About Kirkby Lonsdale

With a weekly market, many local events and traditional shops, Kirkby Lonsdale bustles with atmosphere. Although classed as a town, Kirkby Lonsdale is certainly small enough to retain a village feel.

The town’s centre comprises elegant 18th century buildings, charming stone cottages, cobbled courtyards and narrow alleyways; all of which combine to give this small town its own unique character.

With local beauty spots such as Ruskin’s View, as painted by Turner, Kirkby Lonsdale enjoys a natural, unspoiled, rural environment. Popular with walkers thanks to its attractive byways and public bridleways, the town’s location above the River Lune also makes it a well-known spot to catch trout and salmon.

Property in Kirkby Lonsdale can be highly sought after. With houses ranging from large residential homes, rural houses with land and outbuildings to period properties, families and couples alike can find somewhere to call home. Being on the borders of the Lake District, Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, Kirkby Lonsdale is also a popular destination for visiting tourists, with some properties being purchased as holiday lets or second homes.

Chartered Surveying Services in Kirkby Lonsdale

Matthew Parkinson Chartered Surveyors is located in nearby Lancaster and is therefore ideally placed to serve clients in Kirkby Lonsdale. Our surveying practice has a local feel and is run by Matthew, who has lived in the area his whole life.

Matthew offers the following surveying services to clients concerning properties in Kirkby Lonsdale:

  • Building condition surveys
  • Valuations
  • Planning & development surveys
  • Land surveys/valuations
  • Architectural design
  • Design and project management
  • Property management

For more information on the Chartered Surveying services provided by Matthew, please get in contact.

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