David Wilson Homes has made life easier for prospective home buyers seeking to move into a luxury home in the UK’s vibrant North West by making its semi-detached three bedroom Archford homes available on the national Low Cost Home Ownership (LCHO) scheme.
The semi-detached three bedroom Archford homestyle at its Stapeley Gardens development in Cheshire is aimed at home buyers seeking to make their first steps onto the luxury home ladder.
Stapeley Gardens is located in the historic market town of Nantwich, Cheshire. The development can be found under a mile away from Nantwich train station. The town of Crewe is also 5.5 miles away, thus underlining Stapeley Gardens’ commuter friendliness.
The Archford is characterised by floods of natural light, a combined kitchen-diner area, and a spacious lounge which is aimed at urging its buyers the opportunity to spend quality time together.
The home boasts an en suite master bedroom, as well as a further double bedroom and a single, which can also double up as a nursery for the family’s youngest and smallest members.
All of the Archford’s fixtures and fittings are installed with the usual care and attention to detail which have earned David Wilson Homes its reputation as the UK’s five-star homebuilder.
At Stapeley Gardens, the remaining Archfords for sale have south-facing gardens which bathe the property in sunlight throughout the year, whilst the parking space has proven a plus-point for commuters.
The LCHO scheme is aimed at people from or living in the local area.
To be accepted for LCHO, homeowners need to have lived nearby for at least six of the last 12 months or have a close blood relative from or living in the area.
The LCHO scheme is available for first-time home owners as well as those creating a new household (for example, undergoing a divorce), armed forces personnel who have been discharged within the last five years, and persons with at least one dependent living with them.
All applicants must show that they are financially unable to purchase a home at its Original Market Value (OMV) to be legible to apply for the LCHO programme.
Prices for the Archford begin at £150,500; a figure which has been readjusted in conjunction with the local authority and reduced by 30% from its OMV.
Following the United Kingdom’s recent General Election, the new government pledged to spend £100bn into boosting the country’s North West region where Stapeley Gardens is located.
Lynton Dudgeon, the Sales Director at David Wilson Homes North West said:
By offering our Archford homes alongside the LCHO scheme, David Wilson Homes is delighted to facilitate five-star home ownership in a region which is set to blossom in the coming years.
To register an interest in any of the Archford homes at Stapeley Gardens, visit the marketing suite on London Road from 12:30pm to 5:30pm on Monday, and from Thursday to Sunday between 10:00 to 5:30pm.
For more information about any David Wilson Homes developments in the area, visit www.dwh.co.uk or call the sales line on 0333 355 84 80.