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Clapham is a district in south-west London of about 40,000 people and the historic Clapham High Street can trace its origins to a Roman military road which ran from London to Chichester. In 1912 a Roman stone was found marking the status of Clapham High Street as a military road and the stone now stands outside Clapham Library. Today Clapham has a lot to offer, making it an exciting place to live. The 220 acre Clapham Common is a beautiful place to relax in the summer months and visitors can enjoy its lakes, trees and flowers – there is even an old Victorian bandstand! Once a year Clapham Common plays host to the South West Four music festival. This festival attracts people from across London and is a particularly exciting event on Clapham’s calendar. Although Clapham is indivisibly part of the capital, it has its own unique features that make it feel like a town of its own. Clapham Clock Tower is one such example and this 100 year old structure helps set Clapham apart from the surrounding neighbourhoods. With so much going on, Clapham is clearly a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in conveyancing have helped over 140 people relocate to Clapham.
Clapham is a town that is home to a number of churches – the most famous being St Mary’s Church and the Holy Trinity Church – and although they help to give Clapham its own unique feel, home buyers must be wary as they could be liable for chancel repair. This is one reason that reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our professional conveyancers as they will be able to advise you on chancel repair liability, alongside the other legalities involved in moving to Clapham.
With reallymoving.com and our conveyancing solicitors, you can be confident that your move to Clapham will proceed without any unforeseen costs or surprises. This will enable you to complete your move to Clapham as soon as possible.
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