WITH many people putting off looking for a new home until the New Year – Linden Homes can help Grimsby house hunters get ahead of the game and beat the early 2014 rush.
The award-winning developer’s range of contemporary one and two-bedroom apartments in the heart of the town have already attracted a number of sales – with the remaining eight properties ready to move into now!
The chic and stylish apartments have created a buzz around the area, and sit perfectly with the selection of new homes currently available at the popular Renaissance development at Humberston Avenue.
With the Help to Buy scheme also available – Christmas could certainly come early for anyone wishing to reserve this festive season.
Ideal for first time buyers or young professionals, the apartments tick all the boxes when it comes to modern living in an excellent location – and also mark a first for the local area.
Linden Homes sales director Steve Woomble said: “These apartments are a wonderful addition to our stunning portfolio at Renaissance, and offer a slightly different style of living – perfect for first time buyers or young professionals looking for something really chic and stylish.
“The open plan design of the apartments gives a feeling of space and airiness, and the overall style lends itself perfectly to buyers looking for a quality home but on a slightly smaller and easier to manage scale.”
And with the assistance of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, there is the additional advantage of saving money on your move.
Here’s how the scheme works:
Meanwhile, there is a final chance to snap up a four-bedroom detached home at the Renaissance development.
For more information about the apartments and the development call into the sales and marketing suite which is open from Thursday to Monday from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively contact the sales team on 01472 815055.
|Why wait until the New Year? Chic and stylish apartment living
is available now at Linden Homes’ Renaissance development
in Humberston Avenue, Grimsby.
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06 December 2013