Make A Fresh Start This Spring With A Brand Village New Home In Warmington
23 Apr 2013

WHEN it comes to moving home or purchasing a first house - many buyers are faced with the dilemma of old versus new.

With around 1.5 million new homes being built in the UK every year, the choice of whether or not to buy new is enormous, leaving homeowners with a serious debate over which will give the best value for money - a new, or second hand property.

While older homes traditionally have larger rooms – there is inevitably the extra cost of re-decorating, installing a new bathroom or kitchen and laying new carpets.

However, buying a new house can not only cut down the cost but also put buyers in the driving seat when it comes to those finishing touches.

There are huge benefits to buying a brand new home – and cash savvy home hunters can now discover.

Located mid-way between Peterborough and Oundle in the Northamptonshire village of Warmington, the Aspire development will house 25 carefully designed modern homes in a traditional setting.

Work is already underway, and although prices for the two, three, four and five-bed stone and brick built homes are due to be released imminently, interest in the site at Stamford Lane is gathering momentum.

The impressive portfolio of new homes will include something for everyone, catering for diverse housing needs and lifestyles. Some of the new homes will also boast views of the village church.

The location offers the best of both worlds, a wonderful village setting yet enjoying easy road access to the nearby market town of Oundle and commuting centres like Peterborough and Northampton.

By buying new, customers can also benefit from:

  • Government-led incentives to help curb the cost of moving, including NewBuy which is available at Milton Keynes.
  • A stress free move – House builders have perfected the moving process. Linden Homes’ part exchange scheme means no chain - and other specially devised packages take the hassle out of moving house.
  • Less maintenance - old homes may have more character but they also need more maintenance than new ones, like new guttering, replacement windows or extra roof insulation.
  • Energy efficiency. New homes are well insulated, and include double-glazing and energy efficient heating systems and appliances as standard, making them cheaper to run than older homes.  The costs of heating a new home will be roughly half those of a comparable old one.
  • A blank canvas. Buyers getting involved at an early stage will usually have the opportunity to choose kitchen units, wall tiles, floor coverings and any optional extras of their choice.
  • A New Homes Building Council 10-year guarantee or similar warranty. As well as a valuation on a second hand property, most would-be purchasers would need to pay out for a homebuyer’s report - and then there is the possibility of a full structural survey on top of that!
  • A blank canvas garden that means there is scope for unique landscaping to suit your individual taste.

Linden Homes sales director Chris Roads said: “In today’s market place, with so many incentives available, the argument for buying new as opposed to old has never been greater. There are massive benefits to ease the financial burden and stresses related to moving home.”

For more information on Aspire register your interest on the Linden Homes website or contact Linden Homes on 01733 396657.


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