HMO Terraced House
stamp duty: £21,000
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
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Warrington is a large town in Cheshire, England, on the banks of the river Mersey. It lies around 20 miles east of Liverpool and 20 miles west of Manchester.
The town is well situated with close access to the M62, M6 and M56 motorways connecting it to a number of cities including Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Coventry, Birmingham and all the way to Carlisle.
Warrington is also well connected via 2 railway stations. Bank Quay station is on the West Coast Main Line connecting London Euston and Glasgow Central, as well as Manchester Piccadilly to North Wales via Chester. Central station is on the Liverpool to Manchester line and runs services between Liverpool and the North East of England or East Anglia.
Warrington is a historic town and at its heart it still offers great shopping including Golden Square Shopping Centre, home to numerous major brands. There are also a number of out of town retail parks which include Britain’s first Ikea.
The Warrington Museum and Art Gallery showcases the development of the town and hosts several contemporary and specialist street art exhibitions. Parr Hall, the town’s concert hall, and the Pyramid, an arts centre, provide a multitude of music concerts and shows for all ages year round. Other attractions include Walton Hall and Gardens and Gulliver’s World theme park, as well as Daresbury Church with its Alice in Wonderland stained glass windows.
For nature lovers there are the Trans Pennine Trail, Risley Moss Nature Reserve, Lymm Damm, Culcheth Linear Park, Sankey Valley Park and Victoria Park. Warrington is also well located to access the Peak District, North Wales and the Lake District.
There are many job opportunities in the local area including big employers such as Warrington Council, Warrington & Halton NHS Foundation Trust, Hewlett Packard, Sellafield Ltd, Certas Energy, Rolls-Royce Nuclear as well as AECOM, Atkins and CH2M, to name a few.
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