Award-wining housebuilder Crest Nicholson has announced the launch of its highly anticipated new range of apartments at its Whitstone Hundred at Hunts Grove development in Gloucester.
Lime Tree Court, a stunning collection of 12 two bedroom apartments, is expected to draw a great amount of interest following the ongoing success of the development.
One of the homes available to purchase is the two bedroom Basswood apartment. Spacious and contemporary, the apartment boasts two balconies, a large open-plan living room and kitchen, an impressive-sized main bedroom with hotel style en-suite shower room, a second double bedroom and family-sized bathroom.
Tim Ridges, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson South West, said: “We’re thrilled to be launching our first phase of apartments at Whitstone Hundred. The success of the development so far is a real testament to the high quality of the homes available and flat-hunters will be pleased to hear the apartments will be of an equally high specification.”
“The introduction of Help to Buy means that you can get more for your money, making these apartments even more affordable for first-time buyers and young professionals looking for the next step on the property ladder. We’re expecting a lot of interest and would urge anybody who is looking for their own slice of apartment living to visit us soon.”
Whitstone Hundred at Hunts Grove is a flagship development of new homes located within easy access of Gloucester city centre, the M5 and the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. The development offers a range of fantastic homes from two bedroom apartments to four bedroom homes, meaning there really is something for every type of buyer.
Under the Help to Buy scheme, prices at Hunts Grove currently start from £91,996. The scheme enables homebuyers to own their home for just 80 percent 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 Government and is interest free for the first five years.