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Ludlow, perhaps one of the most beautiful towns in England, is situated in south Shropshire near the confluence or the Rivers Corve and Teme near the Welsh border. A very historic Welsh Marches town founded in Norman times, around which time Ludlow Castle was built, the town is a very popular place for tourists to visit as well as being popular amongst locals. Although a small town, reallymoving helped over 50 people move into the area in the last year alone.
Chartered Surveyors are experienced in the two types of surveys that you might need. The first is a HomeBuyer Report, suitable for conventionally built properties that are fairly modern and therefore are most likely in good condition. The second is a Building Survey, designed for unconventionally built properties and older properties that need to be checked that they adhere to modern building requirements. Ludlow is home to almost 500 listed buildings and a lot of Tudor-style timber frame buildings, and is also very near two rivers. A Building Survey might be preferable to ensure an old property is in good condition or a property has not been subjected to flood damage.
With reallymoving you’ll have found the best deal for you in seconds. When you’ve moved in you’ll have plenty of time to explore the area. Whether visiting Stokesay or Ludlow Castle or walking in the Clee Hills, there is plenty to do.
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