Shopping, socialising and eating locally are increasingly popular and with a move to Aigburth Grange in South Liverpool you can do all that and more close to home.
The Elan Homes development is located just off Aigburth Road, which offers a long strip of restaurants, takeaways and stores and is a hive of activity with a real community feel.
Many of the businesses in the neighbourhood are independent, family-run operations – including the Bread Shop and Bakery, family-owned since 1958.
Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “Independent businesses really do add value to an area both economically and socially, helping shape the character of the neighbourhood and adding to the sense of community.
“The local offer in Aigburth really is outstanding – it has a vibrant village feel with almost everything residents could need right on their doorstep. Foodies will be right at home here as there’s a choice of bakeries, delis and organic food shops, plus coffee shops, restaurants and takeaways for those days when you don’t feel like cooking. There’s even an interior design store so that you can style your home to your personal taste. Plus, if you really do need to hit the high street, Liverpool city centre is just a few miles away.”
Aigburth Grange is also conveniently close to the bohemian culture of Lark Lane and the magnificent 235 acre, historic Sefton Park.
It’s a great place to raise a family as St Michael in the Hamlet Primary and St Charles Roman Catholic Primary, are both nearby. While, the choice of secondaries in the wider area includes The Blue Coat School, plus St Margaret’s Academy, Belvedere Academy and Liverpool College
Aigburth Grange offers two, three and four-bedroom homes, with prices from £204,995.
For a limited time only, Elan is offering a spring incentive on the three-bedroom Glossop including £1,000 towards legal fees and £2,500 towards a deposit. Plus, Elan will include carpets and vinyl, turf to the front and rear garden, along with integrated oven, microwave and fridge freezer.
Priced from £249,995, the Glossop features a kitchen to the front, with the open plan lounge/ dining room to the rear with French doors leading out to the garden. There’s also a handy cloakroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Help to Buy equity loans are available at Aigburth Grange. The Government-backed scheme gives buyers the chance to reduce the initial cost of a brand new home with the offer of an equity loan for up to 20% of the purchase price. Crucially, the equity loan is interest free for five years.
Those who take out the full equity loan should only need a relatively small deposit of around 5%, plus a 75% mortgage from their chosen lender.
The show home at Aigburth Grange is open Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm. For the latest availability see here or call 0845 250 8677.