Part Exchange unlocks quick move to Bishop Sutton development
05 February 2016
Part Exchange could be the answer for anyone looking for a quick move to an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Charles Church Severn Valley is offering the scheme at its Herriot’s End development in Bishop Sutton to help people move up the property ladder without the hassle of putting their home on the market.
Part Exchange assists people looking to buy a new home without the hassle out of selling their existing property. If people qualify then things couldn’t be simpler. Charles Church will arrange for at least two valuations, agree a market price and buy the property. There are no hidden marketing costs, no chains to break and people can move at a time to suit them.
Nicola Reed, sales and marketing director for Charles Church Severn Valley, said: “Herriot’s End really does offer the perfect place to settle, offering a contemporary range of homes that have hit the mark with buyers. A strong community spirit and schemes such as Part Exchange are just one of the few reasons why our homes have proven so popular.”
Nicola added: “With such high levels of interest in the remaining properties, I’d encourage anyone looking to purchase a new home to come and see us before it’s too late.”
Nestled within the beautiful Chew Valley, the development has proved incredibly popular with many first-time buyers, young professionals and growing families looking for more house for less money. Located on the edge of stunning lakes, a vibrant and thriving community is now starting to take shape, with people attracted to the development’s scenic surroundings while access to Bristol and historical city of Bath are both within easy reach.
Residents will find a wealth of leisure activities on their doorstep including sailing, walking and cycling. Great schools, shops and amenities are also close by in the village of Bishop Sutton while the Chew Valley Lake with its variety of nature trails, picnic areas and a sailing club are just a short walk away. Bishop Sutton Tennis Club is also a hit with people living in the village as there are five tennis courts featuring three all-weather and two synthetic grass playing surfaces.
Only four properties remain for sale at Herriot’s End with a choice of three and four-bedroom homes available.