13th June 2016
Riverside Apartment Open Evening
Home hunters can experience a taste of waterfront living at a Chestnut Homes development in Boston on Thursday 23rd June.
We're opening our doors to a two-bedroom apartment at our Riverside development, off Tattershall Road, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Visitors can take a look around the stylish apartment located within Bytham House, one of three apartment buildings offering stunning views over Boston Marina.
Visitors who reserve an apartment on the night will have their legal fees paid^ and receive free fitted flooring^ and a £250 furniture voucher.*
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “Riverside offers stylish, contemporary apartments in a location which is simply stunning, and our visitors consistently tell us how impressed they are.
“We appreciate that some people may not have had the chance to visit Riverside yet – they may have passed by on walks along the riverbank but not had time to come in and find out more.
“That is why we have opted to hold an open evening, to give people the opportunity to look around a recently-completed apartment at a time to suit them.
“Visitors will be able to see first-hand the fresh, modern interior they can expect from a home at Riverside and take in the superb views, which will give them a real feel for the lifestyle they could be enjoying there.”
The apartment which will be opened for the evening comprises an entrance hall, two double bedrooms – one of which is en-suite – plus an open-plan kitchen/living/dining room and a bathroom.
The Government’s Help to Buy scheme, which enables purchasers to secure their new home with a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage, is available at Riverside.
The remaining 20 per cent is provided by the Government as an equity loan which is interest-free for five years.
*Legal fees will only be covered if the buyer uses our chosen solicitor and must not exceed £500. Buyers are responsible for payments over this amount. ^Terms and conditions apply, please contact for full details.
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