Early bird buyers snap up Disley homes
20 September 2013
A prestige new development in Cheshire East is proving so popular with early bird buyers that 19 of the properties have been snapped up in its opening weeksWaters Edge, on Redhouse Lane in Disley, is a stunning collection of executive homes from Charles Church North West.
Sales director David Hodgson said: “Waters Edge officially opened just two weeks ago and, while we were expecting to be busy, we’ve been rushed off our feet with people coming to view the site and be amongst the first to reserve their new homes.
“Disley is a fabulous village, on the edge of the Peak District and popular with commuters who like its rural location and great transport links.
“At Waters Edge we are creating a variety of two and three bedroom mews homes, three bed semis and a range of detached homes with three to five bedrooms. All come with off-road parking or garage.
“There really is something for everyone here, and all built to the trademark Charles Church standards. We have two bedroom homes from just £72,096 – perfect for anyone starting out or starting over – and three bedroom homes from £125,296.”
Those seeking more space can move into a four bedroom home from as little as £191,996 with Help To Buy.
“The Government’s shared equity scheme, Help To Buy, is available at this location, meaning you only need a five per cent deposit to secure the keys to your dream home,” added David.
“Or if you have an existing property to sell, trading up to a new Charles Church home is really easy with our HomeChange assisted moving scheme or, in some cases, you can even part exchange your old house.
“To find out more call 07753 710 338 or pop into the marketing suite at Waters Edge.”
Help To Buy is available to anyone buying a new-build home up to the value of £600,000. All the purchaser needs is a five per cent deposit. The Government will put in up to 20 per cent through an equity share loan, the remainder will be funded by your repayment mortgage.
The loan can be paid back at any time over the next 25 years, or when you sell the home, and there is no interest to pay on this portion for the first five years.