Help To Move: Up To £20,000 Stamp Duty Paid At Cleeve View

Linden Homes is helping homebuyers by paying up to £20,000 stamp duty on selected homes at its popular Cleeve View development in Bishop’s Cleeve.

Sue Scholfield, sales and marketing director of Linden Homes, explained: “We understand that homebuyers can find it challenging to raise the stamp duty funds so we’re delighted to be able to help at Cleeve View.”

Linden Homes’ stunning four and five bedroom houses in Bishop’s Cleeve are big, beautiful and perfectly situated. The development features an attractive collection of spacious homes, just a few miles from Cheltenham.

Sue added: “We have some fantastic houses available. Home 44 will make a wonderful family home - not only is the property well-designed, but it is also energy efficient and near some good Ofsted-rated schools. The five bedroom Chalford housetype, includes a double garage and a private drive with four parking spaces. There are also photo voltaic panels on the roof to maximise energy efficiency, while reducing running costs and your carbon footprint.

“Set over three storeys, the attractive home features a spectacular open plan kitchen and family/dining room with contemporary bi-fold doors out to the garden, a separate living room, practical utility room and downstairs toilet. Upstairs there is a beautiful master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a dressing area, two additional bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms and a stylish shower room.

“You can probably tell that we’re very proud of the homes we’re building so do visit us to find out how we can help you move to this superb new address.”
Linden Homes proudly supports the Bishop’s Cleeve Colts under 14 girls football team.

For more details visit the show home and marketing suite, open daily from 10am to 5pm, off Vale Road, Bishop’s Cleeve, GL52 8FJ. Call 01242 850292

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Media can contact Emma Mackay on 077383 12960 for more information, images and interviews with Linden Homes.

30 June 2017

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