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As a small market town on the South Dorset Coast, Christchurch is one of the most picturesque coastal towns in England, containing the Christchurch priory, its largest and most famous landmark. With Bournemouth to the west and New Forest National Park to the north east, Christchurch is ideally situated between town and country and over 140 people have moved to the area with reallymoving in the last year alone.
As a result of the flint found on the Dorset Coastline, many of the older houses in Christchurch and the surrounding area will have flint roofs, usually combined with brickwork. If you are moving into an old property with this, it may be worth get a Building Survey that can give you a detailed look into the tiling and the general condition of the property, which could find any cracks or faults in the structure of the house, which could save you a lot of money in the future if you find any faults before you buy the house. A lot of modern properties in Christchurch will however only require a cheaper and less extensive HomeBuyer Report.
No matter what you choose, you can be confident that with reallymoving you will be able to find the best Chartered Surveyor to suit your needs and budget. You can also take the time you’ve saved by coming straight to us by taking a walk along the Dorset Coast, or going to Mudeford Quay.
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