Oldbury Area Guide
LYP is so proud to call Oldbury our home. The town is one of Sandwell’s major highlights, and is a proud part of the Black Country. Unsurprisingly, the administrative centre of the borough of Sandwell is Oldbury. Oldbury is not only great for residents, but is also a fantastic place to do business.
The town has a long history of commerce and was chosen as the location for the inaugural branch of Lloyds Bank in 1864. You can be part of the next chapter of Oldbury’s rich trading history by selling your home at a price that Lloyds Bank would admire, thanks to our exceptional estate agents.
Neighborhoods include Langley Green, Warley, Brandhall, Londonderry, Brades Village and Lion Farm.
Transport links in Oldbury
Train – Oldbury town centre is only a few steps away from Sandwell & Dudley station. From there you can get to Birmingham New Street comfortably within the hour. From there, the whole of the UK is your oyster.
Bus – the 87 route will drop you straight into Birmingham city centre. The 74 will also take you to Birmingham, but goes as far as Dudley, giving you excellent opportunities to explore the Black Country more widely. These routes have incredible frequency ranging from 10-30 minutes depending on your time of travel. Other services include the 89, 126, 13, 5, 238, 404, 404A, 404H, 688.
Local property professionals
Our estate agents in Oldbury give your home maximum exposure online & offline, getting it more views from potential applicants, therefore more offers, and ultimately the highest possible finishing value. This means you end up with more money in your pocket and you enjoy higher quality service. We pride ourselves on the range of properties we offer, from houses for sale, warehouse apartments, penthouses and flats for sale to commercial properties.
If you are interested to know the house prices in this area, read our article: How much does a house cost in Oldbury.
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