stamp duty: £6,725
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
1 reception room
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Patchway is situated about 6 miles north West of central Bristol, off the M5, just north of Filton Airfield where Rolls-Royce, BAE systems and Airbus UK are major aerospace employers.
Bristol is a city and county the straddles the River Avon in the south-west of England, it is situated 12.2 miles north-east of Bath and 38.1 miles south of Gloucester.
The city of Bristol is serviced by two primary railway stations, Bristol Temple Meads which is near the city centre and Bristol Parkway which is just in the north of the city. Great Western Railway operates high-speed train services from Bristol Temple Meads to London Paddington, as well as local, regional and other CrossCountry routes. In addition, there is a limited service run by South Western Railway that provides links to London Waterloo via Clapham Junction. Great Western runs a separate high-speed service from Bristol Parkway to London Paddington, as well as routes to locations in South Wales such as Swansea and Cardiff and CrossCountry services to Birmingham and the north-east of England.
Bristol has always been the heart of culture and art in the west country and this tradition has continued in to contemporary times. The city is riddled with various theatres and live music venues and has always been a pioneering force in the contemporary arts. There are many art galleries and museums throughout the city also that help to paint a picture of the rich history behind this cultural hub on the west country. Just two miles from this property in the centre of town one can find Bristol’s Shopping Quarter, with a fantastic array of restaurants, bars, as well as a wide range of independent and well-known high-street stores.
Bristol is historically known as a city of trade, exporting wool cloth and importing fish, wine and grains. In more contemporary times the city’s economy is primarily based with innovations in creative media, aerospace and electronics industries. Some of the biggest employers in Bristol include Screwfix, Hays Recruitment, Expedia and the Bristol Aeroplane Company.
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