Just One House Remains On Crossley Street First Phase

Prospective homeowners – only one property is left for sale on Crossley Street’s first phase, part of Linden Homes’ popular Grace Gardens development in Gorton, Greater Manchester.

The two-bedroom, semi-detached house is available to purchase under the government-backed Help to Buy scheme, making this Linden Homes property even more affordable for first-time buyers.

The home, ready for occupation before Christmas, benefits from driveway parking for two cars, two double bedrooms and separate kitchen and lounge areas.

Grace Gardens is a £9m development comprising 62 high-quality homes. The scheme features a mix of two, three and four-bedroom semi-detached and detached properties.

The Help to Buy scheme offers first time buyers the chance to purchase a home with just a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage.

The development is situated next to the A57, with easy links to the M67 and M60, making it an ideal location for young professionals working in Manchester and its surrounding areas.

Sian Pitt, head of sales at Linden Homes North West, said: “The interest in Grace Gardens has been huge, which is no surprise given its fantastic location and exceptional quality of every property.

“We want to give more people the chance to get on to the property ladder and into their dream home and the Help to Buy scheme can make this a reality. With just one property remaining in this phase, we’d recommend getting in touch as soon as possible.”

The New Homes Group have been working with Linden Homes to make purchasing a home more simple and achievable by helping buyers find the best mortgage option for them.

Adam Champion, business development director at The New Homes Group, said: “Schemes such as Help to Buy give more people the ability to buy the home they want, at an affordable price.

Based on the purchase of a £154,995 two-bedroom, semi-detached house at Grace Gardens, buyers supported by the Help to Buy scheme would need a deposit of £7,751 and could receive a mortgage of £116,245 with a £30,999 HCA contribution. Based on a typical mortgage rate currently available in the marketplace, monthly payments on the three-bedroom home could be as low as £395.

"With such low monthly repayments available on this last Gorton home, it really is worth getting in touch to avoid missing out!"

For first time buyers, moving into a new home can be a very busy and expensive time. To help make it hassle-free, Linden Homes also offers a first-time buyer furniture package, which includes a range of high quality, contemporary items to turn a new house into a home from day one. Prospective homeowners can find out more about the packages that are available at the Help to Buy event or by calling 0161 638 3427.

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04 October 2017

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