Plenty to offer buyers in historic village
09 January 2015
Buyers in Burscough can now reserve highly-anticipated contemporary apartments in the village’s historic Ainscough Mill.
Persimmon Lancashire has released the 56 properties for sale, following an extensive redevelopment of the iconic building, creating modern homes which retain many traditional architectural features.
Sales and marketing director Diane Finch said: “Burscough provides semi-rural living at its best and it is easy to see why Ainscough Mill has now become so popular. We are urging buyers to hurry if they want to live at this exclusive location.
Anyone buying one of these delightful apartments can be sure of securing a beautiful new home which has a superb contemporary kitchen, carpets throughout and the added bonus of their own personal parking space"
The development is just a short walk from two railway stations – Burscough Bridge and Burscough Junction, operating on the Southport to Wigan and the Preston to Liverpool rail lines, and road transport links are also good, with the M6 bypassing the village to the east.
Diane added: “Now is a great time to move and the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme has appealed to many of our buyers. Our sales advisors are on hand to help people through the whole process and say it is always exciting when a buyer realises how far their money can go.”
Under the scheme, people buying a new-build home only need a five per cent deposit along with a 75 per cent mortgage while the Government supplies a 20 per cent equity loan, which is interest and repayment free for the first five years.