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- Green areas
- Pastime locations (restaturants, coffee shops, clubs, etc.)
- Grocery store
- Fitness center
We have a range of beautiful rooms available to suit your budget within traditional victorian houses and purpose built flats, close to Kings Heath high street and Cock Moors Leisure centre.
What you can expect
- Fully furnished rooms with double beds, wardrobes, shelves / chest of drawers.
- 3 piece suite bathroom with integrated shower
- Living room with TV, fireplace and DVD player
- Large fully integrated kitchen with dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, electric oven and hobs
What your rent includes
Sky Sports and Full Sky package
Weekly maid service
Phone line rental
We have a variety of rooms to suit your budget and needs.
Single Bedrooms from just £75 per week fully inclusive
Small Double bedrooms from just £85 per week fully inclusive
Large Double Bedrooms from just £95 per week fully inclusive
Large En-Suite bedrooms from just £125 per week fully inclusive
We will provide you a guide upon commencement of your tenancy which includes information on the local area including local services such as doctors and dentists right through to where to get a Chinese takeaway!
Kings Heath is a suburb of Birmingham, three miles south of the city centre. It is the next suburb south from Moseley on the Alcester Road. Kings Heath used to be part of the Royal Manor of Kings Norton. No-one can seem to agree whether Kings Heath should be called a ‘village’ or a ‘town’ centre. Nevertheless, whatever it is called the main junction at the heart of this centre is now being developed to form a new public square, surrounded by community facilities, and this will become a venue for the monthly Farmers Market and other events.
Kings Heath and Surrounding Areas
Kings Heath is a busy and vibrant community with close proximity to the centre of Birmingham. As Birmingham developed it was inevitable that Kings Heath would end up as a suburb of Birmingham. With the addition of a railway station in 1840 its popularity increased.
Kings Heath contains two parks: Kings Heath Park and Highbury Park. Kings Heath Park provides an oasis of tranquillity for local residents. It has excellent educational facilities, plenty of shops and local amenities and is a sought after location in which to live.
The central shopping area runs along the High Street and Alcester Road, and the shops include branches of national chain stores, supermarkets, electrical retailers, and opticians. There are also a number of pubs and churches and schools on and around the High Street.
Jan 12 - Feb 21