Liverpool house hunters have snapped up new properties just in time for summer, with only three homes left at Countryside’s Queen Mary Place development in Walton. Prices start at £157,950.
Local buyers have scooped 133 out of 136 new three-bedroom family homes at the Long Lane development since its launch in 2015, many of whom have taken advantage of the Help to Buy scheme that provides a 20% five-year, interest-free loan.
Still available at Queen Mary Place are three, semi-detached Ellesmere house designs, featuring an exclusive first time buyer package that covers the cost of legal fees and stamp duty, plus a freestanding washer/dryer at no extra cost.
The Ellesmere home design has proven popular with young families due to its contemporary open-plan, kitchen-dining area that features skylights and French doors, which lead into the garden. Upstairs boasts three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom that comes complete with a separate shower cubicle and Porcelanosa tiles.
Peter Vella, Regional Sales and Marketing Director at Countryside, commented: “Queen Mary Place has been popular with first time buyers since the day it was launched, which is a credit to the quality of both the design and build of our homes. The desirable location and variety of the homes have been made even more accessible by the Help to buy scheme, which has gone a long way in helping young professionals and families get onto the property ladder.”
Queen Mary Place is being built in partnership with Sigma and Liverpool City Council’s regeneration partnership, Regeneration Liverpool, as part of a wider vision to create a thriving sustainable community.
Open Thursday to Monday, from 11am until 6pm, the Queen Mary Place Show Village is located at Queen Mary Way, off Long Lane, Liverpool, L9 6ER. For more information please visit www.queenmaryplace.co.uk, contact the sales team on Tel: 0151 601 4860 or follow us on Twitter @Countryside_MSY.
"Queen Mary Place has been popular with first time buyers since the day it was launched, which is a credit to the quality of both the design and build of our homes."
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