With Help to Buy a new and bigger home why not come to Kier?

22nd April 2013

It’s here – the Government’s new Help To Buy scheme opened for applications this month and Kier Homes is applauding the fresh opportunity it’s giving more people to get the help they need to purchase a new home.

With Help to Buy a new and bigger home why not come to Kier?

At its Constantine Place development in Longstanton, Cambridge, Help to Buy means that now existing homeowners looking to move into a bigger property, can purchase a brand new, detached 5-bedroom home from just £316,796 plus a 5% deposit of £19,800 and 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).

The three-storey Arcadia features a stunning master bedroom suite to the top floor, including en suite and walk in wardrobe; separate dining room, study and utility room to ground floor. Also available, is the Aurora, a stunning 5 bedroom, 3 storey home with a spacious kitchen breakfast area. Four-bedroom homes include The Magnus - an imposing 4 bedroom detached home, with feature bay windows to dining room and study, kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility room and garage.

David Thomas, Sales & Marketing Director, Kier Homes said: “With this helping hand from the Government it really is a great time to take advantage of an opportunity to buy a larger, more spacious family home. Buyers at Constantine Place love the fact they can have a beautiful home in the heart of the countryside and yet be just minutes from the city of Cambridge. With only eleven 4 and 5 bedroom homes remaining – all carpeted and available to move into immediately - we’d urge buyers to act fast to secure their ideal property here.”

Located on the northern edge of Cambridge between the villages of Willingham and Oakington, the Constantine Place development in historic Longstanton enjoys a thriving community including a primary school, pub, village store and Post Office - perfectly placed for families wanting to enjoy a rural lifestyle just minutes from the city.

 

The surrounding countryside gives residents the chance to explore a wealth of paths, ponds, woodlands and ancient fields, while the bustling university city of Cambridge, just three miles away, offers a wide range of cultural and leisure facilities. The guided bus link serves Longstanton and takes just 16 minutes to reach Cambridge city centre.