Aberystwyth Surveyors

01267 580 581 or 0800 880 6024


Your local firm of Chartered Surveyors covering Aberystwyth is Aberystwyth Surveyors, led by Keith Batten MRICS. Keith is a fully qualified Building Surveyor and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, with a wealth of knowledge of Aberystwyth and the surrounding area. Keith carries out all survey types of residential and commercial properties and has extensive local experience of pre-purchase surveys.

Your local Surveyor in Aberystwyth:

Keith will provide you with no obligation initial advice. If you're too far away to make viewing properties practical, Keith can carry out a 'Viewing Inspection' on your behalf and provide you with a comprehensive bank of photos and short report to ensure you make the right choice.

Aberystwyth Surveyors is a trading name of Right Surveyors Glamorgan Ltd and a regulated firm of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Keith Batten, Aberystwyth's trusted building surveyor
Building Surveyor - Keith Batten FRICS

Find out more at www.aberystwythsurveyor.co.uk


Aberystwyth is a historic market town and holiday resort within Ceredigion, West Wales. It is located near the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol. The town is the unofficial capital of Mid Wales.

Historically part of Cardiganshire, since the late 19th century Aberystwyth has been a major Welsh educational centre, with the establishment of Aberystwyth University in 1872. The traditional grade I listed buildings of the University’s Old College contrast starkly with the more modern campus buildings. Aberystwyth offers a range of houses, including Edwardian villas, terraced homes and modern executive houses. While much of the town is modern there is a wealth of listed property, including the remains of Aberystwyth Castle, a Grade I listed fortress which surveys show dates back to the late 1200s and whole streets of attractive 19th century terraced houses.

Aberystwyth Sea Front Properties, Dyfed
Aberystwyth Sea Front Properties, Dyfed

Aberystwyth is home to the Royal Pier, originally 242m long when it was built in 1865 but now only 91m long. The seafront stretches from Constitution Hill, at the north end of the Promenade, to the mouth of the harbour at the south, taking in two separate beaches divided by the castle. Today, it comprises a number of different areas: Aberystwyth town, Llanbadarn Fawr, Waunfawr, Llanbadarn, Trefechan, Penparcau.

Constitution Hill gives access to glorious panoramic views and other popular attractions at the summit. The Cambrian Mountains contain forests and meadows that have changed little over the centuries and a great way to access them is by the preserved narrow gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway.

Aberystwyth’s closest larger towns are Swansea and Shrewsbury, both over an hour’s drive away, ideal for those seeking a more rural home.

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