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‘Golden Ticket’ Event And Offer At Whalley Scheme

Posted 14 February 2024 by Keith Osborne

L&Q has a special offer for a limited time on new homes in Lancashire launching on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February...

On Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February, L&Q is hosting a launch event at Whalley Manor, Whalley, giving prospective purchasers the chance to explore the brand new show home at the development, and take advantage of two exclusive incentives available for a limited time.

With mortgage contributions of up to £20,000 available for homes reserved before Saturday 16 March, the launch weekend will also see a ‘Golden Ticket’ offer, giving potential purchasers who attend the event an additional £1,000 in John Lewis vouchers if they reserve their new home by the same date. Deals are all subject to terms and conditions.

L&Q, in partnership with Lovell, are unveiling a new chapter for this development near Clitheroe. This weekend sees the launch of the new collaboration and there will be a show home to explore, 'The Chelsea'. An independent financial advisor will also be on hand to provide personally tailored and valuable financial advice, to support their homebuying journey.

Claire Brenlund, sales & marketing director for L&Q, commented: “Now is the time to buy at Whalley Manor. This fantastic development set on the edge of the beautiful Ribble Valley offers the best of countryside living alongside convenient connections – not to mention the strong community spirit felt in the historical village of Whalley.

“We’re thrilled to be offering a mortgage contribution over the next few weeks, giving buyers the chance to make significant savings on their new home – the added bonus of the ‘Golden Ticket’ will no doubt help with furnishing costs, too!”

Show home at Whalley ManorBeing delivered by L&Q and Lovell Homes, this is a 117-home scheme of two- to five-bedroom properties set around 10 acres of open public space. A central park has been created, with a brook concealing the underwater aquifers transporting water from the Lake District. This green space separates the northern and southern halves of the development, with a purpose-built footbridge connecting the two.

Taking inspiration from the vast array of Grade I and II listed buildings in nearby Whalley, homes at Whalley Manor are finished in either stone or traditional render, with pitched slate grey roofs, heritage brickwork and gable features. The rear garden is already turfed and the specification has sustainability in mind, as every house has electric charging points, allowing residents to power up their electric and hybrid cars conveniently at home.

Despite its semi-rural location, Whalley Manor is very well connected. Major roads including A671 and A59 run close by, taking just 30 minutes to reach Preston and Blackburn and an hour to Blackpool and Manchester. Nearby Whalley railway station offers frequent services to Blackburn, Bolton and Manchester.

Ideal for families, fantastic local nursery and schooling includes Whalley Meadows Forest School & Private Day Nursery, Whalley Church of England Primary School, and Oakhill School & Nursery.

Prices at Whalley Manor start from £260,000 for a two-bedroom house, £300,000 for a three-bedroom house, and £450,000 for a four-bedroom house. Find out more at lqhomes.com.


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