If you are thinking about moving house for work or to be better connected to local amenities and your family, you might have seen a couple of advertisements for new homes, and be tempted to give a recently built house a go. However, in some situations it is better to go for an old construction, and you might even get a better value for your money. Find out more about these situations below.
If you are looking for something beyond standard, you will need a home that has a charm and unique features that you can turn into advantages and comfortable, functional spaces. Older homes, such as cottages and farmhouses have been built to last, and have some features that you will not find in newly built ones.
If you are hunting for the right location, and would like to break up with the city, you might want to consider nearby villages. Before you buy a house, however, you will need to check the road networks and the connections, as one of the disadvantages of living in a small village is that you will struggle to park and get in and out during busy periods. Still, it is worth to pay the premium for countryside location.