Demand is expected to be high when an eagerly-awaited development of new homes is officially opened to the public next month in the popular market town of Heywood.
Fairfield View is Persimmon Homes’ latest development in the region, providing 145 two and three bedroom family homes to buy from as little as £77 per week*.
David Hodgson, sales director for Persimmon Homes North West, said:
“Fairfield View officially opens on July 6th and we are expecting to be rushed off our feet with people coming to view the site and be amongst the first to reserve their new homes.
“The town is in a fantastic location, close to spectacular countryside but also within easy reach of the motorway network.
“We have a range of two and three bedroom semi-detached and detached houses here, from just £110,995, and we can offer Help To Buy, part exchange or a contribution towards legal fees to help get people moving into their new dream home quickly.”
The two bedroom semi-detached ‘Penrose’ includes a lounge, breakfast kitchen, cloakroom, main bathroom and en suite.
For those seeking a little more space, the three bedroom detached ‘Hatfield’ at £159,995 is a traditional two storey family home which includes spacious living accommodation with a modern breakfast kitchen and separate utility room. The first floor has three good size bedrooms, the master having an en-suite, a family bathroom and a garage.
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.
Fairfield View, on Sutherland Road in Heywood, is the ideal location for families with excellent educational facilities close to the development, with a range of nursery, primary and secondary schools nearby.
The area is surrounded by the woodlands of the Ashworth and Naden Valleys, abundant with wildlife and a diverse range of habitats and archaeological remnants, testament to the area’s rich heritage.