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Home Of The Day - The ‘Bilberry’, Hurstwood Homes

Posted 15 July 2022 by Keith Osborne

The ‘Bilberry’ could be a perfect Lancashire starter home, not just for its style but also its availability through Home Reach…

The WhatHouse? team is always on the lookout for exceptional new homes currently for sale and today we’ve come across the ‘Bilberry’, an affordable three-bedroom house type at Hurtwood Homes’ Newchurch Meadows in Rossendale, Lancashire.

The ‘Bilberry’ is a terraced house type that shares the whole development’s design ethic, which combines architecture that complements the existing period property in the region with a thoroughly modern approach to interior layouts and specification. Off the hallway is the lounge with a large window bringing in lots of natural light at the front of the house. The kitchen/dining room at the rear is also a bright space that has French doors to the rear garden. Also downstairs are a WC, and some useful storage under the stairs. On the first floor, the double master bedroom also has built-in storage and alongside the two single bedrooms (which could equally be used at a nursery, study or hobby room) is the family bathroom.

Around the home, the specification includes a SieMatic kitchen with quartz worktop and Neff appliances, gas central heating, Duravit and Hansgrohe fittings to the bathroom, laminate flooring to the kitchen, lounge and corridor areas., carpets fitted to all bedrooms, neutral white and egg white walls, ceilings and woodwork, TV connections to the lounge and double bedroom, and there’s an electric car charging point externally.

Through Home Reach, a 50% share of the ‘Bilberry’ starts from £116,250 (based on a full market value from £232,500). This would require a minimum of 5% deposit from £5,812.

Home Reach is an affordable homes initiative by housing provider heylo, who works with housebuilders across England to provide an opportunity to ‘part buy-part rent’ a brand new home. Would-be buyers who meet the eligibility criteria can purchase a share of a new build house or apartment (usually, but not always, between 50% and 75%) and pay a subsidised rent to heylo on the remainder. The scheme provides all the benefits of homeownership but requires a much smaller deposit (5% of the share price) and a smaller mortgage than when purchasing outright. Over time, owners can buy further shares as their budget allows, until they own 100%.

Find out more about Newchurch Meadows from Hurstwood Homes.

 

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