2 Percent Off Stamp Duty At Beautiful Cholsey Meadows For This Weekend Only!

Cholsey Meadows is the place to be this weekend, if you’re looking for a new home to buy.

For Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September only, Linden Homes is offering 2% off the cost of stamp duty.

That means that if you reserve a brand new four bedroom terraced Cholsey Meadows home at a price of £440,000, the cost of the stamp duty will be reduced by £8800.

Similarly, a four bedroom detached home priced at £499,950 would, if reserved this weekend, have the stamp duty reduced by almost £10,000.

Simon Pendlebury, the sales and marketing director at Linden Homes Chiltern says that if you are looking for a new home, this is an opportunity not to be missed:

“We hope, if you are interested in a four bedroom home at Cholsey Meadows, that you won’t miss this offer. The 2% reduction can make a significant difference to the price of these homes and we’re expecting significant interest this weekend. Come along and have a look round the development – it’s in a beautiful setting – and when you look round the show home you will see for yourself why Linden Homes has won so many industry awards.”

Cholsey Meadows is set in wonderful grounds, in a village location and is surrounded by meadows and a nature reserve. There is a cricket pitch within the development – which is flanked by a quiet track that leads straight down to the River Thames.

But it also has the advantage of being close to Cholsey train station and from here it takes just 20 minutes to reach Reading and 30 minutes to get to Oxford. You can commute to Paddington in less than an hour.

Cholsey Meadows’ sales and marketing suite will be open from 10am to 5pm this Saturday and Sunday, the 20th and 21st September.

You can find out more about the development call 0844 417 3895.
(The sales and marketing suite at Cholsey Meadows is open daily from 10am to 5pm).

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For further information, contact Claire Cathersides or Emma Cox at Remarkable Group on 01962 893893.

19 September 2014

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