Last chance to buy at Bluebell Wood
17 April 2014
Wigan househunters have just one chance left to get on the property ladder at a popular Winstanley development.
The final plot is available at Bluebell Wood, the Persimmon North West site on Crowther Drive, marking the end of the five year project.
David Hodgson, sales and marketing director, said: “Bluebell Wood opened in 2009 and we have delivered more than 100 homes for local people. But now it is time to say goodbye.
“The last house is a superb four bedroom executive detached family home with an integral garage. Built to our traditional ‘Kensington’ style, the property includes a lounge, separate dining room, breakfast kitchen and cloakroom.
“Upstairs there is a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
“With a price tag of just £224,995,anyone purchasing this lovely home using the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme would only need a deposit of £11,250 – and it can be reserved today for just £99!”
Bluebell Wood is a short drive from the M6 and M58 interchange and close to the M62 for commuters heading for Liverpool or Manchester.
The Help to Buy Scheme give buyers the chance to secure their home with just a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage. The remainder is made up by a Government-backed equity loan which is interest free for a period of five years.
David added: “If you already have a property to sell, ask us about our Home Change package, where we will use all our contacts and experience to market the house on your behalf. Or, if you qualify for Part Exchange Scheme, we may even be able to buy your house from you, making your move even quicker and smoother, with no estate agent costs or chains to break down.