As Birmingham house prices have recently become the fastest growing in the country , areas like Moseley have been at the epicentre of this property price growth.
Moseley’s unique blend of leafy suburbia and inner-city hipster vibes have made it one of the most popular places to live in Birmingham - with property prices rising in response.
Moseley has long been celebrated as one of the best places to live in Birmingham - even winning the Sunday Times best place to live in Britain award in 2015.
The village is known for its artsy vibe, its long history of appealing to “liberal-minded academics”, detached period properties and an abundance of great pubs.
In the past year alone, average sold prices have risen by 13%, increasing from £215,218 to £243,129.
There are still some cheaper properties up for sale in Moseley, however.
We’ve looked for the cheapest house in Moseley on the market right now - discounting apartments, garages, retirement homes, shared ownership properties and auction properties.
For £129,950, you can get this terraced house on Towyn Road.
Located behind Moseley Bog and near to the Stratford Road, this is currently the cheapest house you can buy in the B13 postcode - with the asking price half that of the average for the rest of the area.
The house is made up of a reception room, kitchen, two bedrooms and rear garden.
At the other end of the scale, the most expensive home in Moseley is this massive ten bedroom property on Amesbury Road - on the market for £1,500,000.