The Redditch office of Robert Oulsnam and Company has been operating for over 20 years now and is one of the leading estate and lettings agents in the town. The properties available from our Redditch branch are in the town itself as well as the surrounding area, including Beoley, Studley, Astwood Bank, Mappleborough Green, and Inkberrow. The office offers properties for owner-occupiers and for investment and rent. The Redditch office is located on Church Green East in the main commercial area of the town, packed with shops and restaurants, in a pedestrianized area opposite St Stephen’s Church and the church green popular with those browsing during their lunch break.
Robert Oulsnam and Company estate agents and letting agents in Redditch have been selling and letting property in Redditch for about 20 years and are one of the longest established and most successful agents in this popular and vibrant town.
Our sales office occupies a prime position in the professional quarter of Redditch in Church Green East, a superb location in a pedestrianised area bounding St Stephens Church and its surrounding landscaped grounds in the very centre of Redditch.
Our offices have been refurbished in recent years to provide a superb property showroom with all the latest digital equipment to match buyers and sellers.
Our office offers a wide variety of properties for sale and to let ranging from flats, town houses and terraces for first time buyers to superior family homes in and around the surrounding area.
Robert Oulsnam & Company are one of the leading estate agent and letting agents in Redditch and offer houses and flats for sale and to rent in Beoley, Mappleborough Green, Studley, Astwood Bank, Feckenham, Inkberrow, Cookhill and many more.
Call in and see us today and meet our friendly and professional staff.
Very impressed with Oulsnam's particularly the professional and friendly approach of all the staff. They sold our house within 5 days as they proactively contact buyers and they stayed in regular contact with us throughout the sale - Ms T
Extremely through team from viewing to day of completion, I cannot praise them highly enough for such a fast, efficient and stress free service - Mr M
Oulsnams gave a friendly, helpful and professional service throughout the sale. The small team are very close and seamlessly cover for each other which give a personal touch - Mr B
Bromfield Road, Southcrest, Redd...
ROBERT OULSNAM & COMPANY ARE PROUD TO OFFER this deceptively spacious split level, three bedroom terraced property, which is conveniently located near to the town centre, train station and offering...
Lightoak Close, Redditch, B97
Offers in excess of £165,000
THIS WELL PRESENTED TERRACED HOME is located in the established area of Walkwood, convenient for local schools and amenities. The accommodation comprises; entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, three bedrooms &...
Chaddesley Close, Lodge Park, Re...
Offers in excess of £145,000
*IDEAL FIRST TIME BUY OR INVESTMENT* This deceptively spacious three bedroom end terraced house enjoys a cul-de-sac location set within Lodge Park and enjoys views of Lodge Pool to the...
Dixon Close, Redditch, B97
Offers in excess of £225,000
*OVERLOOKING A GREEN & DETACHED GARAGE TO THE REAR* This three storey semi detached home occupies a convenient location and is ideally situated for the railway station and excellent road...
ELRINGTON CLOSE, Brockhill, Redd...
*THIS MODERN FOUR BEDROOM THREE STOREY MID TERRACED* home occupies a convenient location and is ideally situated for the railway station and excellent road transport links. The property boasts three...
Redditch is an attractive town in the north of Worcestershire and just south of Birmingham that combines new and much older elements. Part of the town dates back many centuries, whilst many areas and road layouts were laid out as part of a New Town in the 1960s. Redditch today is home to several engineering and automotive companies including Halfords. For residents there are excellent transport links, with the M42 running very close to the town and the M40 to London not far away. From Redditch station it is just 40 minutes to the commercial and shopping centre of Birmingham and an hour to Worcester. There is a large shopping centre in the town and various sports clubs.
The town of Redditch lies in Worcestershire and its history dates back to the 12th Century when Cistercian Monks built an Abbey at Bordesley in the Valley of the River Arrow. During the three centuries which followed a number of families settled near the Abbey and their hamlet became known as La Redditch. The name - first mentioned in medieval documents in 1348 - comes from the little Arrow Brook which flows into the River Arrow and runs through a layer of clay which often turns the water red hence RED-DITCH.
As the population of Redditch grew it became famous for needle making and by the 19th Century it led the field in needle production and other metal based trades such as fish hook and spring manufacture. In 1964 it was designated a New Town, a new flagship style method of expanding and developing towns allowing extensive redevelopment around a comprehensive road network with screening from all the main routes. Today needle making and other traditional industries have been replaced by a wide range of light industry and other services and although Redditch was intended as a dormitory town for Birmingham it now provides substantial employment of its own. Although there are limited areas of traditional terraced houses near the centre of the town, the main part of Redditch is made up of modern estates of semi detached and detached homes built over the last 40 years on the new town principles.
As a new town it has an excellent range of facilities with a large purpose built shopping centre called The Kingfisher Centre and it also retains a pedestrianised square centered around the Church where all the professions are located. It has a station with train services to Birmingham on the Cross City Line and a recently completed bus station providing access to most parts of Worcestershire. There are also first class schools and recently extended college offering a range of courses.
One of the features of Redditch is the Arrow Valley Country Park of 900 acres with 27 acre lake in the centre fed from the River Arrow.
Other features include a new cinema with 7 screens, Abbey Stadium with extensive sporting facilities as well as easy access to the M42 motorway and onto Birmingham Airport.
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Victoria has been working in Estate Agency since 2008, covering Worcester and the Cotswolds for a corporate group and joined Robert Oulsnam and Company in 2011 as the Branch Manager for our Redditc...Contact Victoria Green
Senior Sales Negotiator/Valuer
Eileen has been with the Company since 2003 and through her dedicated hard work is now senior sales negotiator/valuer. Eileen has proved to be successful in her role as valuer.Contact Eileen McCrea
Senior Sales Negotiator
Debbie has been with the sales team since 2007 and has a wealth of experience from retail sales and customer service. Debbie is a keen sales negotiator with a friendly approachable nature, and is a...Contact Debbie Solway
Annie joined the Redditch branch in 2018 having previously worked in a busy Birmingham city centre based office doing both Sales and Lettings, while completing a NVQ in Level 2 Property sales.Contact Annie Hirons
Elisha joined the team in 2018 as an apprentice sales negotiator, studying Level 3 Business administration and working towards the Level 3 Award in Sale of Residential property.Contact Elisha Brookes
Independent Financial Advisor
Kevin began his career in Financial Services in 2005. Kevin previously enjoyed a successful career at Countrywide, where he started as a Mortgage Consultant, working his way up to Senior Executive ...Contact Kevin Smith