The location of the newest David Wilson Homes development in Scholes, West Yorkshire, coupled with the new show home, has pushed visitor levels to a new high.
The development, Cricketers View, in Scholes, West Yorkshire, consists of just 42 properties.
It offers a range of traditional three, four and five bedroom homes with a close knit community and village feel just moments away from excellent local amenities. Prices start at £206,995.
Buyers wanting to view before they buy can visit the new Chelworth show home. The dining room is decorated in mocha, pale gold and teal and has easily enough space for eight guests. It also comprises an open plan white gloss kitchen with breakfast bar and a study.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom complete with ensuite, a family bathroom and three further double bedrooms, one of which has a cricket inspired theme to pay homage to the grounds outside.
Deals on offer include money towards legal fees, free carpets, low deposits and the house builder's Part Exchange scheme. The process is simple: choose a new home and the sales team will arrange for two independent professional valuations of the current property, then offer the average price.
David Wilson Homes also has a selection of properties available under the Government's NewBuy scheme. NewBuy heralds the return of 95 per cent mortgages, making the move onto the property ladder a lot more affordable. The scheme is open to first time buyers and existing homeowners, providing that they have a 5 per cent deposit.
Sue Stoddart, senior sales adviser at Cricketers View, said: "We have put a lot of time and effort into making sure that this development appeals to buyers in the area and the Chelworth show home is a fantastic example of what those buyers want.
"Buyers searching for a four bedroom home will struggle to find a better property than this exquisite home and the fact that they can simply exchange their existing home for five star luxury is a great incentive to buy a new build at Cricketers View."
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