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Taking its name from the River Tame running through the town, Tamworth lies north east of Birmingham and is situated in south Staffordshire. The oldest building in the town, Tamworth Castle, was built by the Normans. A historic town, Tamworth has plenty of older buildings, with over 120 listed buildings in the area. Tamworth is also a town that continues to expand, and recently 600 new homes have been commissioned to be built in Anker Valley.
This mix of old and new buildings in Tamworth means that the surveyors in the area are experienced in more extensive Building Surveys, usually used for older buildings, as well as the more common HomeBuyer Report, which will suit most modern buildings. With reallymoving offering you directly comparable quotes from Chartered Surveyors in the area, you should have no trouble picking the best surveyor for your needs and your budget. Although housing reports aren’t often cheap, they are definitely worth getting if you want to
Tamworth also has plenty of attractions that will keep you occupied long after you’ve moved in. Whether you want to ski at the Snowdome, have a thrill in Drayton Manor Theme Park, or go on a heritage tour of Tamworth Castle, there is plenty to do in the area, and with 435 people moving into the area last year with reallymoving’s help, it is an attractive place to live.
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