Thanks for getting back to me so soon.Nice place. Is the land free-hold or lease-hold - you want to own the land. Make sure you check house for any signs of it the piles having failed squeaky floor boards etc. Roof- line looks ok - I always check that for signs of house having sunk anywhere. Check for cracks etc.
Land does not appear to have any liquifaction.
It's public water and public sewer.funny you say that about rain ; we have a place Ghana bottom of hill. Rain for any time at all causes erosion . Its not showing signs of that . Also there is little concrete where water just washes over and plenty of grass land to soak it up . No sewer so guess "foss septic " ? roof looks a variation of aluminium sheet which is also what they use Ghana. Not sure life time where ours is near sea . Even cheap one for us lasted circa 12 years
Thanks for your help.I inclined to say no, like I said my Aunt's was way stepper and this was a rare torrential downpour which was like a flash flood. Also remember soil is a factor as well, some soils drain better than others.
So I personally don't see any problems, however prudance would tell me that I should check things out with your solicitor who can do all the conveyance regarding any issues with the land etc.
If you aren't going through a solicitor then consult a land engineer. Do your homework... Best wishes as you go about looking into this property further.