All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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In the very north west of Derbyshire lies Glossop, a small market town that is also a gateway town to the Peak District. Glossop is therefore a town with the natural beauty of a national park on its doorstep, yet is only half an hour’s train ride away from Manchester. With average house prices under £200,000, Glossop is a very popular place for commuters. Last year alone, reallymoving helped over 170 people move into the area.
Glossop has been the site of a settlement for thousands of years, and therefore contains many historic buildings including former cotton mills, and a railway viaduct. There are plenty of properties in the area therefore, that may need a Building Survey, a survey designed for older and non-conventional properties. This type of survey is more extensive than a Homebuyer Report, more suited to modern housing. Our Chartered Surveyors in the area will be able to offer you both, and complete them to the highest standards, and with reallymoving, you’ll be able to choose the right surveyor for you, so you can be confident that you won’t have any unexpected problems with your house when you move in.
Once moved in, you can start exploring the area. Whether going for a daytrip into Manchester, go hiking in the Peak District, or just wanting to stroll around Manor Park, there is plenty to do in the area.
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