Affordable city living
13 November 2013
City living apartments are appealing to first time buyers, with a price tag from just £240 a month for a two bedroom home.
Ettingshall Place, just to the east of Wolverhampton city centre, has a number of apartments available from just £89,950, making it cheaper to buy the property than to rent.
And with the government backed Help to Buy Scheme, one of these apartments could be yours with just a five per cent deposit and a mortgage of just £67,462.
Apartments include the two bedroom Popular, ideal for first time buyers – or investors – which has an allocated parking space, open plan lounge/dining area, two bedrooms and bathroom. A number of first and second floor apartments also benefit from a balcony leading off the lounge area.
Stephen Cleveley, sales director for Persimmon West Midlands, said: “We introduced the apartments on this development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in order to appeal to a wider audience, as our experience of selling homes on the former Goodyear site tells us that this type of property is much sought after.
“These well-presented apartments at Ettingshall Place offer affordable city living and prove that there has never been a better time to get on the property ladder.”
Ettinghsall Place offers easy travel to both Birmingham and Wolverhampton city centres via the Midland Metro Tram, and has easy access to the motorway networks. The development has the advantage of being close to the wide range of shopping and leisure facilities in Wolverhampton City Centre.