In addition to surveying Prime Property in Central London I also survey Prime, Super Prime & Luxury Country property in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Cotswolds’, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Poole, Sandbanks, Surrey, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Windsor.
I survey modern estates and old country houses dating back around a 1000 years. I specialise in brick built and timber frame Historic England Listed Buildings Grade 2 and Grade 1 in addition to property in conservation areas.
I understand high value property, differences in valuation, and complex building pathology.
I realise that high value properties always require a more detailed inspection and thorough report writing with a follow up verbal consultation.
I very much understand the need to move quickly, discreetly, but most importantly with accuracy, care and professionalism.
Modern mansions, country estates, traditional family homes and penthouses all require differing skillsets and I am experienced in all types of property in the UK and beyond. I remain available to you at all times through the process of your purchase.
Understanding the true condition and value of a property will enable you to proceed confidently in the knowledge your investment is sound. It is very important that you understand everything about the property that you are buying, so that there are no surprises.
Swimming pools, tennis courts, outbuildings, paddocks, moats and lakes are all spectacular additions, however they are also expensive to upkeep and maintain too. Understanding any defects in advance provides an opportunity negotiate to repair any issues, or assist you with a possible renegotiation.
Contact me to discuss your plans. I am independent and work for you.
If you are considering using a Prime & Luxury Country Property Surveyor and require further information, please do get in touch and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 355 5045 or 07796 363 006.
Assuring our clients experience the best service possible
I am contactable directly to provide advice to clients
Meticulous and thorough in every property appraisal
I will generally go to any location to inspect county houses and estates.
Yes usually all permanent buildings will be inspected.
We often find that inadequate insulation and ventilation in roof spaces and blocked and overflowing gutters are the two of the most frequent issues. Your survey should include inspection of the roof, chimneys and high level surfaces. From the inside, roof spaces and roof structures should be checked, where accessible.
You're not legally bound to buying the house – your offer is Subject To Contract so if the problems revealed in the survey are too detrimental to the property's value you can always pull out. This is why talking to your surveyor is so important – they're the expert.
You could of course request to have a survey undertaken at any stage for a property you were interested in purchasing, but the homeowner is under no obligation to let you undertake a survey until you have made an offer which they have formally agreed.