The 10 Birmingham neighbourhoods with most houses with big gardens, including Moseley & Sparkbrook

The best areas in Birmingham to own a property with a garden space have been unveiled in a new study

Having a spacious and lovely garden can be one of the biggest attractions for people who are looking to buy a new home.

A large garden can be ideal for the children when they fancy having a kick about, or for people who want to grow their own fruit and vegetables - it's certianly a huuge plus of owning your own home.

But, the cost of homes for first-time buyers has reached unprecedented levels, making it challenging for people to meet the soaring mortgage expenses. Nonetheless, for numerous families, the presence of a garden space is a crucial factor in determining the location to start their new life journey.

Due to this, MG Timber and Online Marketing Surgery have created the Garden Space Report which helped rank areas in Birmingham based on their outdoor space area, revealing the best and worst areas to buy houses with a garden.

The data around access to gardens and public green spaces in Great Britain was taken from the Office for National Statistics. The data analysis the private outdoor space of hosues, using the length and width measurement (M2). We've take a look at the research to reveal the top 10 Birmingham neighbourhoods to buy a house for garden space in the city.

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