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Ideally located near to plentiful open spaces, the vibrant and bustling suburb of Erdington also benefits from being within easy reach of Birmingham city centre. With simple access to the extensive motorway network, a number of other major towns and cities in the West Midlands and surrounding areas are also reachable. It’s these benefits as well as the wealth of available amenities that make Erdington a superb location to lead a convenient, modern lifestyle.
What’s in Erdington?
Our houses for sale in Erdington benefit from being close to Pype Hayes Park, which offers more than 100 acres of space, including a fishing pool, bowling green and hard and grass tennis courts. There are also a number of ornamental gardens to enjoy, and a children’s play area. Erdington also benefits from a good selection of public and private schools in the suburb, meaning it is able to fulfil educational requirements for all ages.
What else does Erdington have to offer?
When it comes to shopping, those looking for new homes in Erdington have a great choice.The Fort Shopping Park is home to numerous well known high street retailers, with a number of places to eat and drink. For a more household-focused shopping experience, Castle Vale and Ravenside retail parks are both close by and easily accessible by car.
Away from the shops are the leisure facilities at Star City. Perfect for the whole family, activities include mini golf and tenpin bowling, with a 25-screen cinema multiplex and plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink too.
For something more tranquil, the open space at Plantsbrook Local Nature Reserve is a great place for all the family to take advantage of open water, wetland, woodland and meadow.
Thanks to the nearby M6 Toll, Junction 9 of the M42 and Junction 5 of the M6, commuting and general travelling within the West Midlands and beyond is made easy. For train travel, Erdington train station is half a mile away from the development, while Birmingham’s New Street station will take you anywhere in the country.
What will I find outside of Erdington?
Just 5 miles away from houses in Erdington is Birmingham City Centre. With the big shopping names of the Bullring and the Mailbox providing the majority of high street names, the city’s vibrant streets are also home to a number of boutique stores, characterful markets and the sparkle of the Jewellery Quarter.
Located just minutes away from the city centre is Brindleyplace. This canalside development is a great place to relax as well as socialise in a different part of the city, and is home to smart hotels, independent shops and a number of bars and restaurants.
If sport is your favourite pastime, Birmingham and the wider region also hosts the very best in amateur and professional sport. From international athletics to test cricket, tennis to Ryder Cup golf, and Premier League and Championship football, you’ll never be short of something to participate in or watch.