Wolverhampton is the third largest urban area in the UK and the population is diverse. There are many students in the city who study at the first-class university, alongside young professionals, first-time buyers, families, and multi-millionaire business men and women. Furthermore, it has the largest Sikh community in the UK and is very multicultural.
The city of Wolverhampton started out as a market town and blossomed over the years to become the thriving city it is today. With fantastic transport links and a wide variety of properties to suit all budgets, it is not surprise that many are moving to the city.
Just an hour away from Wolverhampton is the family-run Britannia Thomas Casserlys. Located in Oswestry, the friendly team are not only perfectly located for moves in and around Shropshire, but also the adjoining counties, and mid-Wales.
Moving to Wolverhampton
The housing market in Wolverhampton is very strong and buyers can snap up anything from a £50,000 Georgian apartment to a £2.5 million period villa on the outskirts of the city. Most of the properties in Wolverhampton date from the 19th century to modern day new builds. In Park Village, Blakenhall, and All Saints there are some wonderful traditional terraces available for £60,000. If schools are most important, Finchfield and Penn have three-bedroom semis galore for between £150,000 and £200,000. If you have a substantial budget, there are some incredible properties in Wightwick and Tettenhall.
If you would prefer to rent in Wolverhampton, students can get their hands on a room in a house share for £300 pcm. However, if privacy is important, one bedroom flats fall between £375 and £450 pcm. A two-bed terraced house or flat will need a budget of around £500 pcm, and family properties (depending on size and location) can fall anywhere between £500 and £2,000 pcm.
Shopping and Entertainment in Wolverhampton
The high streets of Wolverhampton are rich with retailers, ranging from recognisable big name brands to independent boutiques and specialist shops. There are also regular markets held weekly where residents can buy local produce and one of a kind items.
If you are a football fan, you can watch the Wolverhampton Wanderers play at their home ground, the Molineux Stadium. The stadium can also hold events and is championed for its stylish facilities and friendly staff.
Complementing Wolverhampton’s popular attractions and shopping facilities is a range of restaurants serving worldwide cuisine and traditional British pub fare.
Transport Links Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton is accessible via a number of A roads and the M6 and M54 are only a short drive away. Driving into Birmingham will only take 35 minutes, but it is best to avoid potential traffic by taking a train.
Wolverhampton railway station is incredibly well served, with trains to London Euston, Birmingham New Street, Liverpool Lime Street and Shrewsbury run by Virgin Trains and London Midlands.
CrossCountry trains run regular services to Manchester Piccadilly, Bristol Temple Meads, Exeter St Davids, Reading, Southampton Central, and Bournemouth.