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Witney is a small and pretty town in Oxfordshire just east of the Cotswolds and around 12 miles west of Oxford. Formerly famous for its blanket making, Witney today is now a town that has a large service economy and the A40 links it to oxford, where many of the town’s residents work. A popular town to live in due to its proximity to both town and country, in the last year alone reallymoving has helped just under 200 people move into the local area.
With over 270 listed buildings in the town, as well as plenty of new properties, Chartered Surveyors in the area are well accustomed to delivering a range of housing surveys to suit your needs. Whether needing a Building Survey for an old property or one that has been affected by the recent 2007 and 2008 Witney Floods, or just a standard HomeBuyer Report, it is definitely worth getting a survey done to make sure you don’t end up having to make any unexpected repairs to the property once you’ve purchased it and moved in.
When you’ve moved into the area, why not check out the local attractions? Whether taking a stroll around The Leys or by the banks of the River Windrush, or visiting the Wynchwood Brewery, there is plenty to do in the area.
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