New Homes in Moseley, Birmingham

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Why Choose Moseley?

If you’re looking to live within easy reach of all Birmingham has to offer, but away from the commotion of the city centre, you can do no better than the popular suburb of Moseley. The Sunday Times called Moseley the best place to live in the UK with good reason – from its acres of untouched greenery to its award-winning pubs and connections to literary greats, Moseley never fails to be a popular place to live, work and relax.

With its roots as a modest 19th Century village, many of Moseley’s traditional constructions are of the quaint Arts and Crafts style. However, a resurgence in the region’s popularity has resulted in increasing demand for newer constructions. Centrick is proud to offer a wide selection of new builds in Moseley, allowing residents to take advantage of this quaint, characterful village and its amenities:

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Moseley high street

Who lives in Moseley?

With a lower unemployment rate when compared to the rest of the region, and a greater proportion of its population working in higher administrative, managerial and professional roles, Moseley is a truly cosmopolitan suburb, but is widely regarded to be one of Birmingham’s more affluent areas, it’s no wonder that New Homes in Moseley are so popular.

The village also offers a variety of options for education, such as the acclaimed Moseley School and Sixth Form which, much like the wider village, has been praised by Ofsted for its “strong sense of community”. St. Bernard’s Catholic Primary School, Green Oak Academy and Uffculme School have received similarly impressive Ofsted results, with high-quality educational options being available for a variety of beliefs.

Moseley baths

The Moseley Property Market

Besides Moseley’s famous food market, the Moseley property market truly offers something for everyone, with the selling market offering rather equal proportions of one, two, three and four bedroom properties including highly sought after Moseley apartments. This demonstrates just how cosmopolitan Moseley is, and how broad the appeal of this indie suburb is from students and singletons, to large families and working professionals. Property prices – regardless of size or format – are on a steady incline which bodes well for investors, but potential purchasers better be quick. Moseley property doesn’t remain on the market for long, with the median selling time for a home in the B13 district being a mere 26 days.

The past year has seen Moseley’s popularity amongst purchasers soar, with both flats and houses seeing a drastic reduction in time spent on the market: in April 2021, a flat would take on average 147 days to sell, which has been reduced by 44% within just twelve months. In short, property in Moseley is becoming more and more coveted, making now the best time to invest in this sought-after region.

Cannon Hill Moseley

What is there to do in Moseley?

The essence of the popular suburb is embodied in Cannon Hill Park, a beautiful, leafy space spanning 250 acres and appealing to a range of visitors – from wildlife admirers, to local students and families. It even has its own theme park for when the weather is suitable and, in the event of the classic British downpour, there is always the Nature Centre and Midlands Art Centre to explore.

For fans of Cannon Hill Park’s abundant greenery there is Moseley Bog, the playground of a young JRR Tolkien and his inspiration for the vivid landscapes of Middle Earth. Those with a keen interest in wildlife will relish the beauty of this nature reserve and home to the first archaeological burnt mound discovery in the entire West Midlands dating back over 3,000 years.

Prince of Wales Moseley

Retail and hospitality in Moseley

Residents also delight in the abundance of quirky shops and local pubs making Moseley a truly tight-knit community. Most notable is the beloved Prince of Wales pub – winner of the British Institute of Innkeepers award – which helps the cosmopolitan suburb maintain its village charm despite its close proximity to the bustle of the City Centre.

The pride of Moseley residents can also be found in the many community-driven gatherings that take place in Moseley each year: from the local produce flaunted at Moseley Farmers Market to the celebration of local musical talent at Moseley Folk Festival.

Our new homes in Moseley

Oakview Moseley Square

Prices from £234,950

A collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments in leafy and vibrant suburb of Moseley.

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Moseley Central Square
Moseley Central

Prices from £214,950

A ccontemporary development of studio, one, two and three bed apartments in the heart of Moseley.

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Latest information about Moseley

After being voted the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times, inward investment and the increasing popularity of the region continue to positively impact property prices and quality of life for the residents of Moseley.

Moseley has secured a portion of the £61 million investment to restore the Camp Hill Railway line, further connecting Moseley to Birmingham city centre and its neighbouring suburbs. Due to open in 2023, work has already started in Moseley and seeks to better the connectivity of the suburb to the rest of Birmingham and the West Midlands. Commuters across the ever popular Alcester Road will soon be able to reduce their travel time whilst opting for a more environmentally option to reach their desired destination.

Foodies will also be glad to hear that Moseley is welcoming independent restaurant businesses in their droves, including Melt which has already received widespread acclaim and has brought cheese-obsessives into the suburb from across the district. Soufi, an ode to Moseley’s diverse and cosmopolitan appeal, is yet another example of an independent business thriving in Moseley, creating jobs, opportunities and – above all – good food.

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