HMO Terraced House
stamp duty: £6,500
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
1 reception room
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Stourbridge is a market town in the West Midlands on the River Stour. It lies around 15 miles east of Birmingham, 6.5 miles south-west of Dudley, 20 miles south-west of Walsall and 11.5 miles of Wolverhampton.
There are three main roads that meet in Stourbridge connecting it to nearby larger towns and cities, the A451, the A458 and the A491.
Stourbridge has two railway stations, Stourbridge Junction and Stourbridge Town. Stourbridge Junction is the main station and lies on the Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster Line. West Midlands trains run to Birmingham Snow Hill via Smethwick Galton Bridge, to Kidderminster, Worcester Shrub Hill or Great Malvern. Chiltern Railways also provide services to and from London Marylebone via Birmingham Snow Hill. Trains from Stourbridge Town railway station serve the local area between Stourbridge Town and Stourbridge Junction.
Some of the local places of interest include Red House glass museum, Black Country Living museum, the Bonded Warehouse, Client Hills, Hagley Hall, Kinver Edge Rock Houses, the Ruskin glass centre and the Stambermill viaduct.
The local high street is home to a mix of national chains and independent retailers, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Just off the high street there is the Ryemarket Shopping Centre and at the end of the high street is the Crown Centre Shopping Mall. The Stourbridge farmers and craft market takes place every first and third Saturday in Clock Square and offers a variety of stalls selling local produce, wines, free range and organic foods, as well as arts, crafts, antiques and retro wares.
Stourbridge is known for glass making since the early 1600s and celebrates its history since 2004 through a bi-annual International Festival of Glass. The exhibition attracts visitors, collectors, galleries and museums from around the world.
Education in Stourbridge is provided by a number of primary and secondary schools, as well as King Edward VI College, Old Swinford Hospital School, Redhill School and Elmfield Rudolf Steiner School.
With its good road links Stourbridge is a commuter town for nearby cities.
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