Apartments proving popular as buyers urged to hurry
20 January 2014
Buyers are being urged to hurry if they want to live at an exclusive housing development in Nottingham as only a handful of apartments remain for sale.
The exclusive Charles Church development named Manderley offers spacious two-bedroom apartments suitable for first-time buyers, young couples, down sizers and investors.
Built to a high quality and at affordable prices, the new apartments are set within the attractive suburb of Mapperley and are located close to the picturesque Mapperley Golf Course, while the area itself offers spectacular views over the city.
Sherrie Hankin, head of sales at Charles Church North Midlands, said: “We believe Manderley has proved popular with buyers because it is in a desirable residential area.
“Mapperley provides the perfect location for families and people just starting out on the property ladder. The Government-backed Help to Buy Scheme is also greatly assisting purchasers and this is just one of the many reasons why 2014 is the perfect time to buy.
“Our two-bedroom apartments are priced from £100,999 and are suitable for all lifestyles. Some of the apartments are located off a courtyard setting and have their own parking while features in others include en suites and modern open plan kitchen and living areas.
“We also have a three-storey block of two-bedroom apartments where Section 106 criteria applies for local purchasers. Our sales advisers can give people all the help and advice they need and the terms and conditions for these homes.”
Manderley offers the best of both worlds with stunning scenery and great amenities nearby. Plus the site offers great commuter links with the A60 and M1 within easy access while the train station is also close by.
Sherrie added: “To the North of Mapperley, people will find an expanse of picturesque countryside, with a number of National Trust properties to explore only a few miles away.”
Help to Buy is a Government backed shared equity scheme. It provides a 20% loan on the term of a mortgage, which is interest and repayment free for the first five years. People only need a five per cent deposit.
Sherrie added: “Help to Buy Scheme is a fantastic scheme that is really helping people get on or move up the property ladder. It is a very straightforward scheme and we have financial advisers who can help people with their facts and figures. It’s for first-time and next-time buyers and there is no salary cap.”