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On the edge of the Somerset levels and lying on the River Parrett ten miles before it flows into the Bristol Channel is Bridgwater, a town with a history as a major port and trading centre, connected to Taunton by canal. The town still has a strong manufacturing industry, and good road and train networks connecting it to major towns in the region, like Bristol and Taunton.
Bridgwater is also an attractive place to live due to the green open spaces in the town, like the walled Gardens of Cannington, as well as the beautiful scenery around the town, like the Steart Marshes and Barrow Mump, which are popular sites for locals and tourists alike. It’s really no wonder that last year alone reallymoving helped 231 people move into the area.
Reallymoving aims to make picking a surveyor so much easier by allowing you to directly compare their prices and services for free. When you employ a RICS Chartered Surveyor directly you will be issued with a survey report and own the details of the survey. Your independent surveyor in Bridgwater will also be happy to discuss the results of their surveys with you. This part of the house buying process is crucial, as it could save you years of trouble in the future by sorting out any problems with the house or at least them to your attention before you buy it – you could even renegotiate the price of the property.
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