A traditional terraced house on the north side of the town. The spec is very good and should be good to go pending an actual viewing, which I would highly recommend.

A good looking traditional terraced house on the Darlaston Road, Walsall, WS2. It has a decent sized and low maintenance rear garden. Overall it looks like it doesn’t need anything major doing to it. Obviously a closer inspection would be the final arbiter. So, it possibly could be lout out as is. There are two double bedrooms and a single, though the size of the single means you could get a double bed in there, but that wouldn’t leave much room for anything else. Sadly, no photos are on the listing.

There is a Modern style kitchen with space for white goods. The parking is on-road. Located on the main Darlaston Road it is not far from Walsall, Darlaston and Wednesbury town centres.

Selling and buying a house have been rated one of the most stressful life events but choosing the right estate agent can make the process much less stressful.

Ashmore Lettings is your go-to place if you want to let a property in Walsall, one of the West Midland’s most popular areas for commuters. This area still offers many affordable properties that are excellent investments for first-time landlords.

If you’re a landlord, our team understand that your property is one of your most valuable assets and that you only want reputable tenants and the best possible terms. Our local managing agents work hard to attract good tenants, negotiate terms and oversee a tenancy to its full conclusion.

Our letting agents will also make sure that your property is never left empty for any length of time, and that it’s always kept in excellent condition.

We are completely committed to a good quality bespoke service, including offering a free instant appraisal to determine what your property is worth.

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I recently discovered that one of our rental properties in Walsall has Japanese Knotweed growing in the garden. My immediate thought was “ouch this is going to be expensive and potentially very troublesome!”.

I knew from discussions with past colleagues and fellow industry professionals how much damage Japanese Knotweed can cause, especially if it gets under the structure of the property. If found on a survey, mortgage lenders won’t even consider lending so it could potentially leave your property with zero value!

What is Japanese Knotweed?

I found the following definition from the Royal Horticultural website:-

“Japanese knotweed (Fallopia Japonica) is a weed that spreads rapidly. In winter the plant dies back to ground level but by early summer the bamboo-like stems emerge from rhizomes deep underground to shoot to over 2.1m (7ft), suppressing all other plant growth. Eradication requires determination as it is very hard to remove by hand or eradicate with chemicals. New legislation now covers its control”

This 2 bed semi is situated on Segundo Road, Delves, Walsall, WS5. On the market with Paul Dubberley (0121 659 6109) and priced at £130k. Full details can be found here.

Properties in this area are turning up for sale at reasonable prices and coupled with its popularity and long term rental propensity, it just makes sense.