Help to Buy provides major boost to house-hunters in Modbury

The Government’s Help to Buy scheme has given a huge boost to aspiring homeowners in Modbury, according to Bloor Homes

Purchasers are recognising the benefits of buying new build, and the sales team at the popular Palm Cross development has seen a great deal of interest from first time buyers and those looking to take advantage of the scheme.

Palm Cross will deliver the first new homes in Modbury for many years and the development is attracting buyers who wish to live in this lovely Devon town but work slightly farther afield, due to its superb transport links to Exeter and Plymouth.

One of the properties available with Help to Buy that is proving popular is the stylish three-bedroom semi-detached Acton house type. Our problem housetype is the Hindhead (2 beds) not the Acton I’ve attached the layout for your reference (all of the Hindheads incldue appliances, flooring and turf to rear garden and are ready to move into) Hindheads starting from £229,950. 
The impressive home is arranged over three floors and features three spacious bedrooms with a garage and a driveway which offers parking for two vehicles. 
On the ground floor is a warm and inviting lounge with a set of double doors leading to the kitchen/dining area, which is complete with skylights and French doors opening out to the garden. A separate utility area and a cloak room are also available.
The first floor has two double bedrooms and a high specification family bathroom, which includes a separate shower cubicle and bath, complete with chrome fittings.
Upstairs hosts the impressive master bedroom, boasting a stylish en suite shower room, separate dressing area and mirrored fitted wardrobes. 
The Acton is one of the showhomes at Palm Cross, so prospective purchasers can see first-hand how wonderful this house is by simply arranging a viewing with the sales team.

Rowena Adams, Regional Sales Director at Bloor Homes South West, said: “Help to Buy has been a huge boost for people wanting to get on or move up the property ladder, and this has been reflected in the high proportion of buyers who have used the scheme to purchase a home at Palm Cross.
“The development is part of a thriving community which is ideal for young couples and growing families and Help to Buy is proving particularly popular among these groups of purchasers.
“However, contrary to popular perceptions, the scheme is not just for first time buyers. A number of the residents at Palm Cross are people who have taken advantage of the smaller deposit and lower monthly mortgage payments afforded by Help to Buy, in order to move up the ladder into a larger property.
“We realise that the scheme can appear daunting for people, which is why I would encourage anyone interested in finding out more about Help to Buy to visit our sales team at Palm Cross, who will be more than happy to guide prospective buyers through the process.”
A wonderful range of two, three and four-bedroom homes are currently available at Palm Cross, for more information about the Help to Buy scheme call the sales office on 01548 898 112.