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The Oaks

Birmingham, West Midlands

Prices from £239,500 to £287,495

The Oaks is a development of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom new homes in King’s Norton, approximately seven miles, or a 15-minute train journey from the vibrant commercial hub of Birmingham. Appealing to first-time buyers, families and commuters, the properties benefit from good local amenities and easy access to key transport links for the region.

Development features

2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes

Garages, or allocated parking to all properties

Choice of local shopping and leisure amenities

Under two miles from King’s Norton railway station

Around seven miles from Birmingham city centre


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Coronavirus notice: From 18th May some of our Sales Centres and Showhomes are open by appointment only, with additional safety measures in place. Please contact us for any enquiries and to book your appointment.

Parsons Hill, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B30 3PP

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The Magnolia

Sales office opening hours

Monday Closed

Tuesday 10:30 – 17:00

Wednesday 10:30 – 17:00

Thursday 11:00 – 19:00

Friday 10:30 – 17:00

Saturday 10:30 – 17:00

Sunday Closed

 

 

Sales office contact

01217562966
theoaks@bellway.co.uk

Siteplan of The Oaks

The site plan is drawn to show the relative position of individual properties, NOT TO SCALE. This is a two dimensional drawing and will not show land contours and gradients, boundary treatments, landscaping or local authority street lighting. Footpaths subject to change. For details of individual properties and availability please refer to our Sales Advisor.

King’s Norton lies approximately seven miles south of central Birmingham. The Oaks is situated less than four miles from the A38, and 25 minutes from junction 2 of the M42.

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The local area

Shopping and dining

King’s Norton offers a selection of amenities, situated about a mile from the development, which include a supermarket, local stores and a choice of casual restaurants.

For destination shopping, or dining for all occasions, the city centre of Birmingham can be reached in approximately 20 minutes by car. Here, visitors will find an array of retail opportunities which include The Mailbox, Grand Central and Bullring malls; the latter incorporates the iconic Selfridges building, whose curved façade is covered with 15,000 aluminium discs, and is said to have been inspired by a Paco Rabanne chainmail dress.

Birmingham boasts a diverse and appealing culinary scene, and among its most notable restaurants are four that bear Michelin stars: Purnell’s, Adam’s, Simpsons, and Carters of Moseley, which is located just 15 minutes by car from The Oaks. However, it is the balti curry that Birmingham is arguably most famous for; the dish is believed to have originated here, and can be enjoyed in the ‘Balti Triangle’, the name given to the large cluster of balti houses which lie south of the city centre and around five miles from King’s Norton.

Leisure and entertainment

Less than two miles from The Oaks, King’s Norton Park offers a peaceful and verdant space in which to walk, run and cycle, and has a skatepark and playground for younger visitors. The Worcester and Birmingham, and Stratford-upon-Avon canals meet in King’s Norton; their towpaths provide pleasant walks and opportunities to see historic landmarks such as the King’s Norton Junction tollhouse.

King’s Norton is fewer than 10 minutes’ drive from the village of Bournville, which chocolate lovers may recognise as the ‘home’ of Cadbury’s. Its best-known attraction is Cadbury World, a family exhibition dedicated to the heritage and making of its chocolate; however, the idyllic village itself, founded by George and Richard Cadbury, boasts many elaborate houses and buildings in addition to the Selly Manor Museum.

Central Birmingham, renowned for its thriving cultural scene, has a wealth of museums, galleries, and live music and theatre venues throughout the city. The Birmingham Hippodrome presents enchanting performances by the Birmingham Royal Ballet, in addition to musicals, dance, opera and plays; Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery showcases Old Masters alongside contemporary pieces; and music venues such as the The Jam House host regular soul, jazz and rock nights. From King’s Norton, Birmingham is a 15-minute train journey away.

Education

Families at The Oaks will benefit from being in close proximity to several well-regarded local schools. For younger children, Broadmeadow Junior School is just five minutes’ walk from the development; Bells Farm, King’s Norton and The Oaks primary schools can all be found less than a mile away.

Older students are served by Ark Kings Academy, approximately a mile away, and King’s Norton Girls’ School and Sixth Form, which can be reached in about a 10-minute drive.

Those interested in pursuing higher education are within easy reach of central Birmingham and its several universities, which include the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University, both of which are around five miles from King’s Norton.

Transport

King’s Norton offers ease of access to several major transport links for the region. From The Oaks, the A38 for Birmingham is around three miles away; junction 2 of the M42 can be reached in around 10 minutes’ drive. Both of these roads connect to the M5 for Worcester and Dudley; the M42 also joins the M40 for Oxford and London.

King’s Norton benefits from its own railway station, located approximately a mile and a half from the development. The station provides direct services to Birmingham New Street, with a journey time of about 15 minutes.

Birmingham Airport, around 25 minutes’ drive away, is one of the UK’s major airports and serves a large number of domestic and international destinations.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.