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Those looking to settle in Coventry could consider the Bannerbrook Park development by Bryant Homes.

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  • Buyers wanting to be within commuting distance of the capital, but also wanting the country life, may find that Coventry is both convenient and green.

    Coventry is just under an hour from London by train, while the the Bannerbrook Park development by house builder Bryant Homes (a subsidiary brand of Taylor Wimpey) is surrounded by open Warwickshire countryside.

    It is the second largest city in the Midlands, after the nearby urban hub of Birmingham. However, the centre of Coventry is located 4.5 miles away from the development. As well as providing shopping facilities, it has a number of entertainment venues for both music and theatre.

    For families with young children, there are several nearby state and independent schools. Two nearby universities provide both art complexes and opportunities for further education.

    Homes at the Bannerbrook Park development are available on Part Exchange. The scheme is suitable for those who have so far struggled to get onto the property ladder.

    Buyers can sell their existing home to the developer, which means cutting out the cost of estate agent's fees.

    They can also stay put in their current property until they are ready to move to their new home – meaning that they can avoid the usual upheaval of moving.

    First time buyers considering purchasing a new home on the development can also benefit from the scrapping of Stamp Duty tax, for properties priced below £250,000.

    Bryant is offering a number of three bedroom homes on the site. 'Wye' is one such property which is currently priced at £174,995. Prices go up to £189,995.

    The semi-detached home has a large reception room and an open plan kitchen/dining room leading to a private garden. The three bedrooms are all similarly sized and there is a family bathroom.

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