At the Bowman Mews development close to the town centre at Cherryholt Road, Stamford, Help to Buy means that now, with a Government loan of up to 20% of the value of the property which can be repaid at any time or on the sale of the home, homeowners as well as first-time buyers can purchase a brand new 3-bedroom family home for just £265,996 plus a 5% deposit of £17,500.
The Howard features open plan living area, spacious master bedroom suite with sitting room and two further large bedrooms to the second floor. For growing families looking to upsize The Dudley is a spacious 4-bedroom townhouse, featuring a balcony to the first floor and en suites. With an £18,500 deposit, Help to Buy brings the mortgage requirement down to just £277,497.
David Thomas, Sales & Marketing Director, Kier Homes said: “With this helping hand from the Government it really is a great time to buy a new home or take advantage of an opportunity to gain a larger, more spacious family home. With only nine properties left, in a town recognised by The Sunday Times as being the best place to live in Britain, we’re now anticipating a last minute rush to snap up these remaining homes at Bowman Mews.”
Kier Homes also offers Part Exchange at Bowman Mews.
David Thomas added: “With Part Exchange homeowners can avoid the aggravation of selling their old home so there’s no estate agency fees to pay and no chains to delay the move. It really couldn’t be easier”
Located on the former Bowman stonemason’s site, each property is built to be sensitive to the area’s heritage. The properties are well served by public transport and less than a 20 minute walk from Stamford Rail Station with regular direct trains to Peterborough (with connections to London) and Cambridge. Local amenities, including local shops, school and parks, are within walking distance and the A1 is less than a 5 minute drive away.