Solihull Area Guide
Solihull is situated 7.5 miles southeast of Birmingham, 18 miles northwest of Warwick and 93 miles northwest of London. To describe Solihull as affluent would be the understatement of the decade. Some of the UK’s most valuable properties, highest earners and most boutique shops sit side-by-side to create a wealth magnet of epic proportions sitting on the border between Birmingham and Warwickshire.
Thanks to Solihull’s conveniently located train station which has frequent services to and from Birmingham’s Moor Street Station, you can come to view property here and take in the town’s lucrative atmosphere from anywhere in the UK. Once you’ve finished admiring Solihull’s houses, you can enjoy its shops. Touchwood Shopping Centre has all your favourite brands and a series of restaurants serving delicious meals throughout the day. From the latest home accessories at John Lewis to beautiful jewellery at Fraser Hart, Touchwood has it all. Mell Square is also a must visit mall for shopping lovers. It’s art galleries mean that you may well come with an urge to splurge and leave with a new painting.
If you enjoy the finer things in life. Then you will love living in Solihull. If you have spent many happy years living in Solihull, and you’re looking to sell your home, you’ll love the exclusively high selling price that our expert estate agents can achieve for you.
Solihull has no university, but there are seven universities within 16 miles of the town; five in Birmingham and two in Coventry.
Solihull College, incorporates a University Centre which offers several foundation degree and full degree courses, particularly in technical subject areas such as computer sciences and engineering.
A number of main roads pass through Solihull including the A41 Birmingham to Warwick road and the A34 Birmingham to Stratford road. The M42 and the M40 both pass through Solihull and provide links to Oxford and London and to the rest of the motorway network surrounding the West Midlands.
Solihull is one of the best connected towns in the region with a range of services including commuter train services from Solihull Station to both Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill stations and direct to London Marylebone.
Are you interested to know the house prices in this area? Read our article: How much does a house cost in Solihull?
Local property professionals
Our Estate Agents in Solihull 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 a 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.