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Until just over 100 years ago Moseley was a Worcestershire ‘Village’ that was soon to be engulfed into the suburbs of an ever expanding Birmingham that had been at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution.

Today, Moseley is regarded as one of the most desirable areas in south Birmingham, and this view was confirmed when the area was voted as one of the best places to live in Britain (Sunday Times 6th March 2015).

The area benefits from a core housing stock dating from the late Victorian era which gives the area its distinct character. There are a variety of property sizes and styles which help attract a range of owners and renters that collectively give the area its bohemian feel.

Although the centre of Moseley, otherwise known as Moseley ‘Village’, is just three miles from the centre of our second city (directly linked by one of Birmingham’s most frequent bus services), the area has a high proportion of green spaces including several public parks, Moseley Bog nature reserve (with links to the famous children’s author J R Tolkein) and the often unknown and hidden treasure, Moseley Private Park, which comes alive each summer with the Moseley Folk and Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festivals.

The area is well known for its independent shops, restaurants and bars and is particularly bustling when the Moseley Farmers' Market is in full swing once a month.

As we are based in Moseley ‘Village’ we are particularly passionate about this most exciting and unique area of Birmingham. Robert Aston & Company can help to find property for sale or rent for buyers and sellers who are looking to be part of this most vibrant, characterful and interesting area.

Basic Moseley Statistics at a glance:

Postcodes: B13 (Majority of)
Major Bus Routes: 50, 1, 35, 2, 3
Main ‘A’ Roads: A435
City Centre: 2.7 miles (from ‘Village’)*
M42 Junction 3: 6.7 miles (from ‘Village’)*
M6 Junction 6: 5.4 miles (from ‘Village’)*

*Distances calculated using AA Route Planner.

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