IMAGINE yourself living in a brand new home with views of a stunning waterfront location on the edge of a vibrant city centre.
All this and much more is on offer to buyers at Linden Homes’ spectacular Oasis development in Lincoln – where a range of two-bedroom apartments have just been released for sale.
Many new homes at the development are being snapped up because of their canal-side appeal and wonderful waterfront setting.
The apartments – complete with eye-catching balcony - give a new dimension to the development, complementing its already fabulous two, three and four-bedroom homes.
Offering a chance for first time buyers to step onto the housing ladder.
As well as a chic and stylish home for first time buyers, the apartments also present low maintenance and stress-free living for young professionals with busy lives, or those looking to downsize to a smaller home within walking distance of a vibrant city centre.
And customers looking for a helping hand in the moving process could benefit from the FirstBuy incentive.
Designed specifically to support first time buyers, the Government initiative allows eligible buyers to own 100 per cent of their new home but only pay as little as 80 per cent of the price/mortgage.
This means you could be paying as little as £103,960 for a new two-bedroom home. A five per cent deposit is required for this scheme.
Oasis is located at Carholme Road, close to the Fossdyke Canal and Carholme Golf Course – proving there really is something for everyone, with convenient access to Lincoln’s A46 ring road to the West and the bustling but historic city centre and university to the East.
To find out more about the development and incentives currently on offer to curb the cost of moving home, visit the sales and marketing suite and show homes daily from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively, call the sales team on 01522 512215.
|Enjoy glorious waterfront living at your new home in Lincoln
– selected homes at Linden Homes’ Oasis development.
Pictured is the interior of a typical Linden Homes apartment.
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26 February 2013