Surveyors for Cirencester

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View our Surveyors partners in Cirencester

bValued Ltd

4.8 out of 5.0 based on 169 reviews

Prosperity = Property + Valuation Services. bValued wants you to prosper, to be your first choice supplier of surveyor and always to deliver high standards of Residential and Commercial Property Services.Read more

Chawton Hill Associates Ltd are a passionate, dedicated team of Chartered Building Surveyors offering an efficient, effective service providing Structural Surveys (Building Surveys), Party Wall Awards, measured surveys Read more

Easton Bevins

5.0 out of 5.0 based on 4 reviews

Easton Bevins was originally established in 1990 and is a Chartered Building Surveying practice with offices across the south of England.Read more

Nationwide specialists in providing Independent Structural/Building and Home Buyer Surveys, with 5 star ratings on Trustpilot/Google.Read more

Regency Chartered Surveyors are an independent building surveying consultancy operating throughout Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire.Read more

Shape Surveyors

4.1 out of 5.0 based on 15 reviews

Shape Property was established in 2011 and offers a full range of surveying services to protect your investment including Condition Reports, Homebuyer Reports and Building Surveys.Read more

Local information

  • Average property price: £337,001
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.70
  • reallymoving movers: 234
  • Average distance moved: 43 miles

Situated in east Gloucestershire, Cirencester is a very historic town and a very attractive place to live in the modern day. Called ‘Corinium’ in Roman times, Cirencester was one of the most important towns in England, and today is home to a museum with one of the biggest collections of Roman artefacts in the country. With fantastic road networks around the town to Oxford, Gloucester, Swindon and Bristol to name just a few, whilst being just a few miles south of the Costwolds, Cirencester offers the best of town and country.

Whether wanting a HomeBuyer Report, usually fine for standard conventionally built properties, or needing a Building Survey for one of the many old buildings in Cirencester, Chartered Surveyors in the area will be able to provide you with an efficient and professional service. With reallymoving, you’ll also be able to find the best deal for you in an instant, saving you time and even money. 

Through reallymoving you might be moving into the area quicker than you think, and you’ll be exploring the area in no time at all. You can go shopping in the beautiful town centre, take a walk around Cirencester Park, or if you’re into history, why not visit the Corinium Museum or the Cirencester Parish Church?

 

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