Estate Agents Bromsgrove - Catshill
Catshill is a village just north of Bromsgrove, nestled in the Worcestershire countryside, although considered by many a part of Bromsgrove town due to its proximity. Catshill has a surprising range of properties for its size, including a wide range of larger and smaller houses, period properties, and flats. The village is home to two schools, Catshill First School and Catshill Middle School. In the centre of the village are a selection of shops, including a Coop, Spar, Pharmacy, and a variety of restaurants – on the same road lies Catshill’s village hall, which is host to a variety of activities, such as martial arts classes and IT skills.
Catshill is a popular area for commuters – served regularly by several bus companies, with routes to Bromsgrove, Worcester, Droitwich, Stourbridge, Merry Hill, Halesowen, and Birmingham. The town also benefits from proximity to the M5 and M42 proximity, making travel by car very easy.
AP Morgan Bromsgrove estate agents are leading independent estate agents for Catshill near Bromsgrove, being located in the town centre on Worcester Road, for all your property needs.
We have a professional and experienced team who are specialists in the Bromsgrove property market. You can meet them all (virtually) here.
Catshill in Bromsgrove is one of the most popular suburbs
It’s a great place to live and work and AP Morgan should be the Bromsgrove estate agent of choice when you’re selling, letting or buying in Catshill.
Contact our Bromsgrove estate agents branch today for expert advice and help.
Firstly, where is Catshill?
Catshill is an expanding village some two miles north of Bromsgrove, with easy access to the M5 and M42. It is one say the commuting distance of Birmingham, just 15 miles north via the M5, yet it retains a distinct charm of its own. Worcester is easily accessible too.
Given its proximity to excellent road networks, it may not surprise you to learn that the village was formed in 1844 as a turnpike stop for toll payments.
Family life in Catshill
Catshill is a popular place for families and if you have children, you have Catshill First School on Gibb Lane and Catshill Middle School on Meadow Road. Both are federated and were classed as “Good” too by Ofsted inspections in 2017 and live by the motto “Where Individuals Matter.”
There’s also a small library and village hall in Catshill.
If you’re looking to move to Catshill, pop into our Bromsgrove estate agents branch to chat about why it is a good place to settle.
As well as a first and middle school, you will find Catshill has other aspects to recommend it. It has a choice fine Indian restaurants on Golden Cross Lane, namely Spices Catshill and Dine India. The Royal Oak on Barley Mow Lane has a fine menu of food and gin, or try a carvery at the highly-rated Plough and Harrow on Stourbridge Road. There are several small supermarkets like the Co-op and One Stop. If you’re a keen golfer, great golf clubs are close to hand too.
Property prices in Catshill
Last year most property sales in Catshill involved detached properties which sold for on average £402,387. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £223,720, while terraced properties fetched £171,894.
Catshill, with an overall average price of £324,255, was similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Lickey End (£329,920), but was more expensive than Bromsgrove (£276,394) and cheaper than Blackwell (£468,249).
During the last year, sold prices in Catshill were 11% up on the previous year and 25% up on 2017 when the average house price was £259,979.
If you want to know how much your Catshill home is worth, contact our specialist team of Bromsgrove estate agents today.
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