Chartered Surveyors Longridge

About Longridge

Longridge is a town in the borough of Ribble Valley in Lancashire. Situated 8 miles North East of Preston, Longridge is both a suburb of Preston and a town in its own right.

Once an industrial centre with several quarries and a number of cotton mills, much of the property in Longridge dates back to this time with locally quarried sandstone providing a characteristic feature.

Home to 15 listed buildings, including Alston Hall, Longridge has many picturesque parts. The area is popular for walks and a hike to the top of Longridge Fell provides a reward of views to the Welsh Mountains, the Isle of Man, Ingleborough and the Loud Valley.

With a number of pubs locally alongside several restaurants and a number of well-regarded schools, Longridge is a popular location for families and couples alike.

About Lea Hough Chartered Surveyors, Lancashire

Lea Hough is a firm of Chartered Surveyors that offers a full range of property consultancy services. With our roots in Lancashire and our main offices in Preston and Blackburn, Lea Hough has a large portfolio of client work in and around Longridge.

As one of the mainstays of our business, we are regularly instructed by individual clients to conduct residential property surveys and valuations. As a Chartered firm of surveyors, our team must adhere to stringent high standards of knowledge and training. Combined with our team of local people with local knowledge, we believe we are best placed to provide sound advice on properties in Longridge.

Lea Hough also has a team that offer specialist advice to companies about commercial properties.  Our range of services in this area includes: commercial property valuations, schedules of condition, pre-lease assessments, dilapidations advice and stock condition surveys.

To speak to a member of our team about any of our property survey, valuation or other consultancy services, please get in touch.


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