Anticipation is building among Surrey property watchers for the launch of award-winning Linden Homes’ Heathlands development in Frimley this month.
Enviably located in a sought-after area near Camberley, the new homes for sale will offer a high quality choice ranging from stylish two-bedroom apartments to two, three, four and five-bedroom family houses.
The launch will include the unveiling of the show home, as well as the spotlight being shone on ways to make buying easier, such as the government-backed Help to Buy scheme and Linden Homes’ own Part Exchange service.
The family friendly neighbourhood surrounding Heathlands boasts an array of popular and well-known high street shops within The Mall, together with a multi-screen cinema, and a variety of bars, restaurants and cafes.
For growing families, the area is also blessed with a choice of schools rated by Ofsted as “good” or “outstanding”.
And for work, direct services from nearby Frimley and Camberley train stations can reach London Waterloo in less than an hour and a quarter. By road, quick links to the M3 at Junction 4 offer routes north into the capital or instead to the south coast.
Andrew Reynolds, sales and marketing director at Linden Homes South, said: “Even before launch day, Heathlands has caught the attention of local people who know the area and can see what an opportunity the homes present in a popular neighbourhood.
“There’s a lot for the family in terms of activities and lifestyle, but also for work opportunities thanks to the good connections and – for the children – a high standard of local education. Once Heathlands launches, we expect sales to be swift. We’re asking people to register with us to keep ahead of the queue on updates about the homes and get their first choice on the properties being launched.”
To make the purchasing process easier, Linden Homes offers its Part Exchange scheme in which, on qualifying properties, it acts as the guaranteed buyer. The support saves on expensive estate agent’s fees as well as the time and hassle of selling a home.
Alternatively, on homes priced up to £600,000, buyers with deposits as low as five per cent can take advantage of the Help to Buy scheme. The deposit combines with a government loan of 20 per cent (interest free for five years) to leave buyers requiring a more attainable mortgage of 75 per cent.
To find out more about Heathlands and to register your interest, call 01276 862 766.
Media can contact Kelly Ward or Claire Oakley at Remarkable Content on 01962 893893 for more information, images and interviews with Linden Homes.
15 January 2016