Out with the old and in with the new houses for sale in Colchester!
01 September 2011
With news last week that Colchester Castle will receive a £4.2 million overhaul, you may be considering to renovate your own property. But before you think about costly DIY, why not consider a brand new property at premium homebuilder Charles Church’s Lexden View development close to the heart of Colchester.
“Renovation work can be time consuming and hard work as well as expensive,” comments Caroline Martin, field sales manager for Charles Church Essex. She adds: “With so many benefits associated with buying a new build property, if you’re looking for a change why not do it in style by moving to our exquisite Lexden View development.
The site features a stunning range of three, four and five bedroom family homes, combining quality design and a great location, with all the benefits and peace of mind which come from buying a newly built home.
Housebuyers can move into a new home as soon as it is complete at Lexden View, since there’s no need to wait for an existing owner to move out. And with no chain, there’s a lot less hassle when looking for houses for sale in Colchester. Plus, with Charles Church offering part exchange on all the homes at Lexden View, you can even get moving if you’re struggling to sell your current home.
Caroline continues: “These magnificent family homes offer all the benefits of buying new, combined with an unbeatable location. There is woodland surrounding the development yet great commuter links to London and elsewhere, offering the very best of both worlds.”
With all of the homes priced extremely competitively at Lexden View, and built to the latest building and environmental standards, you also get far more for your money than you might with an older home, including central heating, double-glazing, high standards of roof, floor and wall insulation, and lower running costs.
More energy efficient new homes generate 60 per cent less carbon dioxide emissions and are cheaper to run, which can reduce utility bills by more than £500 a year.