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South of Wimbledon, west of Mitcham and north of Sutton lies Morden, a very attractive place to live in London and ideally situated, lying far out enough from the centre that the area is full of green open spaces and parks, yet still receiving all the benefits London offers, like transport and employment opportunities. In the last 12 months up to 2016, reallymoving had helped over 150 people move into the area.
Reallymoving recommend two types of housing surveys: HomeBuyer Reports and Building Surveys. A HomeBuyer Report will cover most conventional properties in a reasonable condition, whilst a Building Survey is more extensive and suitable for older properties or properties in more need of repairs. Having been the site of a settlement since the Iron Age, it is no surprise that the town has over 235 listed buildings and plenty of other historical and old buildings. The Chartered Surveyors in the area are therefore very experienced in carrying out Building Surveys as well as standard HomeBuyer Reports, and conduct them to the highest standards.
With reallymoving, you’ll be able to find the right Chartered Surveyor for you in no time at all, so you can start exploring the area. Whether visiting Morden Hall Park or going up in Summer to watch the tennis on Henman Hill, there is plenty to do and see in the area in and around Morden.
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