Crest Nicholson’s Penarth Heights is proving so popular that the award-winning housebuilder has sold a fantastic 31 homes and apartments since January. 71% of sales have been through the Help to Buy initiative, proving that the scheme is really helping house-hunters in Wales get moving.
Launched on 2 January, Help to Buy - Wales is an initiative designed to make buying a new home more achievable for both first-time buyers and existing home owners, and is available on new-build homes up to a value of £300,000. The initiative enables homebuyers to own their own home for just 80 per cent of the purchase price with a deposit of as little as five per cent. The remaining 20 per cent of the property price is lent to the purchaser by the Welsh Government through the HCA and is interest free for the first five years.
One home available at the development is the three storey, three bedroom Phoenix house. This beautiful home enjoys a large living room with French doors and Juliet balcony, an open-plan kitchen / dining room and spacious master bedroom with hotel-style en-suite shower room and large picture window. In addition, the Phoenix’s second bedroom is an exceptionally good size and the house benefits from a separate study and WC on the ground floor, not to mention its own garage and undercroft parking.
Laura Osborne, Senior Sales Manager for Crest Nicholson South West and Wales, commented: “Help to Buy is already proving really popular, with 22 of our homes at Penarth Heights being snapped up since the scheme launched. I’d definitely recommend speaking to our sales advisors to find out how the scheme could help get you moving.”
With beautiful views across the Marina, Penarth Heights offers a mix of stylish one, two and three bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom houses, suitable for a wide variety of purchasers, from first time buyers to growing families and those looking to enjoy their retirement with the peace that comes with a new build home. The development is within easy access of the independent and big name bars, cafes and shops found in Penarth town centre, as well as Penarth seafront and the local railway station, which provides quick and easy access to Cardiff and beyond.
Prices at Penarth Heights using Help to Buy – Wales currently start from £236,000 for a three bedroom Phoenix house.
For more information please call into the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite (open daily 10am-5pm, viewings by appointment only 11am-3pm), call 02920 711 357, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.crestnicholson.com/penarthheights.