If you are thinking about upsizing to a bigger home with more space for your family but feel it could be out of your financial reach – then Linden Homes East Yorkshire can help.
Thanks to the popular Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, home hunters (including those with an existing property to sell) can get more house for their money under the cost-curbing incentive.
For those with an existing home to sell, H2B is the ideal incentive to move up the housing ladder at the popular Swanland Gardens development in Swanland.
Here’s how the scheme works:
Made up of only 31 homes, Swanland Gardens is an exclusive collection of traditionally inspired properties in a range of attractive designs.
A number of the stunning Cotswold style homes are now ready to buy.
The Cotswold is a spacious five bedroom detached home, elegantly designed over three floors – creating a wonderful place in which to work rest and play.
The ground floor has double doors into a generous sized lounge with bay window to the front and opening onto the rear garden with French doors.
A wonderful kitchen/ diner allows for a fabulous entertaining or family space. Four of the five spacious bedrooms, including master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite, are located on the first floor.
And with all that space, why not think about changing the use of one of the bedrooms to a home office or study – or perhaps a hobby room if you have a passion for painting, love playing music or even a flair for dressmaking, arts and crafts?
A self-contained second floor bedroom with bathroom are located in a perfect contained space for older children or guests staying over.
For more details or to look around the show home, call into the sales and marketing suite which is open daily from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively contact the sales team on 01482 977 583.
Swanland Gardens is located within a good school catchment area, and enjoys the best of village life while being close to the A63/M62 for travelling or commuting.
Upsizing to a brand new five bedroom home doesn’t cost
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10 April 2017