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Savvy buyers lead the way at Yeovil development

With just nine properties remaining following a flurry of sales, homebuyers at a popular development in Yeovil can’t let the grass grow under their feet.

Thanks to breath-taking views across open countryside, discerning buyers have snapped up the traditional style homes at Harbin Fields, leaving developers Elan with only the final phase to sell.

The winning combination of a beauty spot on your doorstep and a train station just a short walk away have proved so appealing, families and young professionals have been keen to call the development home.

A varied collection of homes, including a choice of four-bedroom detached designs, offering versatile accommodation, is available.

Customers at the development have taken advantage of two valuable incentives – part exchange and Help to Buy to snap up their dream home in Harbin Close.

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Said Andrea Nippe, sales director for Elan in the South: “Many have already found that climbing up the property ladder and gaining extra space is much more affordable than they had hoped at Harbin Fields.

“Thanks to part exchange and Help to Buy, the dream has become a reality for our customers. We expect that many will want to follow in their footsteps, so we have now released the final phase, which will be the last opportunity to live in such a picturesque Somerset setting with views across Dorset.”

Buyers with a house to sell could trade it in towards the cost of a brand new home, thanks to part exchange at Harbin Fields. Alternatively, Help to Buy could mean that just a 5% deposit, with a 20% equity loan from the Government, interest free for five years, could result in just a 75% mortgage.

A show home is now open at the development, giving the developers the chance to showcase the stunning property and provide buyers with inspiration and an indication of the quality and finish they can expect.

An eclectic range of restaurants, bars and shops, in addition to two theatres, are on offer to residents at Harbin Fields, in the nearby vibrant market town of Yeovil, which lies just 30 miles from Taunton and 40 miles from Bristol.