Rutland Building survey, Rutland House survey, Property defect survey, Building disputes survey,
Rutland is located to the Midlands. For more information on the Rutland area please scroll down and if you are looking for a survey in Rutland use our free phone number 0800 298 5424.
If you are purchasing a property in Rutland, please ensure that you have a building survey carried out on it. A building survey, prepared by a chartered building surveyor could literally save you thousands of pounds. The survey only needs to uncover one potential problem with the property and the cost of the building survey is more than recovered.
Where is Rutland?
The county of Rutland has Leicestershire to the west and north, Lincolnshire to the north and east with Northamptonshire to the south. Major roads in the county are the A1, A47, A606 and the A6003.
What is Rutland made up of?
Rutland is the smallest county in England and has a wealth of beautiful and historic small towns and villages. Rutland Water with Hamilton Peninsular in its centre and bordered by the villages of Egleton, Whitwell, Empingham and Edith Weston constructed in the 70s is a heaven for wildlife and perfect for water sports too.
If you book a building survey in Rutland with 1st Associated surveyors you will find that we take great pride in the quality of our building survey and produce a very detailed building survey report, whether it be for a residential property or a commercial property. We use plain English in our building surveys to explain any problems with the property to ensure that you understand the problems and how to resolve them.
1st Associated Building Surveyors cover the whole of the UK including all towns and villages in Rutland for example in:
Ashwell, Ayston, Barleythorpe, Barnsdale, Barrow , Barrowden , Belmesthorpe, Bisbrooke, Braunston-in-Rutland, Brooke , Burley On The Hill, Caldecott, Clipsham, Cottesmore, Edith Weston, Egleton, Empingham , Essendine, Exton, Glaston, Great Casterton, Greetham, Gunthorpe, Hambleton, Ketton, Langham, Little Casterton, Lyddington, Lyndon, Manton, Market Overton, Morcott, Normanton, North Luffenham, Oakham, Pickworth, Pilton, Preston, Ridlington, Ryhall, Seaton, South Luffenham, Stapleford, Stocken, Stretton, Teigh, Thistleton, Thorpe By Water, Tickencote, Tinwell, Tixover, Uppingham, Wardley, Whissendine, Whitwell and Wing.
We provide Building Surveys to make sure you are buying the right property and provide market Valuations to ensure that you are buying the property at the right price together with Specific Defects Reports if you have any problems in any particular area then contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation. We are more than happy to talk about what the Building Surveys involve, these are also sometimes known as Structural Surveys or Engineers Reports. For those not living in the area here is some general information on Rutland .
As surveyors we have often surveyed in Rutland other villages such as , Belton-in-Rutland, set in beautiful countryside with its 16th and 17th century farmhouses and Stoke Dry.
We are an independent surveyors who carry out buildling surveys in Rutland. We are independent of any lender or bank or mortgage company. When we are surveying a property we are working for you, not them. This means we are working towards your best interests. We want to ensure that your property investment is sound and that you are receiving value for money.
We are a building surveyors that operate throughout the UK. As a building surveyors in Rutland we are often asked to work on not only a building survey but also a boundary walls dispute survey, a schedule of condition survey and a specific defect survey.
We are also a commercial building surveyors - still operating Rutland, we can provide schedule of condition survey, dilapidations reports and a commercial building survey - our Rutland building surveyors have the skills and experience to save you money on your commercial building purchase.
Ashwell, the small village just north of Oakham, Ayston, in between the A47 and the A6003 Barleythorpe, on the B640, Barnsdale, with its delightful Barnsdale Hall Hotel set in the Conservation area, and area of the country we love to visit when surveying residential buildings, Barrow, Barrowden , another picturesque village on the outskirts of Uppingham next to the River Welland, Belmesthorpe, a beautiful village, Belton In Rutland with its King's Stone war memorial named as Charles I was said to have stayed in this village, Bisbrooke, near Glaston, Braunston-in-Rutland, with its carved Goddess stone in its churchyard, Brooke, Burley On The Hill, with its H-plan mansion, an interesting building to Surveyors, Caldecott, with its old Plough and Castle inns, Clipsham, just off the A1 to the east of Stretton, Cottesmore, famous for its RAF base, Edith Weston, the village that takes its name from Edward the Confessor's with Queen Edith, Egleton, famous for bird watching with its nature reserve and Empingham, Essendine, with its largest house Prebendal House which once belonged the canon of Lincoln, Exton, with the stunning 12th century Exton Park country estate, Glaston, with the 12th century St Andrews church, Great Casterton, with the rare Sulphur Clover and Greater Broomrape seen at its small nature reserve, Greetham, a delightful village with traditional stone and thatched cottages as well as converted barns and more modern houses, Gunthorpe, a tiny hamlet of just 10 houses, Hambleton, on the Hambleton Peninsula with the beautiful Victorian Hambleton Hall Hotel, a good place to stop off at if carrying out structural surveys in the area, Ketton, famous for the limestone Ketton Stone of which there are many examples of buildings built in this stone in this village Langham , set in acres of farmland with the Cottesmore Hunt and Rutland Polo Club, Little Casterton, famous for the Sauropod dinosaur found in the Williamson Cliffe quarry, Lyddington, with its Grade I Lyddington Bede House now run by English Heritage, Lyndon, with its nature reserve opened by Sir David Attenborough, Manton, just off the A6003 on the south of Rutland Water, Market Overton, with its terraced brick houses which were originally built for workers in the ironstone mines to the north of the village, Morcott, with Morcott Windmill a landmark of this village, Normanton, with the impressive church that stands on the edge of Rutland Water, another place we love to visit whilst conducting building surveys, North Luffenham, a quiet village in Rutland with The Nag and Bag/The Horse and Panniers and Fox & Hounds pubs, and the delightful market town of Oakham, with its collection of horseshoes in the Castle an old tradition when visitors to the town had to give one as a forfeit for visiting or passing through, Pickworth, near Rutland County Golf Club, and the small village of Pilton between Wing and North Luffenham, Preston, on the A6003 north of Uppingham, Ridlington, with its deer park south of the village, Ryhall, one of the largest villages in the county, and a delight to visit to carry out building surveys, Seaton, with its great railway viaduct with 82 arches nearby, South Luffenham, has a pub The Boot and Shoe Inn which was named as this area was a centre for this industry in days gone by, Stocken, with the Category C Prison, Stoke Dry, the tiny hillside hamlet with a reservoir below, Stretton, which has at least 13 villages/towns in England with the same name, Teigh, with its Grade II Listed buildings such as Yew Tree Farm House and the Old Rectory, Thistleton, just off the A1 north of Stretton, Thorpe By Water, just east of Eyebrook Reservoir, which is a beautiful spot to take a break when surveying properties in the area, Tickencote, with the church of St Peter and its decoratively carved arch, Tinwell, close to Stamford on the A6121, Tixover, the tiny up market village with some large houses and a quarry which is used as an off road centre, Uppingham , once famous of its Uppingham Union Workshouse built in the 19th century, the tiny hamlet of Wardley, the medieval village of Whissendine, with its early 19th century Mill, Whitwell, another tiny hamlet in this stunning part of the country and Wing with its medieval circular turf maze . We provide Building Surveys to make sure you are buying the right property and provide market Valuations to ensure that you are buying the property at the right price together with Specific Defects Reports if you have any problems in any particular area then contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation. We are more than happy to talk about what the Building Surveys involve, these are also sometimes known as Structural Surveys or Engineers Reports. For those not living in the area here is some general information on Rutland.
As surveyors we have often surveyed in Rutland other villages such as Asfordby, Belton-in-Rutland, set in beautiful countryside with its 16th and 17th century farmhouses and Stoke Dry.
Contact 1stAssociated.co.uk for help and advice if you have property issues with your existing property or indeed if you require a valuation or building survey on a property you are purchasing in Rutland on 0800 298 5424 .
Whilst a lot of this is written from general knowledge and local knowledge of the area and here are some websites that we think will be of interest to you in the Rutland area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
britainexpress.com, Rutnet.co.uk , Discover- Rutland .co.uk , Rutland -Times.co.uk , UKVillages.co.uk, bedandbreakfastdirect.co.uk, British-Towns.net, british-history.ac.uk, Rutland Village.co.uk, VisionofBritain.org.uk , SomeWhereToGo.co.uk, VillageLinks.co.uk, Kellner.Eclipse.co.uk, GreatCasterton, greatfoodmag.co.uk, LeicestershireParishCouncils.org , Hambleton Hall.com HambletonHall.com, holidaylettings.co.uk, RobsChurches.MoonFruit.com , Information-Britain.co.uk , VisionOfBritain.org.uk , Langham Village.com , Langham In Rutland .org.uk , OldWhitehart.co.uk , MarketOverton .net , Normanton Church.co.uk , Touruk.co.uk , Uppingham .co.uk , .RutlandGreendale.co.uk, rutlandwaterbenefice.info/pilton; zoopla.co.uk