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Chelmsford is a city in the east of England that is simultaneously a commuter town and a working city in its own right. Chelmsford has a lot to offer including Shire Hall, one of the oldest and most prominent buildings in the city. It was built in 1791 by a local architect, John Johnson, for use as a local court house and there has been a court on the site since at least 1199. Situated just behind Shire Hall is Chelmsford Cathedral which has stood in some form for over 800 years. Alternatively, Hylands House and Park, situated just west of the city, is certainly worth exploring. The house itself dates back to 1730 and the park spans 574 acres, playing host to a variety of community events including the annual V Festival. Chelmsford clearly has lots to offer and therefore it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our RICS regulated Chartered Surveyors have helped over 750 people relocate to the city in the last year alone.
Like any city, Chelmsford is home to many pests that can cause lasting damage to property. One such pest is the common rat which must gnaw continually to keep their front teeth short. Rats can gnaw through anything causing significant structural damage to a property and if they reach electrical cables there is a considerable risk of fire. This is one reason that reallymoving.com recommends the services of our local and professional Chartered Surveyors as they will be able to provide you with a home survey that will give you a detailed account on all damages to your prospective property, including any damage caused by pests.
Whether you want to explore Chelmsford’s parks and green spaces or relax in one of the city’s many bars or restaurants, our Chartered Surveyors are here to help you buy with confidence. With their help you will be able to relocate to your new property in Chelmsford as soon as possible.
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