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Unlike so many British seaside towns, Whitley has had a resurgence in recent years and is becoming an increasingly attractive place to live. The £36 million investment project into the coastal town has seen the refurbishment and revamp of the locally famous ‘Spanish City,’ as well as a clean-up of the Links and transport improvements.
Given the recent resurgence and investment, Whitley Bay has an increasing mix of new and old properties, meaning our Chartered Surveyors in the area are experienced in dealing with a wide range of properties and therefore are able to carry out a wide range of different surveys to suit your needs. Whether you need a HomeBuyer Report or are looking for a more detailed Building Survey, reallymoving can help you find the right surveyor for you by allowing you to instantly and directly compare up to 5 quotes from professional, locally trusted surveyors.
In the meantime, why not have a look at what Whitley Bay has to offer? With access to St Mary’s Lighthouse at low-tide, Tynemouth and Priory Castle to the south, and the revamped ‘Spanish City’ not far away, there is plenty to do.
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