Bryant Homes is offering visitors to the festival the chance to save thousands of pounds on a new home at its Churchill Gate development.
Bryant Homes (a subsidiary brand of Taylor Wimpey) is doubling its Armed Forces Discount to £1,000 for every £25,000 spent on a new home at Churchill Gate, Colchester, throughout July.
Using Bryant Homes' Seeing Double Armed Forces Discount, customers can now save up to £10,000 on a new home at Churchill Gate, where three and four bedroom homes are available, ranging from £199,995 to £249,995.
The four bedroom Danbury features a kitchen, three reception rooms - two with French doors to the garden - a utility room, and a cloakroom off the entrance hallway, in an L-shaped layout.
Upstairs, the landing leads to a master bedroom with double wardrobes and an ensuite, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom.
As an alternative to its special offer for members of the British Armed Forces, Bryant Homes offers a range of deals tailormade for all types of buyers. They include assistance with a deposit, legal fees and Stamp Duty, and help with selling an existing property to ensure a quick and easy move.
Debra Knight, sales manager for Bryant Homes' east London division, says: "We're delighted to be supporting Colchester Military Festival, when we'll be inviting people to come along and find out how to save thousands of pounds on a new home."
Churchill Gate is a secluded development that stands in Colchester with views over Abbey Field. Leisure opportunities including pubs, restaurants and sports facilities are within easy reach, in addition to several high achieving schools for children of all ages and a nationally acclaimed sixth form college.
The coast at West Mersea is within a 20 minute drive, while commuters will appreciate good rail and road links to Chelmsford, Brentwood and London, and to Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and the Midlands. For those travelling further afield, Stansted Airport is a 45 minute drive from the development.
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