Military servicemen and women can buy new homes in the region at a much reduced cost, thanks to a special scheme in Cullompton.

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  • Kingfisher Reach, the Barratt Homes development, in Cullompton, Devon, offers a selection of two and three bedroom homes.

    And now those serving in the Army, Navy and RAF - as well as anyone who served in Afghanistan or Iraq - have the chance to receive thousands of pounds off the cost of a home at the popular location.

    "This is a chance to show our gratitude and respect to the armed forces," said Barratt Homes sales manager, Mary Daymond. "The beautiful home designs on offer here at Kingfisher Reach are something to be proud of, so it seems right to make them more easily accessible to those who work in unimaginably hostile war zones such as Afghanistan.

    "That is why we are thrilled to be offering the Barratt Armed Forces Discount Scheme to those choosing to buy here."

    Servicemen and women will receive a £1,000 discount for every £25,000 they spend to buy a home at Kingfisher Reach.

    Homes currently available from Barratt Homes at Kingfisher Reach include the three bedroom Barwick home priced from £194,950.

    "This is an excellent opportunity for members of the armed forces to discover and reserve a brand new home in this tremendously popular location," added Daymond. "We look forward to welcoming them and demonstrating all that this development has to offer."

    The development is conveniently positioned within a few minutes walk of the town centre and its many local amenities. 'Cully' - as it is known - is often described as the gateway to Devon and is close to beautiful open farmland and the River Culm.

    Ideally situated for the M5 and A38, this outstanding new development provides all excellent commuter links to nearby Exeter, Taunton and the south west.

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