We're Bourne and Bred
We've lived in the area with our family for over 100 years. We know Bournville and what it means to live there.
At Horton & Storey Estate Agents Bournville, our managing director and his family have lived in the area for over 100 years. We understand what it means to live in Bournville and how your home reflects you and your family.
A Unique History
As Estate Agents in Bournville, Horton & Storey can provide solutions to the challenges you face moving home. Whether you’re looking to downsize and stay in the area or you’re a busy family wanting more space, we have a clear process for helping you move your life forward. We have extensive knowledge of the local property market and provide a wide range of services, including valuations, downsizing support, and advice on reducing the risk of your sale falling through.
One of the most notable features of Bournville is its rich history. The area is home to several historic sites, including the Bournville Village Trust, which the Cadbury family established in 1900 to provide affordable housing and recreational facilities for the local community working at the Cadburys Chocolate factory. Bournville Green is a picturesque village green home to several traditional shops, including a delightful coffee shop, providing a charming and unique shopping experience.
Transport and Schooling
Transport links in Bournville are excellent, with easy access to the M5 and M42 motorways and several bus routes via the Pershore and Bristol Roads. Additionally, train services connect the area with the rest of the city via the cross-city line. Birmingham city centre is just a 15-minute train journey away, making it easy for residents to access the city’s many attractions and amenities.
Bournville is also home to several excellent schools, including Bournville Infant and Junior School, which Tom’s family have attended since shortly after The Great War over 100 years ago, with this Grandfather, father and himself all attending the schools. This means for people looking to instruct an Estate Agent in Bournville, you will not find an estate agent more qualified, knowledgeable and sympathetic regarding the history, architecture and local importance of Bournville.
Parks and leisure activities are also abundant in Bournville, with several green spaces and recreational areas for residents to enjoy. Bournville Park is a popular spot for families, with its playgrounds, open spaces and Bournbook, while the nearby valley pool and Rowheath playing fields offer walking paths. Additionally, there are several sports clubs and community groups in the area, providing a range of activities for residents, most notably the Rowheath Pavillion, which always has something to get involved in.
If you’re interested in selling or buying property in Bournville, our team at Horton & Storey can solve your moving problems.
To book a valuation or to find out more about our services, please get in touch with us today.
Additionally, you can use The Ultimate Risk Reduction Guide, which will help you to understand the steps you can take to reduce risk when buying or selling property.