Brand New Two Bedroom End Terraced Houses available on our Shared Ownership scheme starting from £67,500 for a 25% share* plus a monthly rental charge
These desirable properties are located on new development on the outskirts of the village of Great Bowden. Close to the A6 and only 1.5 miles from the centre of Market Harborough.
The accommodation briefly comprises:
- Spacious living room that leads onto the rear garden
- Downstairs WC
- Kitchen to the front of the property, including oven & gas hob
- Modern bathroom comprising of w/c, wash basin & shower over bath
- Master Bedroom - Double sized bedroom
- 2nd Bedroom - Double sized bedroom
- Generous sized rear garden
- Carpets included throughout
- Parking for two vehicles
- Quiet cul-de-sac location
- Close to amenities
This stunning new development in the highly sought after rural setting of the South East Leicestershire village Great Bowden is sure to be extremely popular. With a range of local amenities, an outstanding local primary school and direct trains to London from nearby Market Harborough, you have everything you could want in your new home.
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Shared Ownership is an excellent way for first time buyers or anyone who cannot afford to buy outright, to get onto the property ladder in an area they want to live. With more and more buyers being priced out of the housing market, Shared Ownership offers excellent value for money as you need to raise far lower deposits than your average first time buyer, as well the amount you borrow from a mortgage lender. So call us today to register your interest and see how we can help you buy your very own home.
Great Bowden's crowning glory is right on its doorstep - the ancient, delightful and desirable market town of Market Harborough. As with Great Bowden, Market Harborough is steeped in Anglo-Saxon and medieval history. The town also boasts well-regarded schools, fantastic restaurants and an 18-hole golf course. Market Harborough is renowned too as a shoppers' paradise - perfect for those who prefer the delights of independent specialists.
One of the biggest selling points of Bowden Chase is Great Bowden Academy. This local CofE primary school was rated 'outstanding' in all but one category in its latest Ofsted report. Ridgeway Primary Academy in Market Harborough offers an alternative, rated 'good' by Ofsted. Older children will have the choice of either Welland Park Academy or Robert Smyth Academy, which is named after the town's famous educational benefactor who, in 1607, established the historic school on stilts in the town centre.
There are a number of well-known gastro pubs in Great Bowden, including The Shoulder of Mutton, and The Red Lion. Head into Market Harborough and the choice is even wider, with Trip Advisor listing no less than 83 eateries, with Ascough's Bistro, Rocksalt Seafood and Grill and Shagorika topping the rankings.
There is plenty to do in and around Great Bowden and Market Harborough, with everything from top class sports to high culture, futuristic space exploration to ancient historic halls. Market Harborough Leisure Centre offers facilities for a wide range of sports, with Stoke Albany and Market Harborough golf courses both just a short drive. You can step back in time at Kilnworth House or Kelmarsh Hall, take a stroll along the twin staircases of locks at Foxton, or head North to Leicester to the National Space Centre.
Kilnworth House has an open air theatre in the summer months, Dingley Hall hosts regular classical concerts and Great Bowden also holds an annual music festival of classical music. Harborough Theatre has a varied programme of productions and is also home to Octagon Films, showing a mix of new releases and cinema classics.
A market has been held in Market Harborough since 1204, and it is still a regular feature every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. The town also offers a delightful range of independent and big name stores around the Square and along the High Street. Nearby Leicester provides a cosmopolitan mix of shops, with the Highcross and Haymarket shopping centres making it well worth the drive. Closer to home, Weltons in Great Bowden retains the character of the local shop-cum-post office, and has a popular deli counter, while Bowden Stores is also a popular spot, combining coffee shop, patisserie and homewares.
Communication links are excellent with the A14, M1 and M6 all within easy distance for Birmingham and London, whilst the A6 leads to Leicester and A508 to Northampton. Leicester is 18 miles, Kettering 13 miles, Corby 10 miles, Peterborough 32 miles and Northampton 20 miles. Bowden Chase lies less than a mile from Market Harborough Station, where you can find direct trains to London in just 70 minutes, with trains North to Leicester in just 15 minutes. If you are heading further afield, both East Midlands Airport and Birmingham Airport are around an hour's drive.
*Share advertised is the minimum share. Maximum share for initial purchase 75%. Actual share purchase will be determined by financial assessment and individual circumstances in accordance with the hca guidelines. Amount advertised is subject to change.
An additional monthly rental charge applies that includes rent, buildings insurance, estate and management charge but excludes any mortgage payment.
^Photographs shown are for illustrative purposes only and are of a typical Midland Heart property at this location.
Amount advertised is based on a 25% share of a end-terraced 2 bedroom house and is subject to change.
>Floor plans depict a typical layout of this house type. They are not intended to be used for carpet sizes, appliance sizes or items of furniture. For exact plot specification, details of internal and external finishes, dimension and floor plans, please speak with our Sales Adviser.