HMO Semi-Detached House
stamp duty: £22,000
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
3 reception rooms
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Plymouth is a city located in the county of Devon on the south coast of England, approximately 37 miles south-west from Exeter and 190 miles west-south-west of London.
This city is serviced by Plymouth railway station which is managed by Great Western Railway and also operates services by CrossCountry. The majority of services are trains on the Cornish Main Line served by Great Western Railway from London Paddington, some of which terminate at Plymouth, but a few continue over the Cornish Main Line to Penzance. The Cornish Riviera also utilises this route, providing a fast London to Penzance service in around 5 and a half hours. Cross country services are mostly from Scotland or the north of England via Bristol and terminating at Plymouth. Travelling around the city is effortless thanks to regular bus services provided by Plymouth Citybus, Stagecoach South West and Target Travel.
Plymouth city centre is a modern and pedestrianised area, offering the largest centre for shopping in the south west outside of Bristol. There is a vast array of attractions, entertainment and sightseeing to do around the centre as well as the large abundance of restaurants, bars and pubs. All of one’s shopping needs can be serviced in this city centre, form independent shopping in the West End and Plymouth market to the modern Drake Circus, there is truly something for everyone.
Plymouth city centre has much to offer in terms of job opportunities also, as this contemporary city centre continues to grow and require more individuals to manage the hospitality industry. There are also many large businesses in Plymouth that employ thousands of people with in the area such as CDS (Superstores international), Devonport Royal Dockyard Limited and Pennon Group PLC to name a few.
There are many schooling options in the local area for the various phases of education. For a young family potentially looking for local educational solutions for their child, Stuart Road Primary School offers co-ed teaching from age 4-11 and even a nursery. Secondary schools in the area include Devonport High School for Boys and Plymouth High School for Girls, both of which educate up until 18.
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