Buyers are being offered a chance to snap up a family sized home for less at Oasis, the house builder's development in Aylesbury.

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  • The Government's Help to Buy initiative offers first time buyers and those looking to move home an opportunity to secure the four bedroom Grainsby semi-detached house at the Oasis development in Aylesbury for just 80 per cent of its £280,000 full price.

    It means the customer only requires a 5 per cent deposit and a 75 per cent loan-to-value mortgage, which allows them to access a much wider choice of deals from lenders offering more competitive rates with affordable monthly repayments.

    Steve Rolt, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "Help to Buy gives prospective purchasers in a variety of circumstances a fantastic opportunity to secure the gorgeous Grainsby for considerably less than they might have expected - and with a very affordable deposit."

    Under Help to Buy, a Government loan of up to 20 per cent is provided for new build properties up to the value of £600,000. There is no salary cap for customers taking advantage of the scheme and it is available to both first time buyers and existing homeowners looking to move.

    The Grainsby features a lounge opening through French doors to the private garden, plus a kitchen/dining room and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to three double bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities, and a main bathroom, while the ensuite master bedroom enjoys appealing seclusion on the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from a garage and driveway parking.

    Alternatively, three bedroom homes are currently available at Oasis from just £240,000.

    Homeowners at Oasis enjoy the best of all worlds - beautiful rolling countryside on the doorstep, market town living and an easy commute to London.

    Aylesbury is a bustling town with a host of shopping and leisure opportunities including the Friars Square indoor shopping centre, while the town's market still meets on the cobbles of the old Market Square, and the ongoing Waterside project will create a new shopping centre including a Waitrose supermarket.

    There is a good selection of schools for children of all ages in the town, including three grammar schools and a further education college.

    The recent opening of the Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station puts the development just one hour from Marylebone station, with trains running twice an hour at peak times, while commuters also enjoy excellent rail links to Oxford and Reading.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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