Our Pershore Road office provides properties in the areas of Stirchley, King’s Norton, Selly Oak, and Selly Park. The Pershore Road runs through these suburbs of south Birmingham all the way into the city centre and is home to many retailers. Stirchley is an area often favoured by first-time house buyers, whilst Selly Oak and Selly Park are home to many students from the nearby University of Birmingham and so attract many buy-to-let investors. King’s Norton is a historic area of the city that still retains many medieval and Tudor buildings. Muntz and Selly Parks provide green open spaces for residents, whilst rail links for commuters to the city centre can be found at King’s Norton, Selly Oak, and the nearby Bournville stations.
Stirchley is a residential area lying on the southern side of Birmingham centred around the Pershore Road. The Pershore Road or A441 is a trunk road leading from Birmingham city centre, south, past Redditch and on into Pershore.
Shops line this road in the main part of Stirchley with further shopping centres not far away at Cotteridge, Kings Heath and Northfield.
Although part of the Pershore Road was originally a Roman road it was an agricultural area until the mid-1800s. Many of the homes in the area are of Victorian origin and Stirchley has become a very popular residential area for all groups of buyers both young and older as well as for single professionals and families. It has good schools and transport facilities with buses passing along the main road and nearby is Bournville station giving access to the cross city line between Lichfield and Redditch.
The Three Horseshoes public house in the centre of Stirchley certainly existed in 1836 and on its northern side it borders the very well-known Cannon Hill Park. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Birmingham University are also only a few miles away as is Junction 2 on the M42 motorway.