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House-hunters who want a new home in Kent can take advantage of one of Taylor Wimpey’s homebuyer incentives at Meadow View in Herne Bay, where the first new residents have now moved in.
First-time buyers can choose from plots available with Taylor Wimpey’s 5% gifted deposit scheme or opt for stamp duty paid on their new home.
The three-bedroom Jasmine for example, priced at just £198,750, is available with 5% deposit paid – that’s a gift of more than £9,900 to boost the down-payment, with nothing to pay back. For those with a property to sell, Taylor Wimpey’s easymover scheme sees the housebuilder find a buyer for their home in just a few weeks.
Jason Stokes, of Taylor Wimpey, says: “We are delighted to be able to offer aspiring home-owners a range of incredible incentives to help them on to the property ladder at Meadow View.
"The first new residents at this stunning development are now already enjoying the wonderful lifestyle opportunities available.”
The Jasmine townhouse features a spacious living/dining room opening through French doors to the private back garden, via an optional conservatory, plus a contemporary fitted kitchen/breakfast room and guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.
The first-floor landing leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom, while the en-suite master bedroom is on the top floor. The property has two allocated parking spaces.
Alternatively at Meadow View, the three-bedroom Poppy terraced house is priced from just £189,500, while the four-bedroom Lily townhouse is available from only £204,995.
Each has central heating, double glazing and fitted kitchen.
The railway station provides regular services to London Victoria, Ramsgate, Broadstairs, Margate, Whitstable, Faversham, Gillingham and Rochester.
For more information visit the sales and marketing suite, in Talmead Road, off Mill Lane, Herne Bay. Its open daily between 10am and 5pm, or call 0845 026 5686.
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