stamp duty: £91,500
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £34,000
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Once fully let the apartments are expected to generate:
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Halifax is a minster town in West Yorkshire, England. It lies around 9 miles north of Huddersfield and 9 miles southwest of Bradford.
It is probably best known for Mackintosh’s chocolate products including Quality Street and Rolo, as well as Halifax Bank (now part of Lloyds Banking Group), which was founded here and still has its headquarter in the town.
Halifax is connected via the A58 that goes around the town west-bound to Leeds and all the way to Wetherby and east-bound to Prescot. Halifax railway station is on the Caldervale Line running services to Manchester Victoria, York, Selby via Bradford and Leeds, Blackpool North and London Kings Cross via Wakefield Kirkgate.
The town has much to offer for visitors, with its many Victorian buildings. Some of its attractions include the Grade I-listed Piece Hall, which is still used for a public market today, Halifax Minster which was completed in 1438, Calderdale Industrial Museum, the Town Hall, and Wainhouse Tower, the tallest folly in the world at 275ft.
Dean Clough is a converted mill factory, which was once one of the largest carpet manufacturing factories in the world and is now housing around 150 businesses and arts venues. These include retail shops as well as bars and restaurants.
There are also a number of outdoor activities on offer including Another World Adventure Centre, North Dean Woods, People’s Park and The Jungle Experience at Manor Heath Park.
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