Leeds property news: first foot in for family

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The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder Bellway has officially welcomed in the first family to their new Acorn Park development on Thorn Walk, Gipton.

Vijay and Soni Rawat, and their two children, Pratik and Arpita, moved to onto the development last month, and have been quick to express their delight with their new family home:

“Acorn Park is a fantastic development and one that we have recommended to all of our friends and family. We instantly fell in love with what was on offer, and we are so excited to have finally moved in,” said Vijay.

“Having two children meant that space was an important factor for us, and the Stirton house we chose really does tick all the boxes: It is spacious, open-plan and practical. And, the development on a whole is in a great location, close to local amenities and Leeds City Centre - we couldn’t be happier here.”

Vijay and Soni used the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme to purchase their dream home with just a five per cent deposit – an initiative that Bellway sales advisor Pauline Bishop says is proving to be extremely popular on the development:

“Before Help to Buy was launched a lot of people had given up hope of owning their own home, purely because the banks were looking for such large deposits. But this scheme has changed all that and as a result we are seeing a rush of first time buyers, particularly here at Acorn Park, who now have the opportunity to expand their family in a stylish and practical home.”

Crossgates and Leeds railway stations are a 12 minute drive away with Leeds Bradford Airport within easy reach. See www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/yorkshire/acorn-park or call 0113 2407 837.

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