Linden Homes and Crest Nicholson are preparing to officially open their next phase of elegant apartments at the popular Nash Mills Wharf development at King’s Langley. These homes – known as the Lockside Apartments - will be available to buy, for the first time, this month.
So far, each phase at Nash Mills Wharf has proved a big hit and so staff are again preparing for a lot of enquiries.
There will eventually be around sixty Lockside Apartments available to buy: These will consist of one and two bedroom homes.
Named for their location, the apartments are set alongside the Grand Union Canal and many of them have striking views of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. In the distance are the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty that offers a wealth of space for the outdoor life.
But it’s not all play and no work, of course, so the fact that Nash Mills Wharf is well located for commuters will come as very good news. From nearby Apsley station you can catch a train to Euston getting you into central London in just half an hour. The M25 is just five minutes drive away, the M1 ten minutes away.
The new Lockside apartments are also close to Nash Mills School, Abbot’s Hill Girls’ School and Hemel Hempstead School.
The homes themselves are finished to a very high specification: Each of the Lockside Apartments is built to Linden Homes’ exacting standards. Every kitchen is finished with an integrated fridge/freezer, oven and hob, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Every bathroom is also elegantly fitted out and finished.
All of the new Lockside apartments at Nash Mills Wharf qualify for the Government’s new Help to Buy scheme. This is a Government backed equity scheme that enables buyers to purchase a new home with just 5% deposit and a 20% Government equity loan – a loan that can be repaid at any time within the first 25 years and its interest free for five years.
However, if the thought of moving house – and in particular selling your existing home – is a daunting one, why not consider Linden Homes’ Part Exchange scheme*?
Justin and Stephanie Walford chose to use the scheme, which takes over the marketing and selling of your old home so that you can get on with buying your new one:
“We’d been getting nowhere when we were trying to sell the house ourselves. Once we found the home we wanted we decided to use Linden Homes’ Part Exchange Scheme. It took away the hassle of selling. It also freed up a few thousand pounds in saved estate agent fees. But most importantly it meant we could get on with the move.”
Alternatively, you could choose Linden Homes’ Assisted Move scheme*: This scheme offers practical help for those who have their heart set on one of our new homes, yet are finding it difficult to sell their old home. We’ll be on hand to deal with the estate agents and pay their fees; help you get the best price for your old home and assist you with securing your new home as soon as possible.
For more information on the Lockside apartments at Nash Mills Wharf, please call 0844 417 3987.
For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Emma Cox at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893 893 or email@example.com
13 November 2013
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