Estate Agents Halesowen
53 High Street
Telephone: 0121 809 9809
Our Halesowen estate agents branch is located in Halesowen town centre, directly across the road from the church. This central location allows us to easily cover the whole of Halesowen and the surrounding areas of the West Midlands and the Black Country. The prominent location of our office has always granted us plenty of attention from anyone walking past, especially local residents.
The friendly, professional team in our Halesowen branch is always happy to have a chat to discuss the next steps in your property journey. Whether you're looking to sell, buy, rent, or let out a property, our staff are extensively trained, and have over 30 years of combined experience in the property industry.
Every member of staff on the AP Morgan team across all of our branches is highly trained and passionate about property. Our goal is to deliver the highest standard of customer service to our customers. We aim to deliver the best possible experience across all aspects of the estate agency process from the first contact you have with us. If you're a seller, this is everything from carrying out viewings and managing your sale, all the way to the conclusion of the after-sales process. Our estate agents Halesowen team are fully committed to ensuring your sale progresses to completion once we have found your buyer. Further to that, we keep our buyers and sellers up to date throughout the entire process and contact them at every stage. We believe this gives our customers complete peace of mind that their sale or purchase is in good hands.
Halesowen is situated within the West Midlands, roughly seven miles from Birmingham city centre. The area is mainly primarily suburban, however borders directly onto vast greenbelt land, including the Clent Hills. Central Halesowen is home to the Cornbow Shopping Centre, which opens up onto the popular, thriving Halesowen High Street. The town centre also contains a historic Norman Church and a football ground where local club Halesowen Town FC play. The majority of the properties in and around Halesowen were built in the thirty years following World War 2, like many of the properties in. However, there are a large number of 18th century Victorian and Edwardian terraces properties in much of the town.
Get in touch with our estate agents Halesowen team today to find out how we can help you through your property journey.
Just 9 miles from Birmingham city centre and a mere 6 miles from Dudley, let’s look at Halesowen in more detail as part of our AP Morgan Area Guide. It’s a large town that is characterised by period homes from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, with the majority of the property dating from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Halesowen has a redeveloped town centre, with the Cornbow at its heart, as well as a new bus station, with shopping receiving a commendation from the RPO in 2008.
How is property performing in Halesowen?
According to raw data, properties in Halesowen had an overall average sale price of £202,680 over the last year.
Most of the sales in Halesowen over the past year were semi-detached properties which on average sold for £204,395. Terraced properties had an average sold price of £170,756 and detached properties averaged at £294,163.
Halesowen, with an overall average price of £202,680 was more expensive than nearby Cradley Heath (£164,018), Rowley Regis (£154,611) and Bartley Green (£159,278).
In the past year house prices in Halesowen were 4% up on the year before and 12% up on 2017 when they averaged at £180,802.
Property prices have a wide span in Halesowen - you can easily buy a one-bedroom property for under £100,000 or a detached executive home for in excess of £500,000, with many higher value homes clustered around Hagley Road to the south-west of the town.
Popular Halesowen suburbs
You have many areas to choose a property from in Halesowen.
The areas northeast of the town, like Hurst Green and Shell Corner, benefit from a mix of housing types and prices with easy access to the M5.
Sandwiched between Leasowes Park and Woodgate Valley Country Park, Lapal and Quinton are popular suburbs, with Manor Lane epitomised by expansive 1930s properties, that are timeless in appeal.
Education in Halesowen
There are many good and outstanding schools in Halesowen - from Corngreaves Academy in Cradley Heath to The Earls High School on Furnace Lane. You can take your pick from 31 schools and colleges.
If you want to know how much your Halesowen home is worth, contact our specialist team of estate agents in Halesowen today.
We are centrally located in Halesowen town centre, at 53 High Street, with a large and friendly team of committed, specialist Halesowen estate agents covering the surrounding area, where we guarantee you will find both a warm welcome and award-winning service.
Our Halesowen estate agents team know the local property market well and are committed to selling or letting your home for the highest possible price in the shortest time.
Our branch manager, property consultants, after-sales consultant, Independent Financial Advisor, Domestic Energy Assessor and a professional photographer will make your property transaction as stress-free as possible - you can meet them (virtually) here.
You will find us open six days a week for any face to face enquiries with a fully bespoke online service, that combines traditional and digital values.