Rutland and Stamford Market Valuation, Homebuyer Reports and Building Surveys. As Chartered
Surveyors (RICS) and Registered Valuers we have undertaken Market Valuations, Building Surveys
(formerly known as a Structural Survey) and RICS Homebuyer Surveys (commonly referred to as a
Homebuyer Report) in Rutland and Stamford for over 25 years.
Rutland & Stamford Area
The largest population centres are Oakham and Uppingham with Stamford just over the County
boundary. Commonly referred to as the Golden Triangle, being one of the most picturesque and
desirable areas to live and work, within the region.
Predominately of Georgian origin with some later Victorian and a good mix of the late twentieth and
century properties. Collyweston slate features heavily with the older housing stock and has recently
begun to be quarried again. Other than the three market towns, the region is rural with house types
ranging from farm worker’s cottages to the more formal dwellings of the gentry and later barn
conversions and contemporary one-off projects. Of course, there are the modern more generic
house types found throughout the Midlands and East Anglia forming the more recently expanded
outskirts of the towns and some villages.
LE15 Oakham, Uppingham and villages
PE9 Stamford and villages