House for sale on Perriott Way, Harborne
No wonder the property market is looking so buoyant.
Online estate agents Purplebricks are already seeing interest in local properties from international investors.
And they have identified some key trends that buyers are looking for.
Harborne and Solihull are looking particularly strong, according to Purplebricks.
Here’s a quick run down on those trends with Purplebricks local property partner Phil Gould - with some hot properties on the market right now.
Eco- friendly homes
Phil says: “Next year, we could see an increased interest in eco-friendly homes. I have recently had a buyer from Hong Kong offer over the asking price on a property with solar panels in B92. They were very keen to find a property where they could reduce their carbon footprint and have expressed interest in ways they can make further improvements to score an EPC rating A.”
Outdoor space and office space
Phil says: “More people are home working and need space either within the home or an external office area. This is only likely to continue as we head into 2022 as more and more people move towards flexible working contracts.”
First time buyers and good schools
Phil says: “The demand for property has also increased amongst first time buyers in the area. Properties in school catchment areas will always be in demand with buyers, and I think people will want a mixture of country and city living. I have noticed a lot of sellers wanting to move out of the city / built up areas, however, city homes are still selling with exceptionally high demand especially from younger or first time buyers.’’
B93 will remain a popular postcode as properties fall within the catchment for Arden School. The same is true of B91, which is in the catchment for Tudor Grange. Postcodes which are likely to grow in popularity include B90 and B47. There are lots of new build properties here which seems to bring an influx of buyers to these postcodes.”
Purplebricks hot properties in Birmingham and Solihull
A selection of properties currently for sale in the Birmingham area that meet the the property market predictions from Purplebricks:
Superb two bedroom and two bath first floor apartment enjoying a prime location off Manor Road, set behind security gates and within only a stroll to Solihull town center and train station.
Only recently constructed to a high spec with most impressive communal hall stairs and landing, this spacious apartment offers gas central heating, double glazing, large open plan living kitchen, two bedrooms plus luxury en-suite and main bathroom. For more information go to Apartment 6/The Manor 64 Manor Road, Solihull, B91 2BP
2. Four bedroom detached house - Perriott Way, Harborne - £615,000
Having undergone a comprehensive refurbishment, the property has been upgraded with spotlights throughout, a new kitchen diner, underfloor heated stone flooring throughout the downstairs area (including the hallway, kitchen, washroom and utility room) and the garden has been landscaped with the addition of a wooden pergola and a fully insulated office/gym with spotlights and wood flooring. The ground floor of the property comprises of an entrance hall, a spacious lounge area, an open plan kitchen leading into the garden, a separate utility room, a guest WC and two storage cupboards. For more information go to 51 Perrott Way, Birmingham, B17 8LW
3. Two bedroom detached bungalow - Monkspath, Solihull - £399,950
Superb two bedroom modern detached bungalow enjoying a fantastic location along a cul- de- sac within Monkspath between town centres of Solihull and Shirley and close to local shops at Shelley Crescent. The gas centrally heated and double glazed property is set back from the road behind a lawn fore garden, plus driveway in front of the single garage. For more information go to 29 Highdown Crescent, Monkspath, B90 4TY
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