A delightfully traditional enclave of character homes originally established around the ancient St Mary’s church which originally served a much wider area dating back as far as the tenth century.
Nowadays, the area is known for its bustling nightlife, speciality shops fronting on to Hagley Road and Heath Lane and its convenience to Stourbridge Junction Railway Station which offers easy access to Birmingham and Worcester.
The schools are regarded as some of the best in the area including the Church of England Primary, St Josephs Catholic, the renowned Oldswinford Hospital School (locally known as Osh!) and the highly regarded Rudolf Steiner Elmfield School.
Easy access is afforded via the A491 (Hagley Road) which will take you to Stourbridge Town Centre or alternatively out to the M5 motorway.
The important heritage of the village is preserved in part by the designation of a Conservation Area centred around Love Lane, Farlands Road and Corser Street. Those properties overlooking or close to Mary Stevens Park including Heath Lane and Stanley Road continue to be highly sought after.
We are fortunate to have a senior member of our sales team, Pam Holley currently resident in Oldswinford on the Hagley Road. Pam offers a wealth of experience and an intimate local knowledge of the area where she has lived for many years.