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Hampton is a suburban district in south-west London. The district is situated on the south bank of the River Thames and as much of the riverside is open to the public, Hampton is a beautiful place to explore. Hampton is most famous for Hampton Court; the palace of Cardinal Wolsey and later King Henry VIII, following the establishment of the Anglican Church and the renunciation of Catholicism. Today, Hampton court is open to the public and visitors can explore the palace’s splendid rooms and gardens, alongside the seventeenth century hedge maze and historic real tennis court. Alternatively, Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare is worth. The temple was constructed by the actor David Garrick in 1756 and today it offers exhibitions on both the lives of Garrick and Shakespeare. Hampton has a great deal to offer its residents and as such, it is clearly a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our conveyancing solicitors have helped almost 120 people and families relocate to Hampton.
Parts of Kent – including Hampton – thrived historically due to coal mining. Although the last Kentish mine closed in 1989, many properties in Hampton may have been constructed on old coal mines. These properties may be at risk of collapse due to ground subsidence and this is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert conveyancers. Our conveyancers will conduct a comprehensive Environmental Search which includes searching for mines. This will help ensure your prospective property won’t collapse in the future.
With reallmoving.com and our partners in conveyancing, you can be sure your move to Hampton will proceed as planned. This will allow you to relax and begin enjoying your new home in Hampton as soon as possible.
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