Are you looking for the most expensive house in Sutton Coldfield?
You’ve come to the right place because I’ve done the research and found 22 of the most expensive houses in Sutton Coldfield.
Apparently the town got its name because it was the ‘town’ that was ‘south’ of the charcoal field. That got mangled over time to Sutton Coldfield. It’s a royal town because King Henry VIII gave it a Charter of Incorporation in 1528.
The most expensive areas in Sutton Coldfield are in the golden triangle of Little Aston, Four Oaks and Hill Hook. Out of these areas Four Oaks contains the most expensive homes, followed by Little Aston.
The most expensive road in Sutton Coldfield is Ladywood Road, Hartopp Road, and Roman Road. Houses on these roads can cost over £2m.
So do all these expensive houses make Sutton Coldfield a posh place to live? Well, yes. It has Premiership footballers, retired footballers, sports people, media personalities, and celebrities all calling it home. Frankly you could walk down the high street of the town and every other person you bump into could be a famous person.
Who lives in Sutton Coldfield? Cat Deeley, James Vaughan (footballer), Darius Vassell (footballer), Rory Delap (footballer), Martin O’Neill (football manager), Slaven Bilic (football manager), Chris Woakes (cricketer) and Sir Roger Moore lived in the town.
1. Hornton Manor, Little Aston – £3,750,000
The most expensive house in Sutton Coldfield sold for £3.75m. It’s called Hornton Manor and is a sprawling manor house sitting between Little Aston and Hill Hook. I don’t have any more details on it because it was sold many years ago.
2. Ladywood Road, Four Oaks – £3,700,000
This is the most expensive house in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield and costs £3.7m. For that you get six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, not to mention acres of grounds to run around in. It comes with a private pool and home gym area. The decor is sophisticated without being too luxiourious or coming across as over the top. Nice house. Might buy it in 3.3 billion years when I can afford it.
3. Hartopp Road, Four Oaks – £3,450,000
This mansion on Hartopp Road, one of the most expensive roads in Four Oaks, sold for £3.45m in November 2020.
4. Ladywood Road, Four Oaks – £3,275,000
If you are looking for the most expensive houses in Sutton Coldfield, then don’t look any further than Ladywood Road in Four Oaks. You’ll need to be a multi-millionaire to live on this millionaires row. This house comes with an enviable kitchen, garden and private home cinema!
5. Good Heart House, Roman Road, Little Aston – £3,100,000
This mansion has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms – enough for your entire family and your extended family! With over 8,300 square feet of space to live in, you might even discover relatives living in a part of your home that you had forgotten about! This home comes with a home cinema, a gym and a sauna and spa. You’d never want to leave!
6. Beech Gate, Little Aston – £3,000,000
This huge house on Beech Gate road in Little Aston sold for £3m in October 2021. It has a garden big enough for a football pitch in the back!
7. Roman Road, Little Aston – £2,950,000
The biggest house in Sutton Coldfield is over 9,200 square feet. The average family home in the UK is around 1,500 square feet. So you could fit four family homes in this one mansion in Little Aston. Still, for that kind of money and I would expect a lot more luxury amenities like swimming pool, private cinema and games room.
More details at: KnightFrank
8. Hartopp Road, Four Oaks – £2,800,000
We’re back in Four Oaks for this mansion. Situated on Hartopp Road, one of the many millionaires row in Sutton Coldfield, it comes with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It also has a private pool, a home cinema and a gym, so you never need to leave the house. This is probably my favourite of all the homes in this list. What do you think?
9. Melbourne House, Roman Lane, Little Aston – £2,795,000
This ultra modern, yet slightly traditional home will be perfect for the Birmingham City, Wolves and Aston Villa football players. It’s got a home cinema and a gym for relaxing and keeping fit.
More details at: KnightFrank
10. Luttrell Road, Four Oaks – £2,600,000
This mansion in Four Oaks sold for £2.6m back in August 2006. If that’s how much is was 16 years ago it must be one of the most expensive houses in Four Oaks about now. Every road in Four Oaks is a millionaires row, but Luttrell Road is one of the most expensive roads in Sutton Coldfield.
11. Luttrell Road, Four Oaks – £2,550,000
This new build, perfect for Premiership footballers (or Championship footballers because they earn over £5,000 a week!) has eight bedrooms and six bathrooms. I feel like it would be one of those houses that by the time you’ve finished cleaning it then it’ll be time to start again from the beginning.
12. Seymour House, Blackroot Road, Four Oaks – £2,500,000
Any house that’s big enough to park four cars in the drive way and has a triple garage is going to be on the most expensive houses list. This house comes with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has a gorgeous sun room / family room at the back with a big skylight and a big entertainment area above the garage.
More details at: Quantrills
13. Bracebridge Road, Four Oaks – £2,450,000
Another footballer home in Sutton Coldfield? Judging by the decor, it might well be. I’m most curious about the enormous TV in the living room though. Is it a flatscreen? Is it an old CRT TV? Can you figure it out?
14. Beechwood Croft, Little Aston – £2,375,000
OK, bright red kitchen aside, the back rooms on this mansion are beautiful! So much natural light and the doors that open up to bring the outside inside. On the three days of the year when you can take advantage of this then you might be the happiest home owner in Sutton Coldfield. This house has eight (yes, EIGHT!) bedrooms and seven bathrooms. You could literally use one bathroom on each day of the week. It also has a home cinema, a gym and a spa for relaxing.
15. Hartopp Road, Four Oaks – £2,350,000
Hartopp Road is also known as millionaires row in Four Oaks. This house sold for £2.35m in January 2022.
16. Kenilworth Close, Four Oaks – £2,305,000
Another big mansion in Four Oaks that sold for £2.305m in February 2021.
17. Bracebridge Road, Four Oaks – £2,240,000
This mansion has to be one of the most opulently decorated houses in Sutton Coldfield. It comes with a four posted bathtub for goodness sake! The curtains in some of the rooms are statement pieces in their own right. It’s definitely not for me but maybe it tickles your fancy?
18. The Garth, Roman Road, Four Oaks – £2,150,000
You might feel like a mini lord or lady if you owned this modern, yet traditionally designed home that looks like a country house from days gone by. Check out the curtains in the living areas, those are some drapes! The living room looks opulent enough to entertain royalty. Could you see yourself living in a house like this?
19. Hartopp Road, Four Oaks – £2,100,000
The fourth house on this list that is located on Hartopp Road in Four Oaks. This huge mansion sold for £2.1m in November 2020.
20. Kenilworth Close, Four Oaks – £2,088,000
This pretty family home looks small but comes with six bedrooms and five bathrooms spread over 5,100 square feet of living space. For comparison, the average four-bedroom family home in the UK is around 1,500 square feet. For £2m you don’t get any additional luxuries and there is no private pool, no home cinema and no spa. You’re almost poor!
21. Tamarin, Roman Road, Little Aston – £2,000,000
This house gives you a massive bang for your buck. At £2m it is expensive, but not compared to many other mansions in this list, and you get over 8,000 square feet of living space spread across three floors. And you get a huge plot of land for your garden. Pros and cons, really.
22. Endwood Drive, Little Aston – £1,995,000
This family home with five bedrooms and four bathrooms would set you back £2m but it comes with a huge garden and modern interiors.
More details at: Acres
Which most expensive house in Sutton Coldfield would you buy?
Do you think you could ever afford to live in Sutton Coldfield? Would you buy a mansion here if you won the lottery?
There are so many millionaire homes in Sutton Coldfield that you are spoiled for choice. Which one of these mansions caught your eye? Did you have a favourite?
Let me know in the comments below!