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New Homes Birmingham

Situated in the West Midlands, Birmingham is the most populated and largest British city outside London.

Here are the first 17 of 17 new build housing developments in and around Birmingham, West Midlands;

Cofton Grange

Cofton Grange

Cofton Hackett, Worcestershire

4 bedroom houses

£374,995 - £411,995

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101 Bath Street

101 Bath Street

Birmingham, West Midlands

1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties

From £390,000

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Barber Court

Barber Court

Olton Boulevard West, Birmingham, West Midlands

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties

£119,995 - £299,995

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Woodfield Place

Woodfield Place

Haunch Lane, Kings Heath, West Midlands

3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties

£279,950 - £550,000

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The Oaks Apartments

The Oaks Apartments

Off Raddlebarn Road, Birmingham, West Midlands

1 and 2 bedroom properties

£159,995 - £174,995

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Loxley Court

Loxley Court

Baldwins Lane, Hall Green, West Midlands

2 bedroom apartments

From £230,000

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Poppy Fields

COMING SOON

Poppy Fields

Haslucks, Shirley, West Midlands

4 bedroom properties

From £580,000

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Galton Lock

Galton Lock

Mafeking Road, Smethwick, West Midlands

3 and 4 bedroom properties

From £249,995

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Oakbrook

Oakbrook

Marston Green, Marston Green, West Midlands

2, 4 and 5 bedroom properties

£189,995 - £474,995

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The Oaks

LAST PLOT REMAINING

The Oaks

Solihull, West Midlands

2 bedroom properties

£525,000 - £650,000

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Princes Gate

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Princes Gate

Homer Road, Solihull, West Midlands

Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments

£184,950 - £374,950

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Woodbury Hill

Woodbury Hill

Birmingham, West Midlands

2 and 3 bedroom properties

£174,995 - £259,995

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Hampton Gate

Hampton Gate

Solihull, West Midlands

4 and 5 bedroom properties

£850,950 - £999,950

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Longbridge Place

Longbridge Place

Cooper Way, Rednal, Shropshire

1, 2 and 4 bedroom properties

£144,995 - £354,995

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The Laurels

The Laurels

Tipton, West Midlands

3 and 4 bedroom houses

£219,995 - £249,995

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The Croft

The Croft

Portland Road, Aldridge, West Midlands

4 and 5 bedroom properties

£425,000 - £615,000

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Aylesbury Park

COMING SOON

Aylesbury Park

Aylesbury Road, Lapworth, Warwickshire

£585,000 - £1,360,000

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Living and buying property in Birmingham

Being centrally located, Birmingham is served by the M5, M6, M40 and M42 motorways, with it’s famous Spaghetti Junction winding its way around them. The longest bridge in the UK is the Bromford Viaduct which has the M6 passing through this city.

Birmingham Airport is the 3rd largest airport outside London and caters to domestic and international flights daily, just being 6 miles east of the city centre in Solihull.

Other than London, Birmingham’s New Street railway station is the busiest in the UK, being a major hub for lots of rail links locally and nationwide, Birmingham also has two other stations at Moor Street and Snow Hill.
The city has an excellent network of buses and coaches around the city and to other major UK towns and cities.

Things to do

There is just too much to do and see in Birmingham for one visit. Birmingham has many museums and art galleries, holding works of art by the Pre-Raphaelites and old masters. The Thinktank is the main science museum with a planetarium and a must is the National Sea Life Centre. Cadbury World is a museum explaining chocolate production and the history of the company.

Birmingham has many theatres including the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, The Alexandra Theatre and Birmingham Hippodrome and it’s home to the Birmingham Royal Ballet Company.

The city has many venues for music concerts large and small, huge pop and rock acts performance nightly at the Barclaycard and Genting Arenas and the more classical Symphony Hall, through to the O2 Academy and Jam House.

For further entertainment there are three comedy clubs and many night clubs, bars and pubs. There are many eateries to cater for all tastes from Michelin starred restaurants to street food.

Birmingham’s retail sector has everything you could possible wish for. From the Bull Ring Shopping Centre with its many famous high street brands to the well-known Jewellery Quarter and the historic market places.

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