre with five...
Passey Road, Moseley, Birmingham...
Offers in the region of £184,950
A traditional Victorian mid terrace offering three bedroom accommodation and being conveniently situated for the Stratford Road and access to the City Centre. EP Rating D
Wake Green Park, Moseley, Birmin...
Offers in the region of £122,000
A smart top floor one bedroom apartment offering well presented and much improved gas centrally heated accommodation, set among well tended landscaped communal grounds on this popular well regarded development....
Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmin...
Offers in the region of £165,000
A well proportioned first floor apartment within this well regarded gated development, well situated for access to Moseley Village and offering one bedroom accommodation with electric heating and with the...
Moseley is one of the most popular and desirable suburbs in Birmingham. Still retaining a village feel, much of the area was built in the period between 1850 and 1910 around the historic centre and St Mary’s Church on the junction between Wake Green and Alcester roads. On the Alcester road in Moseley today there are many independent boutique shops, restaurants, and pubs. From Moseley it is just a brief drive to the city centre making it a favourite area for professionals with their families. Much of the housing comprises handsome Victorian and Edwardian villas in the Arts and Crafts style. The area also boasts Moseley Park and Cannon Hill Park and has been home to writers, musicians, and leading politicians in the past.
Moseley is a pleasant cosmopolitan residential area three miles south of central Birmingham. It developed from a rural village into a fashionable suburb between 1850 and 1910 by which time the former large country estates had been split up to form housing developments. A great stimulus to this was the opening of a railway station linking Moseley directly to the centre of Birmingham and the spread of the tram routes. (Sadly this has long since closed)
Highbury Hall was the home of Joseph Chamberlain and stands in extensive Victorian Gardens and was gifted to Birmingham on his death. The largest estate was Moseley Hall.
Moseley Pool and Park has been saved to the present day, a truly hidden gem and a relic of Repton's landscape. Within the park, the ice house which served Moseley Hall has been kept and recently restored.
After the 'explosion' of Victorian developments there has been a gradual further infilling of land; initially with large Edwardian houses and then smaller residences. Over the years, many of the larger houses have changed from private homes into multi-occupation or developed into small estates of houses or block of flats. Two Conservation Areas have now been established in the centre and around St Agnes, helping to preserve this pleasant place.
A particular feature is the wonderful Cannon Hill Park famous each year at the time of the tulip festival and which is also home for the Midland Arts Centre.
Warwickshire Cricket Club lies opposite although Moseley Rugby Club have moved to nearby Billesley Common.
There is an excellent shopping centre although somewhat cosmopolitan and several schools. There is a wide range of Victorian homes ranging from individual detached to large semis and also terraced houses. Much development was carried out just before and just after the second World War with some fine individual homes. There is also a very wide range of flats from one bedroom in small developments to the luxury apartments in Britannic Park.
J. R. Tolkien lived for a time in Moseley in Wake Green Road and many of the ideas for the 'Lord of the Rings' came from the surrounding area.
James Brain started with the Company in 1995 and has been in Estate Agency for over 28 years. He has an in depth knowledge of property in and around the Moseley area and you should not offer your p...Contact James Brain
Lisa Richards MNAEA
Lisa joined the company in 2012 and brings over 30 years experience in estate agency, working for both corporate and independent agents. She is also a licensed member of the National Association of...Contact Lisa Richards MNAEA
Kirsty joined the Company in 2016 as a Viewing Negotiator at our Hagley Road office and shortly after moved over to our Moseley office. In 2018 she was promoted to a Sales Negotiator and is looking...Contact Kirsty Watkins
Maisy joined the team in 2017 bringing to the role knowledge and experience in customer service. She is conscientious, and approachable, ensuring that she delivers the best viewing experience.Contact Maisy Smith