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30 Oct 2020

Bewley Homes sets the date for launch of its exciting range of apartments at Elizabeth Park in Hersham

Bewley Homes is launching its much-anticipated apartments at Elizabeth Park in Hersham on Saturday 31 October which is certain to be an exciting opportunity for first time buyers to get a foot on the housing ladder.

A contemporary range of stunning 1 and 2 bedroom apartments are available to reserve off plan. Thoughtfully designed to complement modern lifestyle of professional workers, the location boasts excellent transport links from Hersham to London Waterloo in just 30 minutes. It’s just one of the reasons why Elizabeth Park has been so popular since its launch last year.

The apartments will be part of the new Help to Buy scheme and buyers reserving early will be able to personalise their apartment with choices of kitchen, flooring and wall tiles.

Any buyer reserving in November will be entitled to flooring throughout the apartment, upgraded light fittings, blinds, legal fees of up to £1,000 (including VAT) and £3,000 towards stamp duty or moving expenses.

On average, first time buyers are finding their monthly mortgage payments lower than their previous rent. That’s according to Lindsey Smale, Residential Development Director at Hamptons, who said: “With monthly rent for a comparable 1 bedroom apartment in the area around £1,000 and £1,400 for a 2 bedroom apartment, buyers are finding, with Help to Buy, their monthly mortgage payments are less.”

The launch is by ‘appointment only’ and Elaine Stratford, Sales and Marketing Director at Bewley Homes said: “We recommend potential buyers book their appointment time to avoid missing out on their favourite apartment. There’s nothing more exciting than buying your first property and buying off plan means you are able to personalise it yourself.”

Prices start from £305,000 for a one bedroom apartment at Elizabeth Park.

Please phone 0808 173 0001 to book your appointment.

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