Work has started at Persimmon Homes Thames Valley's latest development near Marlow.

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  • Marketed as Marbourne Chase, the development has been designed to complement the already established community in the village. The name demonstrates the site's connection to Marlow and reflects the significance of the former Elga water treatment plant in the area, with 'bourne' meaning stream flowing from a spring.

    A stunning collection of three and four bedroom homes, Lane End offers something for everyone, from young professionals to families and those downsizing later in life. The development will also appeal to commuters as it provides excellent links to London via the M40 in under an hour.

    Persimmon Homes sale director in the Thames Valley, Elaine Stratford, says: "We are very excited about our latest development in Lane End. The Persimmon brand is renowned throughout Buckinghamshire and we have seen a high level of early interest in the homes. Prospective buyers are advised to register on the website to ensure that they are kept up to date with details about the development and receive £250 towards legal fees if they go on to reserve.

    "Customers who register and visit the development as early as possible will also have the benefit of being able to secure their preferred property and location within the development prior to general release. Considering buying off-plan means you can truly personalise your home by choosing from a range of fixtures and fittings such as kitchen units, flooring, tiles or accessories from the Persimmon Homes Finishing Touches Collection."

    A show home is planned for July and a range of incentives will be available to help buyers on to the property ladder or take their next step in the market using NewBuy, Help to Buy or the Persimmon Part Exchange schemes.

    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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