New Homes in Birmingham
Make the Move
Vibrant and energetic, the city of Birmingham offers something for everyone.
From great shopping and attractions to history, culture and green spaces, buying a new home in Birmingham provides everything you could want.
Fun all round
Families will love the selection of exciting attractions on offer in Birmingham.
Cadbury World, offers an indulgent trip into the world of confectionary. From chocolate rain to mixing your own sugary treat, the 14 zones inside offer plenty to see. Why not ride the Crunchie Rollercoaster or jump aboard the Cadbury Creme Egg Airship while you’re there?
An aquatic adventure can be experienced at Birmingham’s flagship National Sea Life Centre. Creatures of the deep roam here such as reef sharks and impressive multihued fish.
Birmingham also has a colourful history. Warwick Castle with its impressive grounds invites visitors to travel back in time, while Back to Back Housing is a restored courtyard from the 19th century, offering a glimpse into the lives of working people from 1840-1977.
Immerse yourself deeper into history with a visit to the Jewellery Quarter. Home to four Museums, you’ll find the Pen Room Museum, JW Evans, the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and Newman Brothers at the Coffin Works. Here you’ll find over 200 listed historical buildings alongside art galleries and jewellery shops.
Birmingham also plays host to the impressive Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum which features ten themed galleries. The interactive attraction covers a variety of science related subjects from intestines to aircraft.
Budding astronomers will be wowed by the city’s planetarium. Its domed ceiling uses cutting edge technology to present the mystery of the night sky in all its glory.
Time out from the city can be enjoyed at Sutton Park, Europe’s largest urban park. Cannon Hill Park is a further option outside of the city centre. Featuring the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, an impressive selection of flora and fauna is displayed here.
Birmingham offers great transport links making it easily accessible for anywhere in the UK.
Birmingham Airport offers easy access to destinations across the UK and the rest of the world with short and long haul flights provided by over 50 airlines.
Birmingham is easy to reach from whatever direction you’re travelling from.
Located at the heart of the motorway network, it’s connected by the M5, M6, M40 and M42, along with the A34 and A38. The M6 toll road is also close by, while the M1 is less than 30 minutes away.
There are three city centre railway stations in Birmingham which all provide speedy, regular connections to destinations both local and national.
New Street Station offers fast and frequent services to London Euston and many other major cities across the UK. Those travelling to London Marylebone can travel from Moor Street and Snow Street.