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3 & 4 bedroom homes in Congleton are causing a welcome commotion

Posted on January 26th, 2017

The festive period certainly didn’t halt the enthusiasm being shown to our newest development The Covey in Congleton. New home buyers were eager to reserve their new 2017 home, as well as some customers exchanging contracts and even legally completing!

3 and 4 bedroom homes for sale in Congleton

When you see the development, it is easy to see why it is proving popular with all who visit. Its open spaces and superior build makes The Covey a perfect place for families to move into and settle. However, it’s not just families who will find The Covey a wonderful place to call home, first time buyers and second steppers can take full advantage of these stunning new homes, especially with Help to Buy!

Help to Buy is a Government backed scheme which allows the home buyer to save a 5% deposit which a further 20% is added to by the Government through an equity loan. Because of this, you will have 25% of the home price secured, meaning you will only need a 75% mortgage, allowing you to potentially buy a bigger house than you first thought!

Our 3 bedroom homes are priced from £219,950, so with the Help to Buy scheme, you would only need £10,997.50 deposit to own a brand new Bowland home in Congleton. If you were looking to buy a 4 bedroom home, you could secure our £290,000 Carron house type with just a £14,500 deposit!

By using the Help to Buy scheme, our new homes in Congleton can easily become an affordable option for your new home.

All of our homes at The Covey are eligible for the Help to Buy scheme and all are Freehold properties. Each home is finished to a high standard which includes a whole host of modern furnishings including an Electrolux oven, a fridge freezer, Blanco chimney hood, sanitary ware from Ideal Standard and oak veneer doors to name but a few.

To find out more about these stunning new homes in Congleton and what we can offer to you, visit the development where our Sales Advisor can run through any questions.

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