Greswolde Road, Solihull

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  • 3Living Spaces
  • 3Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Ben thinks:
The standout feature is the flow of the main living, dining, relaxing and entertaining spaces.

Welcome to 43 Greswolde Road, an ideal family home nestled in the heart of the sought-after Oak Cottage Primary School catchment area. This property offers a perfect blend of stylish finishes with flexible spaces for living, working and playing.

Ben loves:
The proximity to the renowned Oak Cottage Primary School makes it an ideal choice for families.

Poised on the tree-lined Greswolde Road in Solihull, this beautifully curated three bedroom semi-detached home strikes a harmonious balance between contemporary style and practicality, fit for the rigours of modern family life. The standout feature is the flow of the main living, dining, relaxing and entertaining spaces, but its proximity to the renowned Oak Cottage Primary School is a close second, making it an ideal choice for families.

Stepping inside through the handy porch and bright, airy hallway, you're greeted by an open-plan kitchen with quartz worktops, breakfast bar and upstands, adorned with top-notch AEG integrated appliances, including a combi microwave/oven, oven, dishwasher, and induction hob. This space is a culinary haven, offering not only practicality but a touch of elegance.

The adjacent dining area seamlessly connects to the garden room through bifold doors, allowing natural light to flood the space. The main living room exudes warmth, featuring a bay window and a fireplace crafted from limestone, granite and cast iron. The bespoke TV cabinetry and sliding wooden doors leading back to the kitchen diner add a touch of the unique. The garden room, with its French doors opening onto the tiered, landscaped garden, is a versatile space. This could be a great home office, kids playroom, gym or dining room. Or simply somewhere to relax when the noise stops and the evening begins.

Upstairs, the home boasts two generously sized double bedrooms plus a third with built-in storage, which could function as a single bedroom or a further study. The main bedroom offers a bespoke window seat with ample storage, fitted Sharps wardrobes, and distinctive feature wall lights. The bathroom, fully refurbished in 2020, boasts a large bath with an overhead rainfall shower and retractable screen, creating a sanctuary of relaxation.

Additional noteworthy features include a side ground-floor extension, providing a separate utility and further office with an adjacent bathroom. This has the potential to be a downstairs bedroom if required - the options in this home are endless. It has been fully modernized with CCTV, a new boiler and radiators installed in 2018, and a half-boarded loft with ladder for extra storage, in addition to the capacious garage behind a generous, multi-car driveway.

Outside, the landscaped split-level garden is a haven of tranquility, featuring a thoughtful blend of sun deck, porcelain slabs, artificial turf, and rustic railway sleepers. The garden provides a private space for entertaining, playing and relaxing, not overlooked by any neighbours to the rear.

Greswolde Road provides convenient access to local amenities, including Dovehouse Parade and Solihull town centre, whilst both Olton and Solihull train stations are within striking distance, offering seamless connectivity to Birmingham and London. The property falls under the jurisdiction of the Solihull Local Council Authority and is in council tax band E. With a broadband speed of 145 Mb/s, this home is equipped for the demands of modern living.

This residence stands as a testament to thoughtful design, modern conveniences, and family-oriented living. It's not just a house; it's a place to call home.


Solihull is officially the best place to live in the UK.


Is there anything more lovely than strolling through Tudor Grange Park or playing with the dog in Brueton Park, safe in the knowledge that in five minutes you’ll be having a hot chocolate and cakes in one of the country’s leading branches of John Lewis followed by – who knows? – a movie or a wander around the high end boutiques of Mell Square? Of course there isn’t. That’s why Solihull has been declared the best place to live in the UK.
Solihull’s motto is urbs in rure (town in the country). It thus marries verdancy and shopping, which is just what we all really want – Isn’t it?

The state and independent schools are great. Ruckleigh School was voted Best Independent Prep School in 2014.
Transport links are superb with the M42 connecting you to London by road, the train zipping you into Birmingham and even an airport.
There are sports clubs, green spaces, countryside day trips and lots more on your doorstep.

If you want to enjoy higher incomes, better employment rates and longer life expectancies, then you better move to Solihull!

  • Closest village/town: So many villages, towns and cities within reach.
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: Oh we love a bit of John Lewis.
  • Supermarket: Take your pick.
  • Pubs: Our favourite local is The Farm.
  • Walks: Brueton Park is lovely.