Conveyancing in Poole
Buying a house in Poole
Located on the south coast of England, Poole is a large seaport town found in the county of Dorset. The borough has a population of around 150,000, and due to its appeal as a pleasant place to live there is a thriving property market in the area.
When looking to buy or sell property in Poole, you must instruct a lawyer to carry out the legal work on your behalf.
My Home Move Conveyancing can offer you an award winning level of customer service, creative use of technology and detailed knowledge of the local market. We assign each of our clients a dedicated conveyancer who will take care of your case from start to finish, overseeing every aspect for you and providing regular progress updates.
At My Home Move Conveyancing we are proud to offer our conveyancing services to customers across the Poole area, from the bustling town centre to popular Ashley Cross with its trendy bars and the exclusive Sandbanks neighbourhood.
The average house price in Poole is £235,696. During the past year most sales involved detached properties, which went for an average of £457,789, while flats also sold well for an average of £245,243.
Semi-detached and terraced properties sold a similar amount, fetching £247,599 and £234,999 respectively.
The local authority responsible for properties is Borough of Poole. They can be contacted on 0800 506 050 or at the following address:
Borough of Poole
The local area
Poole’s history dates back to before the Iron Age, although the area began to emerge as an important seaport from the 12th century. Its heritage includes the forging of trade links with America in the 18th century and being a focal point of the Normandy invasion during World War II. Poole is a popular tourist spot thanks to its coastal setting, while the Lighthouse is one of the UK’s largest art centre complexes.
There is a selection of good schools in the area for families with children to consider, including St Mary’s, Baden-Powell and St Peter’s, Oakdale South Road and Lytchett Matravers Primary. Options for older children include Parkstone Grammar School, Poole Grammar School and Poole High School, while some of Bournemouth University’s main campus buildings are in Poole.
Bournemouth and Christchurch are located only around five miles to the east of Poole, a quick drive along the A35 and A338. The latter road heads north past Salisbury to join the M4 at Swindon, while the M27 can be picked up at Southampton, which becomes the M3 and heads towards London. The capital’s Waterloo station can be reached in approximately two hours by train, with Poole offering four railway stations on the South Western Main Line from London Waterloo to Weymouth.
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