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Homes For Sale With Help To Buy In The South West

Posted 10 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

We take a look at just a few examples of homes in the South West of England for sale on the government scheme...

Since April 2021, Help to Buy scheme has been offered to first-time buyers on selected plots at developments across the South West of England, where the regional price threshold is £349,000.

Take a look at just a few examples of homes across the South West currently available on this government scheme. You can find even more here.

Equinox I is a popular development of 79 one-, two-, three and four-bedroom properties from Cavanna Homes on the outskirts of Exeter. Right now, the three-bedroom, semi-detached ‘Dart’ is a great example of the contemporary architectural style used there and is priced at £320,000. The lounge at the front of the house has a feature bay window and the kitchen/dining room at the rear has French doors to the garden. There’s storage under the stairs, and a downstairs cloakroom, while on the first floor, bedrooms one and two are doubles (one with en suite), bedroom three is a single and the family bathroom and two useful cupboards off the landing complete the layout. At the front of the home is the allocated parking.

Find out more about current Help to Buy properties in Devon.

Plot 192 at Merlin Gate in Newent is the ‘Ingleby’, a four-bedroom detached home with south-west facing garden. This David Wilson Homes property has an open-plan kitchen/dining/family room with utility cupboard and doors to the garden, and a separate lounge at the front of the house. Also downstairs are a cloakroom and understair storage. Two of the bedrooms are doubles and two are singles. Bedroom one has an en suite and the others share the family bathroom. This house comes with a single garage and two private parking spaces. It is priced at £315,000.

Find out more about current Help To Buy properties in Gloucestershire.

For apartment living, Watkin Jones Homes has a top-floor one-bedroom home at its Riverview Court development by the River Avon. Priced at £295,000, this property is one of just 18 in the secure, low-rise block and comes with an open-plan layout, a fitted kitchen in high gloss handle-less finish and quartz worktop, Siemens appliances, vinyl/carpet flooring throughout, a fitted wardrobe to the bedroom and a well-appointed bathroom.

Find out more about current Help to Buy properties in Somerset.

‘Braddon’‘Braddon’ house type 

Kingswood Homes has a whole range of properties available through Help to Buy at The Market Quarter in Hatherleigh, seven miles north of Okehampton, with terraced, semi-detached and detached options. A notable one is a bungalow type property called the ‘Braddon’. For £297,995, there are two double bedrooms on the ground floor in addition to the lounge, kitchen/dining room and a walk-in shower room. There’s a bonus of a spacious bedroom upstairs too, with en suite bathroom.

Find out more about current Help to Buy properties in Devon.

WhatHouse? Awards winner Pennyfarthing Homes is offering the option of Help to Buy on a one-bedroom apartment at its Potters Wood scheme in Verwood, Dorset. With a price tag of £180,000. It has a triple-aspect, open-plan kitchen/dining/living room, spacious bedroom and bathroom. There’s a large storage cupboard off the hallway too, great for decluttering the living space. This final apartment for sale at the Maple House building comes with allocated parking.

Find out more about current Help to Buy properties in Dorset.

We have a brilliant video which tells you all about Help to Buy – you can watch it here:



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