Apartments all but sold at Kings Court
06 August 2013
First time buyers, downsizers and investors have moved quickly to snap up almost all of the apartments at the Kings Court development in Bridgnorth from luxury housebuilder Charles Church.
Just nine of the stunning 29 apartments remain at this elegant development on the site of the former Bridgnorth College on Stourbridge Road.
Kings Court is made up of three and four bedroom homes and two bedroom apartments designed to deliver a wide range of property styles to meet the differing needs of the market.
Sales director Stephen Cleveley is delighted with the success of the development.
He said: “The apartments at Kings Court appealed to first-time buyers, investors and those looking to downsize. Apartment living enables more mature buyers to release equity in their family home, either to help them make the most of their retirement or to support their grown-up children in getting on the housing ladder.
“Many of our customers are local people wanting to remain in Bridgnorth although the development has also attracted customers looking to move out from the West Midlands conurbation.”
Prices for a two bedroom apartment with parking and choice of fitted kitchen start at £119,950 – or just £99,960 with the Government’s brand new Help to Buy scheme.
Mr Cleveley added: “Help to Buy is proving a resounding success, making owning a first home into a reality for thousands of people.
“For those further up the property ladder, there is our Part Exchange scheme, which represents a significant saving in time, money and stress as we market the existing property or, in some cases, buy it ourselves – problem solved!”