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There are many potential hurdles when trying to buy a new home. However, would-be-buyers at Liberty Park in Medway can bypass some of them thanks to developer Crest Nicholson.
House-hunters with a home to sell can buy at Liberty Park through a part-exchange scheme, which is available on The Westerly – a four-bedroom home.
This initiative is designed to help existing home-owners move without the delays and stresses often associated with moving house. The developer will arrange for three different estate agents to assess and value their existing property and once Crest Nicholson’s purchase offer has been accepted, the buyer’s new home at the development will be reserved.
There’s another purchasing incentive on the Westerly. Costs associated with buying, such as legal and moving fees, can mount up; Crest is offering to pay the stamp duty on the house, removing some of the financial burden.
Annette Cole of Crest Nicholson Eastern said: “We endeavour to make purchasing a property with us as easy and as smooth as possible.”
Priced at £269,500, the Westerly house type has been designed with space in mind and is arranged across three floors.
On the ground floor are the open-plan kitchen and dining room, a large lounge which offers direct access to the garden and convenient cloakroom.
The first floor is home to the family bathroom and three of the bedrooms, with one featuring an en-suite.
Finally, the second floor is dedicated entirely to the master suite. As well as an en-suite bathroom, the room also enjoys the luxury of a dressing room.
Liberty Park is on Hoo Road in Wainscott. Prices start from £155,000 for a two-bedroom coach house, £169,500 for a two-bedroom house, £197,000 for a three bedroom house and £249,500 for a four-bedroom home.
More details from the marketing suite which is open daily from 10am to 5pm or by calling 0870 752 4382.
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