There are now only six homes remaining at the very popular Boyn Hill Gardens development in Maidenhead: With 90% of Boyn Hill Gardens now sold, there are just five 4 bedroom homes and one 3 bedroom home now available at this collection of new homes set on the wide, leafy and peaceful Boyn Hill Avenue.
The four bedroom homes are arranged over three floors. One features the master bedroom on the top floor, with its own bathroom. Other variations of the four bedroom houses have two bedrooms (both with their own ensuite bathrooms) on the first floor and a further two bedrooms on the second floor. All the homes have a generous living room with patio doors, or bi fold doors leading into the garden.
The site is close to the beautiful All Saints Church on neighbouring Boyn Hill Road and it is also within easy reach of the town centre where there is a good selection of high street shops, including Nicholson’s shopping Centre. There is a cinema, an arts centre (with a theatre) and a leisure centre.
Simon Pendlebury is the sales and marketing director at Linden Homes Chiltern:
“Maidenhead is not only beautiful but its historic too: The River Thames runs through the east of the town centre – crossed by the Maidenhead Bridge and further downstream is Brunel’s famous Railway Bridge which was immortalised by JMW Turner in his 1844 depiction of a steam train emerging from the river mist as it crossed the Thames at Maidenhead.
“It’s a timeless setting that has long been a favourite for commuters: Today’s communication links to London mean that, from Maidenhead station, you can be at Paddington in around 45 minutes. The A4 and M4 to London, Slough and Reading are also within easy reach.”
To make it easier to buy one of the few remaining homes at Boyn Hill Gardens, you could take advantage of Linden Homes’ Part Exchange scheme*.
Under the scheme, Linden Homes becomes your guaranteed buyer – and takes on the task of having your existing property valued and marketed.
With that side of the move dealt with, you can concentrate on buying your new home because you won’t need to arrange viewings of your old home, you don’t need to pay any estate agents fees and there are no brittle property chains to threaten your moving plans.
Alternatively, Help to Buy is available for those houses under £600,000. The Government backed equity scheme enables buyers to purchase a new home with just 5% deposit and a 20% Government equity loan – a loan that is interest free for the first five years and can be repaid at any time within the first 25 years.
For more information about the Part Exchange scheme , Help to Buy or for details of the Linden homes at Boyn Hill Gardens please visit the sales and marketing suite on site which is open on Thursdays to Mondays from 10am to 5pm (4pm on Fridays)
Alternatively you can call 0844 488 3604.
*scheme rules apply
For further information, contact Emma Cox or Claire McCowan at Remarkable Group on 01962 893893.
12 May 2014
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