Help to buy and help to sell options at this award-winning development
First time buyers and those with homes to sell can lay down roots at Redrow’s award-winning Tabley Green housing scheme in Fulwood, near Preston.
The development, voted 'Best in Lancashire’ at last year’s UK Property Awards, offers a great choice of three and four-bedroom private sale homes from Redrow’s Heritage Collection.
To date 36 homes have been sold and those wishing to join this new community have a range of options to help them.
The Government-backed Help to Buy equity loan can reduce the initial price and means a deposit of only 5% may be sufficient to secure a brand new home, making it perfect for first time buyers. It can also be used by property owners who are sold subject to contract.
Meanwhile, those with an existing property still to sell can take advantage of our own Help to Sell scheme to secure their dream property; saving on time, effort and estate agent fees.
Lesley Myers, our sales manager, comments: “Our Tabley Green development has a range of three and four-bedroom homes that are ready to move into, giving purchasers plenty of choice in what is a superb location for families. The incentives we offer at this site are definitely not to be missed.
“As well as new homes, Tabley Green is providing two acres of open space and we are investing in improving surrounding roads and walkways for the benefit of both existing and new residents.”
Situated on the outskirts of Preston, current prices at Tabley Green start from £259,995 for a four-bedroom detached Shrewsbury, rising to £321,995 for the popular Cambridge, which includes a fabulous open plan kitchen, dining and family room overlooking the back garden. More three-bedroom semi and detached houses are coming soon.
To find out more or to view the three fully furnished show homes – a Henley, Welwyn and Cambridge – visit Redrow’s sales centre at Tabley Green, usually open 10am and 5.30pm, seven days a week. Alternatively, call 01772 507449 or go online at www.redrow.co.uk/tableygreen.