House Removals Fraserburgh
The fishing port of Fraserburgh is the biggest shellfish port in Europe and is located in the north east corner of Aberdeenshire.
Although the town is a busy commercial harbour, there is a wealth of undiscovered beauty. The magical coastline of Fraserburgh offers amazing attractions and activities for visitors and locals, including golf, bird watching, shooting, as well as a range of water sports and walking.
The first-ever lighthouse in Scotland was built in Kinnaird Head and now forms part of the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses. It boasts the largest collections of lighthouse equipment in the UK including nationally recognized collection of glass lenses and social history artefacts. Next door is Fraserburgh Heritage Museum which illustrates the rich history of this north east Scottish fishing town and commemorates famous son of the town.
House Removals Fraserburgh
Flats and smaller homes are hard to come by in Fraserburgh, family homes are the name of the game in terms of sales. 1 bed flats have prices around £65,000. 4 bed terraced and detached properties saturate the market, with prices anywhere in the bracket of £100,000 to £370,000. It completely depends on the location, land and finish of the property.
Pubs, retail premises and farms often hit the sale listings in Fraserburgh too.
The Britannia Greers of Elgin office is located just 1 hour away from Fraserburgh, in Keith. Therefore, we are perfectly situated to help you with your move to or from Fraserburgh, and we also a have a variety of storage solutions available should you require them.
Schools in Fraserburgh
There are four primary schools in Fraserburgh, with two providing nursey facilities as well. Fraserburgh North School is the preferred primary, ranked ‘good’ during inspection. St Andrew’s Primary didn’t fare too badly with HMIE either, receiving reports of ‘good’ and ‘satisfactory’. Southpark Primary School and Lochpots Primary received ‘satisfactory’ and ‘weak’ results.
There is one secondary school, Fraserburgh Academy. It was granted ‘satisfactory’ status from HMIE.
In terms of further education, the North East Scotland College is in Fraserburgh and has a number of academic and vocational courses available to school leavers.
Transport Links in Fraserburgh
Elgin and Aberdeen are the nearest cities to Fraserburgh, but commuting there would take over an hour, even with little traffic. Huntly and Inverurie are the nearest stations to Fraserburgh, but are a whopping hours’ drive away. There are a number of local bus routes, servicing Fraserburgh and other local towns and villages.