Bromsgrove is a thriving town with plenty to see and do for all ages. With an array of different shops, restaurants, businesses and tourist attractions, Bromsgrove town centre has fast become the heart of a growing community. Popular attractions within Bromsgrove include the Artrix Art Centre with it's theatre, cinema and live music, and it also benefits from the surrounding Worcestershire countryside offering a pleasant location for a relaxing walk and country lunch.

The Bromsgrove property market is busy with a wide range of properties from modern apartments to character cottages and farm houses. There is a high demand from buyers making buying a property in Bromsgrove a good investment as well as it being a great place to live. The town is popular with commuters due to its close proximity to the M42, M5 and M40. Bromsgrove railway station is also undergoing a refurbishment program. Prices typically range from retirement properties at £70,000 to detached family homes at £300,000.

Bromsgrove is popular with young families and first time buyers. There are a wide number of schools in the area including the renowned Bromsgrove School.

Bromsgrove is the birth place of the poet A.E Housman. It is also well-known for its nail making heritage. During the 19th century nail making was one of the principal trades. You can still eat and drink in The Nailers Arms. Nail making equipment and a reconstructed nail shop that once stood in Melbourne Road can be seen at Avoncroft Buildings Museum.

Bromsgrove has a wide range of property types ranging in age from Tudor Cottages to modern detached homes and apartments. With prices starting around £70,000 for an apartment and detached family homes starting around £200,000 there are properties to suit most buyers tastes and budgets.

We have an extensive range of properties for sale and find there is a busy buy to let market as well owner occupiers. Bromsgrove has expanded in recent years and now has a number of modern developments to complement the more traditional properties of the older town centre.

If you are looking for a modern property then Oakhalls is probably the most sought after location. More traditional properties can be found in Stoke Heath and Finstall. There are also a number of villages within easy reach of Bromsgrove with charming cottages and country houses.

Rental prices in Bromsgrove start from £400pcm for one bedroom flats in the town centre. Three bedroom family homes start around £650pcm. there is a high demand for rented accommodation making Bromsgrove an ideal are to purchase an investment property.

Bromsgrove has great links to Birmingham and the surrounding area via the M5 and M42. There is also a mainline railway station. Sanders Park is Bromsgrove's Premier Park which attracts over 350,000 visitors per year.

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