A new selection of purpose-built apartments has been released, offering a superb opportunity for first time buyers or investors in Wymondham.
Oakwood Park, on Norwich Common, includes a range of two bedroom apartments designed by Charles Church Homes to suit young professionals or those seeking to expand their property portfolio.
Michelle Baker, sales director for Charles Church Anglia, said: “No matter what shape the economy is in, people will always be drawn towards bricks and mortar – whether that is getting the keys to their own home, or investing for the future.”
“We have seen a healthy interest in the newly-released apartments at Oakwood Park, with both first time buyers and buy-to-let landlords looking to reserve plots.”
The development includes a selection of superbly appointed apartments priced from £154,995 – all offering open-plan lounge/kitchen/diners and some also boasting en suites.
Also available at Oakwood Park are three and four bedroom executive family homes, for those looking for more space.
The location is ideal for anyone commuting into Norwich, and is close to outstanding local schools, shops, leisure facilities and stunning open countryside.
Michelle added: “For first time buyers there has never been a better time to purchase, as they can access the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, meaning they only need a five per cent deposit to secure their ideal home.
“Anyone with an existing property to sell can ask us about our Home Change and Part Exchange arrangements, potentially saving time and money.
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