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Perton got its name from 'Pear Town' - referring to a particular type of pear which grows in the area. The original manor was owned by Edward the Confessor and then by the Abbot of Westminster until 1162 when it was transferred to the monarch who then gave it to Lord William Perton. During the first World War, Fern Fields was used as a relief landing ground for No 38 (Home Defence) Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps.

Perton and its surrounding villages are popular places for a range of buyers, from professionals to families, with easy links to motorways and to the nearby city of Wolverhampton and good schools. Many buyers will start with a smaller property in one of the locations and then move onto a larger property either in the same area or in one of the nearby villages.

Manager of the Perton Office, Mrs Sabi Kooner, has lived in Perton for 21 years, "Perton is a friendly village style area which has many amenities in the centre of Perton, but has easy access to nearby Telford, Wolverhampton City centre, and the villages of Codsall, Pattingham Albrighton and Brewood. My children have grown up in Perton and gone to the local schools which have had good Ofsted reports. The area also provides plenty of activities for all age ranges."

As a popular residential area, Perton consists of modern housing ranging from flats to two bedroom houses, three bedroom semi's, and four bedroom detached houses. The nearby villages of Codsall, Pattingham and Albrighton and Brewood also feature a mixture of properties ranging from one or two bedroom flats, townhouses, Victorian and Edwardian semi detached and detached homes.

As one of Perton's most popular estate agents, Your Move has a great choice of property for sale in Perton, as well as the immediate areas of Codsall/Bilbrook, Pattingham, Brewood and Albrighton. We offer a friendly and effective customer service and customers come to us over and over again.

The price of property rentals starts at about £300 for a studio apartment, and £795-950 pcm for a four bedroom detached house in Perton itself. Needless to say, the price will increase depending on the type of property and the area it is situated in. The Perton Your Move office runs a very successful lettings business alongside the residential side.

The Perton area benefits from a diverse selection of popular smaller shops along with larger supermarkets such as Sainsbury's; as well as a diverse range of bistro's, restuarants, and cafes.

Perton and the surrounding villages offer many amenities ranging from the church in each village, local football teams, community centres which have productions during the year as well as a range of classes from fitness to karate to bridge. Each village holds annual events including the yearly carnival, Christmas light switch on, and various other community events. The internationally popular Tough Guy Competition is also held here twice yearly in January and July.

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