HMO Terraced House
stamp duty: £24,000
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
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Maidstone is the largest town in Kent and lies around 32 miles south-east of London. The River Medway runs through the town centre and connects it to Rochester and the Thames Estuary.
Maidstone has very good transport links with the A229 running through the town, connecting it to Rochester and Hawkhurst, the A249 connecting it to Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey, the A20 connecting it to Sevenoaks and Ashford, The A26 to Tonbridge and the A274 to Tenterden. The M20 motorway runs past Maidstone to the north with junctions 6 & 7 serving the town.
There are two railway routes, Maidstone East and Maidstone West. Maidstone East railway station is on the Maidstone line and trains are operated by Southeastern. Services run to London Victoria and Ramsgate via Ashford International and Canterbury West. Maidstone West railway station is also operated by Southeastern and lies on the Medway Valley line with services to Strood and Tonbridge. It also lies on the High Speed line to London Bridge.
Some of the things to do and see in Maidstone include Leeds Castle, Maidstone Museum, Mote Park, river excursions on the Kentish Lady riverboat, Balfour Winery, Buttercups Sanctuary for goats and the Maidstone Distillery.
Shopping in Maidstone offers a great variety with the usual high street favourites and a number of smaller boutique businesses. There are also three shopping centres: Fremlins Walk, The Mall and The Royal Star.
Education in Maidstone is provided by 15 secondary schools, 23 primary schools and 2 special schools. There are also 4 grammar schools and the University for the Creative Arts, which has a campus at the Maidstone TV studios.
The retail industry is the biggest local employer, followed by real estate, manufacturing, construction and transport and communications.
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