27th April 2015
Take a tour around the superb showhomes at Willoughby Chase
Home-hunters who visit Willoughby Chase, our development in Alford, can get inspired when they take a look around two impressive showhomes.
The three-bedroom Avon and Taunton showhomes have both been professionally decorated and styled to show the looks which can be created in these superb new homes.
Buyers who are impressed by the showhomes can snap up their own new home at Willoughby Chase with just a five per cent deposit by taking advantage of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “We always take great pride in the decoration and presentation of our showhomes, and I guarantee that visitors who come and take a look around the showhomes at Willoughby Chase will be impressed.
“We have been building at Willoughby Chase since 2012 and over the past few years, the development has become a flourishing local community, which will continue to thrive as new residents move in.
“Alford is a charming Lincolnshire market town with well-regarded schools – we have welcomed buyers to Willoughby Chase from the local area, as well as others who have moved from further afield to enjoy life in a peaceful location close to the coast.
“I’d encourage anyone looking for a new home which offers quality and good value to come and see our showhomes for themselves, to see first-hand why Willoughby Chase is a great place to live.”
Willoughby Chase, which is located to the south of Alford, off Willoughby Road, will comprise 106 new homes when complete.
For property-seekers who are impressed by the showhomes, Avon homes are priced at £164,950, while several Taunton homes are set to be released for sale in the near future.
The Help to Buy scheme enables purchasers to secure their new home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided by the Government as an equity loan which is interest-free for five years.
Willoughby Chase is open daily from 10.30am to 5.30pm. For more information, call 01507 463440 or click here.Back To News