Step on the property ladder with a Stour in Scissett
First time buyers who’ve resolved to make 2022 the year they get onto the property ladder should consider the latest three-bedroom new home at Langley Grange, in Scissett.
At £224,950, the Stour house design is below the Yorkshire regional price cap for Help to Buy, which means they should only need a 5% deposit and be eligible for a 20% Government equity loan.
Steve Jackson, sales director for Yorkshire, says: “As new year resolutions go, getting onto the property ladder is a biggie – but this could be the way to do it.
“The beauty of Help to Buy is the fact that first time buyers only need a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage from a bank or building society. The balance is covered by the Government equity loan, which is interest free for the first five years. It makes a new home so much more affordable.”
And our Stour style is the perfect starter home, suitable for individuals, couples or a young family. There’s a lounge overlooking the rear garden on the ground floor, together with an open plan kitchen / dining room and cloakroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom.
Steve adds:“Being brand new, the owners won’t find themselves bogged down in big DIY projects or dealing with someone else’s decorating disasters; instead they’ll have a blank canvas to put their own mark on, a fitted kitchen with top brand name appliances and a beautiful bathroom with contemporary fixtures and fittings.
“There are lots of other advantages to a new home too – they are more energy efficient than older second-hand properties, so more economical to run, and our homes have the advantage of Fibre to the Premises for ultrafast broadband connections.”
Currently under construction, the Stour will be ready to move into next September.
Scissett is a semi-rural village, with local shops including a Tesco Express, while Huddersfield, Barnsley and Wakefield are all within a 10-mile drive.