5 family homes in Birmingham near highly rated schools
We’ve found five family homes currently on the market which are near to some highly-rated schools
4 bedroom detached house in Starbold Crescent, Solihull
There is understandably a desire for families to buy a house within the catchment area of a good school.
Finding the perfect family home is one thing, but parents will also want to know if their property is going to be close to good schools so their children can get the best education possible.
And a great school can also have a big impact on the property market that surrounds it.
Chris Poole, the local property partner at Purplebricks estate agents, said: “I often say to vendors that headteachers probably don’t realise the ‘halo’ effect they have on the surrounding property market if they manage an outstanding school.
“I would say that a 10% housing price ‘bubble’ sits around the outstanding school catchment areas – so changes to a catchment can have big impact beyond those simply looking for a next school.”
And houses in Birmingham near top-rated schools can sell very quickly, so we’ve found five currently on the market with Purplebricks close by to some highly-rated schools by Ofsted.
Morningside, Sutton Coldfield
This large and modern five bedroom property would make a lovely family home. The property also has three reception rooms – offering plenty of space for a family. There’s also a double garage for all the kids’ bikes and golf clubs.
The property is located in a quiet cul-de-sac location close to Sutton park and Sutton town centre. Wyndley swimming baths and leisure centre is also just a short distance away and the house is within a mile of Bishop Vessey Grammar School and the Holland House nursery an infant School - both were rated outstanding by Ofsted.
See the property here.
Hathaway Road, Sutton Coldfield
This three-bedroom family home in Sutton Coldfield has plenty of character and is close to some top schools.
It has a large driveway with space for three cars, and the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes running the depth of the bedroom, and there is also a modern and refitted shower room with a walk-in double shower.
The spacious property is within easy reach of top local schools, including Four Oaks Primary, which was rated outstanding by Ofsted and Langley Primary School which was rated good.
See the property in full here.
Pickwick Grove, Birmingham
This impressive five-bedroom is ideal for modern living, with space that works for the whole family.
The property has a good-sized kitchen with views over the garden and is close to Swanshurst Girls School and Wheelers Lane boys School which were both given outstanding by Ofsted, and Wheelers Lane Primary School and Bishop Challonor Secondary School which were given a good rating.
See more here.
Melville Road, Edgbaston
This stunning property is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac within the ever-popular location of Edgbaston.
A short stroll from St. Augustine’s Church, the characterful four-bedroom end of terrace family home has accommodation packed with original features spread over three floors, and has been maintained to a superb standard by it’s current owners.
The property is just a four minute drive from the George Dixon Academy and close to Chad Vale Primary School. Both schools were rated good by Ofsted.
See the property in full here.
Starbold Crescent, Solihull
This modern four-bedroom house is situated in a quiet location within walking distance of Knowle High street.
The quality fitted kitchen has quartz bench tops and the family room and master suite also have underfloor heating.
The house is also just three miles from Solihull town centre and 20 minutes from Birmingham International Airport.
Dorridge Primary School and Alderbrook School are both close by and were both rated good in the latest Ofsted report.
You can see the property in full here.
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