New homes in Halesowen
Live the life
Situated in Dudley on the edge of the Black Country, Halesowen is around 25 minutes from Birmingham.
Offering a quiet village, with the city on your doorstep, buying a new home in Halesowen gives you the best of both worlds.
Things to see and do
Halesowen is filled with history that’s shown in many of its buildings. Visit the Parish of St John the Baptist, the ruins of Halesowen Abbey and Leasowes Park; which is Grade I listed on English Heritage’s Register of Parks and Gardens.
Bordering a greenbelt area, you’ll have plenty of chance to enjoy the outdoors. Opposite to this, you’ll also find lively Birmingham on your doorstep. Filled with attractions and great shopping, you’ll never be short of things to do.
Kids will love Cadbury World. This attraction takes you through 14 zones where you can experience everything from the Aztec Jungle, learn about the origins of the cocoa bean and chocolate making.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is great if you history. Highlights include the Pre-Raphaelites collection, the Birmingham people and history collection and the Ancient Egypt collection.
Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum is another of the city’s top attractions. The award-winning museum has a planetarium with shows about astronomy and space, while the Spitfire Museum tells the story of the Spitfire and its role in the Second World War.
There are several good schools in the area, both primary and secondary, so families have plenty of choice. The University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University are close by for those wanting to study at higher education.
Halesowen is ideally located for commuting with Birmingham and Wolverhampton both within easy.
Birmingham is just half an hour away either by train or on the A456, while Wolverhampton can be accessed within 30 minutes on the A4123 or 45 minutes by train.
For those travelling further afield, Birmingham Airport can be reached in less than 40 minutes by road.