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Is this your only property?
and when did you buy it?
Provided this is your main residence then there is no capital gains tax when you sell all or part of it.
If on the other hand it is not your main residence then you pay capital gains tax on the difference between the purchase price and the sale price subject of course to your annual exemptions.
If you are selling part of your main residence then there is no CGT.
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