ACCESS to outside space is said to be driving demand for housing and a move to a new home in Somerset with acres to explore nearby could be just weeks away for three lucky buyers.
Post-lockdown, various research from property portals, mortgage lenders and surveyors has pointed to people wanting to spend more time outdoors as a key factor in buyers’ property demands.
For those looking for more space inside and out, Weavers Field, an Elan Homes development in Castle Cary, could offer the ideal solution.
Close to the Fairfield Community Project, a 4.5 acre public open space, the final homes at Weavers Field are now build complete and waiting for the finishing personal touches that transform a house into a home.
They offer all of the convenience of a new build – including a high specification as standard with integrated kitchen appliances and energy efficient heating systems – and with no onward chain buyers could move sooner rather than later.
Elan Regional Sales Director Tracey Ball explained: “The construction team have now moved out of Weavers Field, ready for the final residents to move in. All three are four-bedroom properties and a must-see for anyone in the market for a family-sized home in this part of Somerset, particularly those who can’t wait to move.
“They’re ideal for those who long to have easy access to outside space close to home as Fairfield is nearby, offering acres of land to explore including a play area, gym equipment, sensory garden and cycle track.”
The final homes available at Weavers Field include a four-bedroom Belvoir, spanning 1,214 sq ft, available from £350,000; the larger Bunbury, offering 1,298 sq ft of living space, priced from £355,000; plus the substantial Chichester offering 1,604 sq ft of accommodation set out over three floors and priced from £450,000.
They are all currently Stamp Duty free and can be purchased with the Government-backed Help to Buy equity loan scheme. Help to Buy gives purchasers the chance to secure a new home with a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage, with the remaining 20% covered by the equity loan.
Situated on Station Road, the homes at Weavers Field are within easy reach of the station making it an ideal commuter base with Exeter or even London within commuting distance. There’s a selection of traditional shops and pubs nearby, plus the town hosts a weekly market and offers an excellent choice of primary, secondary and independent schools.
For more information, including the latest availability and pricing, or to make an appointment to visit the development see https://www.elan-homes.co.uk/developments/weavers-field or call 01963458635.
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