Acorn Park, Bellway’s brand new development on Thorn Walk in Gipton, Leeds is now open, with the first phase of homes available to buy off plan.
The first phase includes two house styles; the three bedroom semi-detached Stirton, priced at £144,995, and four bed semi-detached Barden at £164,995; both of which can be purchased using the Help to Buy and Express Mover schemes,
Bellway sales advisor, Pauline Bishop, said: “Our aim at Acorn Park is to make moving home more affordable and simpler than people might think, and these first releases certainly highlight that. Hopefully news will spread quickly and it’ll prove to be as popular, if not more so, than its sister site, The Oaks.”
Since the development opened in early May three plots have already been reserved, and Bellway has reported a steady flow of visitors, eager to see what the development has on offer.
And they weren’t left disappointed when they were advised that the site will feature a selection of two bedroom coach houses, two bedroom town houses and three/four bed semi-detached properties.
“Everyone we’ve seen so far has been impressed by the varied choice of house styles, convenient location - just four miles from Leeds city centre – and the affordability of the properties, all of which should make it a must view development for both first time buyers and those looking for a reasonably priced family home,” added Pauline.
The Government’s Help to Buy scheme means prospective buyers can get on the property ladder with as little as a five per cent deposit, whilst Bellway’s free-of-charge Express Mover service involves them working with recommended local agents to find a buyer for their existing property – saving them stress and estate agents fees.
Prices and information for the final phase of homes will be announced later in the year, although prospective buyers are advised to register their interest at the site sooner rather than later.
Full details of Bellway’s Acorn Park development can be found at http://www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/yorkshire/acorn-park or by calling 0800 731 0014.