The Race Is On For Final Five At Aylesbury's Exemplar Park

The race is on to secure one of the final five homes at award-winning Linden Homes’ Exemplar Park development and be part of one of Aylesbury’s most popular new neighbourhoods.

The selection of high quality houses are among the Berryfields consortium, boasting employment opportunities, a food store and 10 other smaller shops, plus three new schools – one of which will be a state-of-the-art academy.

Built around Roman archeological sites and even an old Roman road, Exemplar Park’s range of homes has proved so popular that only five are left, thanks to their mix of convenient connections, characterful style and hi-spec interiors.

The remaining properties are The York four-bedroom townhouse, the three-bedroom Ambleside, and The Northumberland three-bedroom semi-detached.

There are also two three-bedroom terraced houses in The Dorchester style.

Spread across three storeys, The York boasts spacious, airy rooms, an en suite master bedroom, tall windows to flood the interior with light, plus a garage and accompanying parking space.

The two-storey Dorchesters enjoy full-width kitchens which open out into their fully-inclusive turfed garden through double doors. The master bedroom is also en suite.

In common with all Linden Homes’ developments, each property at Exemplar Park comes with a 10-year NHBC warranty for peace of mind, as well as a two-year customer care warranty.

Steve Garton, sales and marketing director at Linden Homes Thames Valley, said: “The homes at Exemplar Park have proved very popular right from the start, so we don’t expect these final five to stay on the market for long before they’re snapped up.

“It’s definitely a case of ‘last but not least’ with these homes – they are stunning properties. Low maintenance, energy efficient and full of character, they are well worth a look, even for those who might not be considering new build.

“For those who think their deposit might not stretch, we’ve had a lot of people using the government-backed Help to Buy scheme. It supports people with deposits as low as five per cent get on the property ladder. Come and have a chat and see if it could work for you.”

Help to Buy works by the government providing an equity loan of up to 20% of the value of any new-build home worth up to a maximum of £600,000. This can be repaid at any time or when the home is sold. And an added bonus is that there is no interest payable on the loan for five years.

With the equity loan added to their deposit, buyers are in the much better position of only needing to agree a 75 per cent mortgage from a bank or building society to secure their dream home at Exemplar Park.

Exemplar Park is less than two miles from Aylsebury’s bustling town centre and perfectly placed for commuters. It has two stations nearby with journey times into London of about 65 minutes.

The area also enjoys good road links to the M25, the M1 and the M40. Milton Keynes and the city of Oxford are both less than 25 miles away.

Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire and boasts boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre which hosts drama, live music and comedy.

For more information, call 0844 417 8583.

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For further press information, contact Claire Oakley or Claire Cathersides at Remarkable Content on 01962 893 893.

20 January 2015

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