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Stamp duty savings at Old Quay Meadow

NEW homes nestled between Neston and Parkgate are now available with Stamp Duty paid, saving buyers almost £15,000.

Three, four and five-bedroom properties at Old Quay Meadow are currently being sold ‘off plan’ ahead of a show home opening later this summer.

For a limited time only, Elan Homes is offering customers the chance to choose between having the Stamp Duty paid by the niche developer, using part exchange to trade up to a bigger, better brand new home or selling their existing property via Elan’s Easy Move scheme.

Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, explains: “When it comes to location, Old Quay Meadows is second to none, offering the perfect blend of countryside, coast and community. There are plenty of opportunities to explore the great outdoors close to home, but also a wealth of local amenities including shops, tearooms restaurants and sports clubs. The high specification homes we’re building are the perfect fit for the area.

“Rather than wait for the show home to open here we’re encouraging customers to visit our nearby developments and act now to take advantage of pre-show home offers which could save them thousands or enable them to make their next move on the housing ladder with ease. They could simply part exchange their current property towards the cost of a brand new home or we could help them sell on the open market with our Easy Move scheme.”

Current prices at Old Quay Meadow start from £299,995.

Available subject to terms and conditions, the Stamp Duty saving amounts to £14,500 for someone purchasing a five-bedroom detached Mellor priced at £489,995.

Elan offers a high specification as standard with kitchens boasting integrated appliances including oven, hob, microwave and fridge freezer and bathrooms and en-suites enjoying contemporary white suites.

“Show homes are undoubtedly a great way to showcase the homes we’re building, but one of the things customers tell us they enjoy most about buying a brand new home is the chance to make a house their home from day one,” Marie adds.

“This is particularly true of those who purchase off plan and are able to choose the finish of the kitchen cupboards, drawers and worktops, plus the wall tiles in the

bathroom, amongst other features.”

While the properties at Old Quay Meadow are currently being sold ‘off plan’ via Reeds Rains in Neston, a show home is coming soon and there are similar styles available to view at other developments including a five-bedroom Mellor at Westminster Place near Chester and a four-bedroom Bordesley at Sycamore Gardens, Congleton.

For more information see www.elan-homes.co.uk/old-quay-meadow or call 0845 481 8807.