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On the north coast of Kent but only 5 miles north of Canterbury lies the seaside town of Whitstable. A town which charms the visitors and locals, the town centre and the beach are hugely popular. Whitstable is though, perhaps most famous for its oysters which have been collected in the area for over 2000 years and are celebrated every year at the Whitstable Oyster Festival. An attractive place to live, reallymoving helped 136 people move into the area in the last 12 months alone, up to June 2016.
A settlement has existed where Whitstable is now for thousands of years, and so therefore the town has a real mixture of older properties as well as new builds. This means the Chartered Surveyors in the area are very well placed in delivering a number of different surveys to accommodate to your needs. For example, if moving to an old house by the coast where flooding may have occurred at some point, our surveyors in the area will be able to offer you a Building Survey, a more detailed report than a simple HomeBuyer Report designed for more conventional, newer properties.
Whatever survey you choose to go for, with reallymoving you will be able to find the best deal to suit your needs and budget. When moved into the area, you can start exploring the area. Whether visiting Whitstable Castle or going into the town centre, there is plenty to do in the area.
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