Rubery is a village in the north of Bromsgrove district, and connected to the southern suburbs of Birmingham. Located just 9 miles from Birmingham City Center, and just 4 miles from Bromsgrove Town Center, it is well situated for local amenities and also has a wide selection of shops, bars, pubs, and restaurants along it’s high street. Adjacent to Rubery village is Great Park, which contains a range of venues such as a cinema, bowling alley, bingo hall and several restaurants. Just down the road is the new Longbridge development, which contains a college, several pubs & restaurants, and is still undergoing further growth.
The majority of Rubery is formed of residential areas, the majority of them being within walking distance of the high street and other local shops. The Lickey Hills provides a green backdrop to Rubery and provides a space for outdoor activities and tranquillity.
Property prices have been increasing in Rubery for some time, and now provide home sellers the opportunity to make back their deposit on their next home when selling. The rising property prices also attract more and more buyers and investors to the area.
Rubery has several types of properties available, from terraced, semi-detached, and detached houses to flats and apartments. All of these properties are spread across new and old developments
In terms of transport, Rubery is excellently connected. He village has access to the M5, M42, and A38, and this allows access to Bromsgrove, Birmingham City Center, Redditch, Birmingham Airport, the NEC, and London. There are also several bus routes available to nearby towns, cities, and areas, and there is a train station located just down the road in Longbridge.