Leeds property news: Ben Bailey will pay stamp duty and all fees

INNOVATIVE DESIGN: The Needham at Harvest View, a superior five-bedroom home.

INNOVATIVE DESIGN: The Needham at Harvest View, a superior five-bedroom home.

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Ben Bailey Homes is offering to pay stamp duty, legal and estate agent fees and valuation costs for buyers who reserve a plot on their Harvest View development, Leeds in March.

They are also offering to buy your existing house at market value.

The combined offer could end up saving buyers thousands of pounds not to mention a lot of mental anguish.

Harvest View comprises a collection of three to five-bedroom homes with prices starting from £244,750.

Steve Rider from Ben Bailey Homes said: “The homes are now within range for more buyers than ever before. Harvest View is a beautiful development in an excellent location.”

The Needham is a five-bedroom hree-storey home, priced £489,500, comprising study, two double bedrooms, single bedroom and family bathroom. The master bedroom boasts a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom.

Ben Bailey Homes is also offering to purchase the buyer’s home at market value.

Harvest View is in a semi-rural location off Selby Road and is situated close to Garforth and close to railway and motorway links. Garforth is also home to a variety of excellent schools including five primary schools, Garforth Academy secondary school and SLP College which provides training in dance and performing arts.

For more information about Harvest View and the Five Star Package call the sales team on 08442 253569 or visit www.benbaileyhomes.com/harvest-view.

The marketing suite and three fully-furnished showhomes are open 11am-5pm daily.

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