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Fareham, a market town with a population of just over 40,000, a bustling town with its own attractions and economy, yet is within half an hour of two UK cities. Historically, Fareham was an important manufacturer of bricks, perhaps most famously used to build the Royal Albert Hall. There are still plenty of Fareham brick buildings in the area today, with the borough containing nearly 600 listed buildings.
Regardless of the age or style of the house you are moving into in Fareham, it is important you hire a professional surveyor so someone with a trained eye who can analyse the property to see if there is anything wrong or needs fixing in the property. In the long run having a survey done could save you from nasty surprises in the future, as a Chartered Surveyor will be able to spot any repairs or possible structural weaknesses before you buy and move in. A HomeBuyer Report covers most needs, but some old properties, of which there are plenty in Fareham, may need a more thorough Building Survey.
Why not explore what Fareham has to offer in the meantime? With the coastal nature reserve in the south of the town, and the South Downs less than half an hour away, Fareham is surrounded by natural beauty. Situated 14 minutes from Portsmouth by car or rail, and less than half an hour away from Southampton, the town is also on the doorstep of the two major cities on the south coast.
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