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Housebuilder Offers Part Exchange Across The East Midlands

Posted 12 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

David Wilson Home offers its own Part Exchange scheme on selected plots at a number of its East Midlands sites...

For people moving up the property ladder, one of the biggest headaches is selling their existing property, being at the mercy of a property that could break at any time, even after contracts are exchanged. David Wilson Homes’ Part Exchange schemes could be the answer for house-hunters across the East Midlands.

With Part Exchange, the housebuilder is a cash buyer for the old home, eliminating a chain further down the line, and the deal can be timed to make a move straight from the current home to the new one without worrying about delays or short-term renting.

There are some excellent options at David Wilson Homes developments for upsizers across the region.

Kibworth is a countryside location only 15 minutes’ drive from Market Harborough’s well-served railway station, and within the catchment areas of an “Outstanding” rated primary school, Leicester Grammar School and The Kibworth School. There are a range of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes for sale, priced between £356,995 and £584,995.

Among them is Plot 80, the four-bedroom ‘Winstone’ is for sale at £569,995. This version of the popular detached house type comes with an upgraded kitchen in the open-plan hub of the home, with a separate bay-fronted dining room, a lounge and a separate study. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a dressing area and four-piece en suite, with three more double bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom. There’s a double garage and parking for four cars.


Bertone Gardens is located in the newly created Hanwood Park, on the edge of Barton Seagrave next to peaceful countryside. It will eventually have a new secondary school, up to four primary schools, employment areas, shops and healthcare facilities, and it is only ten minutes from Kettering and within very easy reach of the A14 and A6.

Prices currently start at £296,995 for a selection of two- and three-bedroom homes. David Wilson Homes’ own Part Exchange Xtra scheme sees them helping to sell your current home by dealing with the estate agents for you, and they may pay the fees. If a buyer can’t be found, they will Part Exchange in the usual way. This is available on Plot 112, a ‘Bradgate Special’ three-bedroom detached home with over 1,400 sq ft of living space. For £439,995 there’s an open-plan kitchen with family and dining areas which open onto the garden through French doors. There’s a bay-fronted lounge and dedicated study, three double bedrooms (one en suite), a family bathroom and a ‘bonus’ room which could act as a fourth double bedroom. Outside are the single detached garage and private driveway with two parking spaces.

‘Moreton’‘Moreton’ house type

DWH at Overstone Gate has three-, four- and five-bedroom properties for sale from £325,995 to £599,995 locted on the edge of the town with a brand new primary school and amenities built within walking distance from home. Overstone itself offers a good selection of shops and amenities. Tere have been seven homes sold at this development in the last three weeks, underlining its popularity.

Plot 237 is the first of the ‘Moreton’ to be put on sale here, though the show home is the same house type. Priced from £599,995 and available through Part Exchange Xtra, this spacious house benefits from a double detached garage and driveway with parking for four cars. Inside is an open-plan kitchen with breakfast and family areas with adjoining utility room and French doors onto the garden. The lounge also leads out onto the garden, while a dining room completes the ground floor layout. Upstairs you will find a main bedroom with a full en suite, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower. The top floor features a double bedroom with an en suite shower room, a cosy den and a spacious landing.


There are three-, four- and five-bedroom houses for sale at The Wickets, Earls Barton to suit quite a range of budgets, from £309,995 to £649,995. Surrounded by countryside, a local vineyard and picturesque lakes, the development itself benefits from a linear park and a footpath link into the village, which has a post office, library, chemist, Co-op, coffee shops and other essential amenities. Northampton town centre is just nine miles away.

Plot 193 is the final example of the ‘Chelworth’ four-bedroom detached home type for sale, from £521,995, and it overlooks public open space and play area. All four bedrooms are doubles, with an en suite to bedroom one. This home also has kitchen/breakfast/family room and a dining room, both with French doors to the rear garden, a utility room, a separate lounge and a study. This home has a double detached garage and private driveway with parking for four cars.


The Skylarks is a few miles from Loughborough and offers an array of homes with from two to five bedrooms, priced from £329,995 to £621,995. It has green surroundings and is just a mile from the village of East Leake, with its supermarket and other amenities. The area has a number of 'Good' Ofsted-rated primary and secondary schools including Lantern Lane Primary School and East Leake Academy.

Available on a Part Exchange deal is Plot 101, the three-bedroom detached ‘Hadley’ house type priced from £329,995. This has an open-plan dining kitchen with French doors to the walled rear garden, and there’s a separate lounge. Upstairs, along with the bathroom, there are two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, which could function as a home study, playroom or hobby room if you don't need all the bedrooms. This home has a single detached garage with parking for two cars.

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