A brand new housing development in Teesside has proved to be so popular with buyers that it is now the last chance to buy.

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  • Keepmoat has only one three bedroom home left for sale at Trinity Gardens in North Ormsby, Middlesbrough.

    The two and a half storey Oakhurst town house is one of Keepmoat's most popular properties and is available from £91,996 through the First Buy scheme. It includes a spacious kitchen/diner, lounge and WC on the ground floor, two bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor and a large master bedroom and ensuite bathroom on the second floor.

    Financial assistance is available on these new homes through the Government-supported First Buy shared equity scheme, meaning buyers only need to initially fund 80 per cent of the asking price, with a 20 per cent equity loan jointly funded by Keepmoat and the Government making up the rest.

    The Oakhurst is an ideal home for first time buyers and families and with its excellent location and transportation links to the A66, it is little wonder why homes on this development have been in such demand.

    Christine Harrison, sales director for Keepmoat in the north east, said: "Trinity Gardens has been an extremely popular development for many north east buyers. We now only have one remaining property on the whole development and I would encourage anyone thinking of buying a new home to visit us and find out more information.

    "The development is in an excellent location and less than one mile from Middlesbrough town centre. Financial assistance is available to help first time buyers or growing families get onto the property ladder which makes it an ideal time to buy the home they always wanted."

    First Buy closed to new applications in April 2013. For the latest incentives, click here.

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

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