By:- Sahil Luthra
If you’re looking to buy your first home in Birmingham, Digbeth could be the perfect choice. Once home to the headquarters of Typhoo Tea, Digbeth was an industrial hub thanks to its proximity to both the Grand Union Canal and Digbeth Branch Canal.
Situated five miles northeast of the city centre, Erdington has to be one of the best places to live in and around Birmingham. Erdington has a rich past dating back to the 9th century when it was established after settlers travelled up the River Tame from Tamworth.
Edgbaston is one of the most affluent areas in Birmingham, well-known for its green spaces and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. It’s also the perfect location for sports fans: the area is home to Edgbaston Cricket Ground, one of England’s premier cricket venues
Harborne is a Victorian suburb, around three miles southwest from the city centre. The area has a long history, with the first written mention of Harborne in the Domesday Book of 1086. Today, Harborne is one of the best places to live in Birmingham for families
Holloway Head is the perfect choice for those who want to buy a brand-new property in the bustling heart of Birmingham. Once a derelict 1.3 acre plot, vacant for 25 years, the regeneration of Holloway Head is creating nearly 500 desirable new apartments in the city centre
The JQ has been a hub for the jewellery trade for hundreds of years and is still responsible for producing 40% of all jewellery made in the UK. It’s also a thriving cultural hub – a city-centre location with a village community spirit
Named as the ‘best urban area to live’ in 2015 by The Sunday Times, Moseley is famed for its Victorian architecture, monthly award-winning farmer’s market and summer Moseley Festival. There are plenty of independent bars, restaurants and cafes
Located 7.5 miles southeast of Birmingham, Solihull offers the best of both worlds for the perfect juxtaposition of city and country living. With several top-rated schools, Solihull is an ideal location for families, and with over 1,500 acres of parks, there are plenty of green spaces to keep the kids entertained as well
Sutton Coldfield and Four Oaks is a family-friendly community with quite a few convenient commuting options. Its known for its natural beauty—plenty of which can be found within its 2,400-acre reserve.
Erdington is just five miles northeast of Birmingham’s centre. Whether you prefer travelling by car, rail, or bus, this well-connected suburb’s Spaghetti Junction offers several options for reaching various parts of the UK. If you intend to frequently commute within