It’s not everyone who has the courage or confidence to buy a brand new home without the first bricks being laid.
But if you are brave enough, there are huge benefits to be gained by cherry picking your preferred plot from the drawing board.
And for home hunters in Bedfordshire, there is an opportunity to do just that – following the recent launch of a new development in the village of Biddenham.
Made up of 101 superb two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, St Andrews at Kings Field is perfectly placed to allow residents to enjoy the best of both worlds – the tranquillity of a village location while being close to the town of Bedford and beyond.
The homes are being built in a selection of terraced, semi detached and detached styles, with a show home expected to open in late summer / early autumn.
There is an opportunity for purchasers to beat the rush and register their interest now, or even reserve their brand new home and reap numerous benefits including:
Linden Homes Midlands sales director Clare Phillips said: “Buying off plan is a trend which seems to be continuing among customers across the Midlands region, buyers who are keen to secure their preferred plot on a particular development.
“For the customer, this is great news – bringing with it numerous benefits. For developers like us, it shows a real confidence in the new homes market and a recognition that our carefully chosen locations and designs are continuing to win public approval.
“Our experience shows that customers are much more savvy about the house buying process, and coupled with knowledgeable and experienced sales staff and up to the minute brochures and plans – snapping up a new home from the drawing board is as popular as it has ever been, and never easier.”
St Andrews at Kings Field is just over half a mile from Bedford train station, with London St Pancras International station just 40 minutes by rail.
For more details on the development contact the team on 01733 822205.
Buying off plan could bag you a dream home
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04 July 2016