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Have the confidence to buy now – before prices rise

WITH house prices in Wales expected to rise by a fifth in the next five years, savvy buyers will be planning ahead and thinking of their current and future housing needs.

The four and five-bedroom homes at Heritage Park in Penymynydd offer the ideal solution. The rural outlook of the properties is something many people to aspire to and seems a world away from nearby Chester, making this the ideal location to settle down and raise a family.

Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, says: “Estate agents Savills are predicting that house prices in Wales will increase by 21% in the next five years. Homeowners are also upbeat about the market, as according to Zoopla 84% of homeowners in Wales are confident of a price hike. With all the signs pointing to a recovering market we’re encouraging people to think carefully about where they want to live and what they want from a home. Buying a home at Heritage Park now could be a shrewd investment for those planning to start a family. By cutting out a step on the housing ladder they could beat rising prices and negate the need to move as their children grow.”

Current prices at Heritage Park start from £349,995 for a five-bedroom detached Weston. 

With a combined kitchen, dining area and family room, the Weston is a substantial home that’s really conducive to family life.

The multifunctional open plan area is complemented by an expansive lounge. The light and airy nature of this relaxing room is emphasised by lots of natural light  from a bay window at one end and French doors at the other.

Upstairs, two of the five bedrooms benefit from their own en-suite to complement the family bathroom.

“The great thing about the homes at Heritage Park is that the space can be adapted to suit your needs. For example, those with young children may decide to make one of the bedrooms a playroom. Then as the children grow older that space can be transformed into a study where they can do their homework,” Marie suggests.

Located on Mold Road, Heritage Park offers buyers the chance to live in a quiet village community, where children can walk to the local school.

Despite the tranquillity, the homes are ideally placed for those who work in Chester as the city centre is just 10 minutes away by car.

Show homes at Heritage Park are open Thursday to Monday from 10.30am to 5.30pm. For more information about the homes and the help available, call Elan on 0845 481 8807