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Saltash lies in Cornwall’s south-east corner and with a population of about 15,000 it is one of the largest towns in the county. As Saltash is situated on the River Tamer and is connected to Plymouth, Devon by the Royal Albert Bridge, the town is known as the ‘Gateway to Cornwall’. The unique design of the Royal Albert Bridge has attracted visitors and sightseers to Saltash since its construction began in 1857 and the bridge appeared on postage stamps and the £2 coin. There are many unique attractions around Saltash, making the town a desirable place to live. One such example is Cotehele, a large medieval house that underwent redevelopment in the Tudor era. Cotehele is one of the best preserved Tudor houses in Britain and its formal gardens and grounds – including Italian style garden terraces – stretch down to a quay on the River Tamer. With so much to excite locals and visitors alike, it is unsurprising that in the last 12 months reallymoving.com and our removal partners have helped over 80 people relocate to Saltash.
At reallymoving.com, all our removal partners are experienced and local to Saltash. This will be incredibly beneficial to your move as the removal firms reallymoving.com will put you in contact with have a thorough working knowledge of the local area meaning they will use only the most efficient routes. Our removal partners will avoid commonly congested areas where possible – for example along the A38 – to ensure your move is completed as efficiently as possible.
With the help of reallymoving.com and our professional removal partners, you can be confident that your move will proceed as planned. This will help make your move to Saltash as simple and stress-free as possible.
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