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3 Top Suburban Locations in Birmingham

Birmingham is a diverse city brimming with culture, pubs, parks, markets and more! With such a ra...

Birmingham is a diverse city brimming with culture, pubs, parks, markets and more! With such a range of suburbs available for you to choose from, how do you decide which is best for you? Below we give you some insight into the best suburbs Birmingham has to offer. 

1. Moseley

Moseley has held the title of the best place in the UK for city living by the Sunday Times, beating out competition from the likes of London's Mayfair. It's described as having a "village community" and bursting with pubs and parks. Cannon Hill is the city’s most popular park, with its sprawling beautiful Victorian landscaping, series of ponds and lakes, and the Midlands Art Centre (MAC). 

Cannon Hill is the city’s most popular park, with its sprawling beautiful Victorian landscaping, series of ponds and lakes, and the Midlands Art Centre (MAC). 

Moseley also offers the Moseley Park and Pool that's hidden behind the high street shops. You've also got a brilliant range of pubs, including the famous Prince of Wales, and, if you enjoy markets, then you'll be pleased to know that Moseley holds an award-winning farmer's market monthly.This is the perfect suburb for family life and those who wish to experience a village feel within a city. 

This is the perfect suburb for family life and those who wish to experience a village feel within a city. 

2. Edgbaston

Known for its large houses and leafy, winding roads, Edgbaston includes the beautiful botanical gardens, as well as a large reservoir that’s popular with budding athletes. It's also home to the University of Birmingham campus.

It's a perfect place for those wanting to emerge themselves in the city life but is still able to escape the hustle and bustle. It's also home to Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as top quality gastropubs. 

3. Kings Heath

ith a bustling high street and one of Birmingham's most popular live music venues, the Hare and Hounds pub, Kings Heath is a place that's also buzzing the atmosphere and creativity. There’s a popular street food market held monthly for all your favourite culinary cuisines, and the parks of Highbury and Kings Heath add beautiful shades of green to the city.

Wherever you decide to base yourself in Birmingham, we have a wide range of properties available for you to consider. For the best letting agency Birmingham has to offer, please contact Belvoir today.

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