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With Chichester being the heart of both life and work for Paul, it was an apartment at Graylingwell Park - with the beauty of the surrounding countryside - that made this the perfect location for his new 2 bedroom apartment.
Paul was also interested in a location that was both safe and had a community feel to it. So when he visited Graylingwell Park, he knew he had found just what he was looking for.
Paul said: “What ultimately made me buy here was the no-pressure sales approach. Linden’s expert knowledge of the site helped guide me to towards the property that was right for me; they were there every step of the way.
“Peace of mind is the biggest advantage when buying a new property, and the Linden team were absolutely fantastic. I had regular calls with the sales team, who made sure that I was fine and that everything was working which gave me absolute reassurance that what I had done was the right thing.
“I’ll continue to recommend people. The properties are very well built, it’s a great community and it’s very safe. There isn’t a downside I’ve found yet; it’s just what I wanted.”
“It was really smooth, the whole process was really quick” – Part Exchange with Linden Homes
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