Stuart Roxborough

Conveyancing Executive Residential Property | Wells
Office: 01749 342323

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I am a Conveyancing Executive in the Residential Property team based in the Wells office.

I have worked within a legal practice since leaving school, working my way up through the profession. Since relocating from the North East eight years ago, where I worked in the house-building sector, I have been an active player in the South West being a key player in local residential and commercial departments.

I am able to provide support on all aspects of not only residential property, but also commercial development of property – whether that's a new development or development within your own garden. Having previously worked as an in-house lawyer in the property sector, I fully understand the financial and strategic factors to be taken into account, as well as the legalities.

Out of office interests include being a qualified instructor in the martial art of Aikido. I have had the privilege of personally training with the American actor, director and 7th Dan black belt Steven Seagal on the Aikido mat in Paris! I also like keeping fit with either cycling or walking.


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Notable sales/purchases

  • Dealt with a £14 million land buy for a reputable house builder, as well as various other multi-million pound purchases and sale.
  • Negotiated a land buy which involved an allotment plot with over 40 different separate sellers for a development.

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