Living in the countryside is different from being in an urban environment, and it raises particular issues when dealing with buying, selling and renting rural residential property.
Over recent years that has been an increase in the development of residential property in the countryside, whether converted former agricultural properties or new-builds. Many of these properties have attached smallholdings, paddocks, small businesses or farmland which can raise issues that need dealing with by people who are familiar with them. We have many years’ experience of dealing with rural properties
If you would like to discuss any issues relating to residential and rural property and conveyancing call William Kinread