stamp duty: £2,100
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
Tenants that stay for long periods feel they have a stake in the property and are more likely to treat it as though it was theirs.
2 reception rooms
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Blackburn is a town in Lancashire in north west England. It lies around 8 miles east of Preston and 21 miles north-west of Manchester.
The town is very well connected by road, with the A666 and A667 passing through the town and the M65 motorway running south of Blackburn. The M65 connects to the M61 at junction 9 and the M6 at junction 29.
Blackburn railway station is located in the centre of town and is served by Northern Trains. On the Ribble Valley Line regular trains run south to Manchester Victoria and north to Clitheroe. On the East Lancashire Line there are train services to Preston and Colne, with some through trains to Blackpool South. On the Caldervale Line trains run to Blackpool North as well as to Bradford Interchange, Leeds and York. There are also direct services to Manchester Victoria via Accrington and Burnley and a few through trains to Southport via Wigan Wallgate.
The local landmarks include Blackburn Cathedral, Ewood Park, Queen Victoria’s statue, and the Town Hall. Blackburn has several parks including Corporation Park, Queen’s Park, Roe Lee Park and Witton Country Park.
Other places to visit include Turton and Entwistle Reservoir, King Georges Hall, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Planet Ice Blackburn, Bureau Centre for the Arts and Mrs Dowsons Farm, to name a few.
The Mall Shopping Centre offers a variety of high street brands as well as independent stores. On the ground floor of the shopping centre is Blackburn Market which offers a variety of stalls selling fresh and seasonal produce, textiles, electrical items, clothes, gifts and more. Further retailers can be found in the streets surrounding the shopping centre.
Education in Blackburn is provided by a large number of primary schools, nine state-funded secondary schools and one private secondary school, as well as a few special schools. There are two further education colleges in town and the East Lancashire Institute of Higher Education offer higher education courses for the over 18s.
The main employers in Blackburn include Blackburn College, Thwaites Brewery, BAE Systems, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and the East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
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