Last one left as Quartet hits right note
WE'VE got another hit on our hands with our low-deposit Quartet starter homes at Whitchurch.
All but one of four shared ownership houses are now
reserved by homebuyers who are otherwise priced out of the market
in this attractive Shropshire market town.
This last semi-detached two-bed is waiting to be snapped up for
as little as £59,625* and a minimum deposit that could be as
little as £2,982*.
With building work almost finished at Liverpool Road (pictured
above) and the first buyers hoping to move in this month, Bromford
Homes Head of Sales Alan Bradley urges other would-be homebuyers to
be quick or miss out.
"These Quartet homes are really hitting the right note with
first-time buyers in and around Whitchurch," says Alan.
"They're great homes, in a great place and at a great price. In
fact, they've got everything going for them − including the
fact that they're all semi-detached rather than the usual terraced
homes you might expect.
"Build quality is top-notch because the work is being carried
out by our own highly-respected in-house construction team −
and the list
of standard features includes fully-fitted kitchen with oven,
hob and extractor fan, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and
"Quartet offers a great location for
anyone who lives and works in the Whitchurch area and it's
convenient for anyone who commutes to Crewe, Telford,
Wrexham − even Manchester, thanks to the local railway
"Last, but not least, the price is truly affordable thanks to
shared ownership's unique part-buy, part-rent formula. That means
the purchase price − and the deposit − are much lower
than if you were buying a similar home on the open market."
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* £59,625 buys a typical 45% share of a two-bed home with a full
market value of £132,500. A minimum deposit on that share would
£2,982, assuming a 95% mortgage.
This is an updated version of a story that was published on
15 October 2014