Sell your house in Coventry Fast

The second largest city in the West Midlands, Coventry wins the title of the most central English city, and is surrounded by lots of green belt, which has helped to keep it separate from neighbouring towns such as Royal Leamington Spa and Rugby. If you currently live in Coventry and want to sell your home as quickly as possible, then get in touch with us to receive a cash offer in just 24 hours.

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For many, the draw of the history of Coventry is huge – everywhere you look, the architecture is a haunting reminder of the 1940s bombings. If you’re considering making the move but want to find out more about what the city has to offer, then you’ve come to the right place. Here, we uncover the best areas to live in Coventry, as well as the cost of living, and all of the top things to do.

Average costs for Coventry

  • Monthly transport pass: £50.90
  • Cappuccino: £2.64
  • Pint of beer: £3.50
  • Three course meal for two people: £45
  • Monthly gym membership: £22.14

Best areas to live in Coventry

Whether you’re looking for a charming English village to reside in, a leafy suburb with excellent schools, or easy access to city life with its many bars and shops, you’re in luck, as Coventry offers all of this in abundance.


Just a 10-minute drive out of the centre of Coventry, Allesley’s positioning to the A45 makes it a popular place for commuters to both Coventry and Birmingham, with the UK’s second biggest city less than a 25-minute drive away. Allesley Park offers plenty of green space, and it’s even home to a golf course and a walled garden. The good schools in the area make Allesley hugely desirable for families of all ages.


Earlsdon is so close to the city centre, it’s within walking distance – you can reach the train station in 15 minutes on foot. Its bustling high street (Albany Road), is home to an array of cafes, restaurants and shops, and nearby Spencer Park offers much-needed beautiful green space. Often cited as one of the best places to live in Coventry, houses here sell for an average of £280,598.


If you’d prefer to live outside of the city centre, then the town of Kenilworth, located 6 miles out of Coventry, could be the ideal area for you. Probably most well-known for Kenilworth Castle, there are lots of open green spaces in this town, in addition to quaint pubs and a range of shops. Accessing Coventry couldn’t be easier, with trains running every 10 minutes. The average value of a property in Kenilworth is £420,813.


The average cost of a home in Radford stands at just £174,617, with properties tending to be smaller, 1920s and 1930s homes. Situated just 2.5 miles north of the city centre, for people working in the city, Radford is an ideal place to live. The local community centre, post office, supermarkets and petrol station mean that everything you could possibly need is right on your doorstep in Radford.


Just a 6-minute drive from the city centre, the average cost of a home in Finham is £301,798. The local primary school has been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, which makes it popular amongst families with young children; and the number of shops, bars and restaurants in the area cements it as one of best places in Coventry to live.

Things to do in Coventry

Whilst Birmingham and Bristol are both close enough for a day trip, you’ll want to spend lots of your free time in Coventry itself, to experience all of the amazing things the city has to offer!

Wander through the War Memorial Park

Dating back to 1921, the park was opened as a tribute to the soldiers of Coventry who lost their lives in WW1. The park was then worked on during the second world war, and you can still see the large concrete blocks by the Coat of Arms bridge. Wander through the grounds as you admire the history and view the commemorative plaques; and children in particular will love the Splash ‘n’ Play park, that opens up during the summer holidays.

Visit Kenilworth Castle

A 20-minute drive out of Coventry lies the grounds of Kenilworth Castle, just waiting to be explored. This castle played a huge role in the last 900 years of English history, and you’ll get to discover the castle keep and the dramatic views from the tower, as well as the Elizabethan garden, and the old stables, which is now home to a charming café.

Admire Coventry Cathedral

Coventry Cathedral is actually the city’s third – the Prior Church of St Mary’s was built in the 12th century, followed by the Cathedral of St. Michael, which was bombed during WW2. You can still see the remains next to the current cathedral, which acts as a memorial; and you can also climb to the top of the Bell Tower, to discover beautiful views of the city.

Discover the Lady Godiva statue

A noblewoman of the 11th-century, who married Leofric, Earl of Mercia, Lady Godiva is famed in Coventry; as according to legend, she rode naked on horseback through the city’s streets to protest her husband’s excessive taxations. The story goes that all but one person averted their gaze, with that “Peeping Tom” becoming blind. Whether or not that story is 100% true, you can visit the Lady Godiva statue in the Broadgate area of Coventry city centre.

Enjoy the collections in The Herbert

Part gallery, part museum, discover the range of exhibitions on offer, including the archaeology collection, which includes everything from Roman artefacts to ceramics dating back to the Stone Age; to the British Life and Landscapes collection where you can see some of L.S. Lowry and Paul Nash’s paintings.

The Good Move difference...

Selling your house is historically one of the most stressful processes you can undertake, but at Good Move, we want to change that. With over 45 years of experience in the industry, we know what it takes to make selling your home as quick and easy as possible. We’re regulated by the NAPB and we’re members of The Property Ombudsman, but if you want to learn more about our high standard of service, you can also read our excellent customer feedback on review sites like Trustpilot and


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7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300
7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300

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  • NAPB
  • RICS
  • Trading Standards

We’re proud to be the most thoroughly regulated quick house sale buyer in the UK. Good Move is monitored by organisations such as NAPB but we’re also members of The Property Ombudsman – which is an independent body dedicated to resolving issues within the industry.

How to Sell Your House Fast in Coventry

Whether your home is in the city centre or a suburb like Holbrook, Stoke or Willenhall, selling your house quickly in Coventry couldn’t be easier with Good Move. Fill out our enquiry form on the right, and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours with a free quote for your property. If you accept, we’ll send a RICS certified surveyor to value your home, to ensure that our final offer matches what your home is worth.


Frequently asked questions

  • What’s the fastest way to sell my house in Coventry?

    By far the fastest way to sell your property in Coventry is with a cash house buyer like Good Move. Fill out our enquiry form on the right, and we’ll be in touch with an initial offer in just 24 hours. After that – your sale will complete in just 21 days.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    After Good Move has made you an initial offer, your sale could complete in as little as three weeks. If your circumstances are urgent, we can even expedite this process to just 7 days, so if you’re avoiding repossession or selling a house you’ve inherited in Coventry, we can have the equity for your home in your account in a week.

  • What areas in Coventry do you buy houses?

    We buy property all over Coventry, whether your home is in the busy city centre, or in one of the surrounding neighbourhoods like Radford, Coundon, Binley or Wyken.

  • Can I get an online quote to sell my house fast?

    Yes, you can get an online quote for your property from Good Move within just 24 hours. Just fill out our enquiry form above with some basic details about your home, and a helpful member of our team will be in touch.

  • How long does it take to sell a house in 2021?

    While there’s no exact timescale for selling a house in Coventry on the open market in 2020, the average house sold using a traditional estate agent takes 3 to 6 months to complete. In contrast, using Good Move means that a quick sale is guaranteed – our sales complete in just three weeks, or sometimes as little as 7 days.