‘Kingswinford Cross’ marks the centre of this busy mini metropolis lying a short distance from Stourbridge which represents the gateway to open countryside, the pretty villages of Staffordshire, the Black Country to the East and Wolverhampton to the North.
The bustling shopping centre, its revamped library, thriving medical centre, beautiful King George VI park and eateries too numerous to mention make Kingswinford a much sought after place to live for first time buyers and families. Add excellent schools such as The Summerhill and Crestwood that provide first class facilities, the renowned Dudley & Kingswinford Rugby Club with its associated Sports and Running Club and the picture becomes clear as to why it is a family location of choice.
From the traditional leafy suburbs to the west off Market Street and Moss Grove, radiating out to the fine individual homes of nearby Lawnswood, to the period terraces off the side roads that straddle the main arterial routes, newer homes have also made their presence felt around the outskirts with significant new schemes such as Himley View by Taylor Wimpey off Stallings Lane. Overlapping with Wallheath, Wombourne and Himley, the adjacent semi rural suburbs beckon those seeking the benefits of living in ‘the country’.
The region is well served by road networks that lead northwards towards Wolverhampton and the M6 beyond and south towards Kidderminster and Worcester and west out towards Bridgnorth.
Our position as local market specialists is bolstered By Lex Allan Lettings Director Jason Morris and his family making Kingswinford their home. Jason would be happy to discuss the benefits of living in the area with any ‘would be’ buyers.