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With 70% of reallymoving.com’s Liverpool movers staying in the postcode area, and a further 8% of movers to Liverpool coming from the surrounding areas, it is clear that Liverpool is a very popular place to live in the North West of England. Our users agree, with 2369 reallymoving.com Liverpool movers in 2013.
Although once described by English Heritage as England’s finest Victorian city, there is an extensive range of property types and architectural styles in Liverpool, from Tudor manor houses to contemporary apartments. The Chartered Surveyors on our panel are knowledgeable in the different eras of properties in Liverpool, and will be able to advise on common problems such buildings can be affected by. From the Georgian townhouses in Rodney Street to the late 19th Century leasehold homes in Gambier Terrace, our surveyors will provide you with important information about the structural condition of the Liverpool property you are buying.
When you are in your new home, there are many cultural endeavours for you to enjoy, such as visits to Liverpool Cathedral, the largest Cathedral in Britain, and the Tate Liverpool by the Grade I listed Albert Dock. Whether you are interested in morning walks along the coast, or maybe evenings out along Seel Street and Hardman Street are more appealing to you, there is plenty for you to do in the city and you are sure to love your new home in Liverpool.
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