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Homes For Sale With Help To Buy In The West Midlands

Posted 13 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

We find just a few examples of homes in the West Midlands region which are currently 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 West Midlands, where the regional price threshold is £250,000.

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

Hawk Rise is a Barratt Homes development in Ledbury where they are offering a selection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes starting at £226,995. Set in countryside, it’s within easy reach of a number of major towns and cities – Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester are all within 30-minutes’ drive and and for everyday life there’s a supermarket, pubs, cafés and Lebdbury station just a walk away.

Plot 178, from £226,995, is called the ‘Roseberry’ and it has an open-plan dining kitchen – ideal space to invite over family & friends – with the French doors opening onto the west-facing garden. Upstairs are the two double bedrooms and a bathroom. This mid-terrace house comes with two private parking spaces.

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

When Quarry Place, from housebuilder Shropshire Homes, is complete, it will comprise a range of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and houses within walking distance from Ludlow town centre.

There are a number of two-bedroom apartments currently for sale at the Glove Court building, all qualifying for Help to Buy with a price range of £157,500 to £172,500. These have an open-plan kitchen/dining room and a spacious master bedroom, many with a Juliet balcony. There’s a secure telephone entry system, allocated parking and electric vehicle charging point. Prices at Quarry Place start at £149,950. There’s a show home to view. Find out more at www.shropshire-homes.com.

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

In Handsacre, Staffordshire, there are homes for sale on Phase One of Acresford Park, a Walton Homes development is situated adjacent to the Trent and Mersey Canal which will be bringing 57 two-, three- and four-bedroom properties in 14 different house types. Each comes with its own bike storage either in the garage or to the rear of the property and the option to upgrade to an electrical car charging point.

One example is the ‘Ebington’ on Plot 37 at £199,995, which has a light and bright kitchen/dining room with French doors opening to the rear garden and a separate lounge at the front of the house. Upstairs you will find two spacious bedrooms, both benefitting from built in storage, a study/single bedroom and a family bathroom. Find out more at waltonhomes.co.uk

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

Beaumont at Warwick Gates is a collection of homes located just two miles from Warwick's town centre. Prices at this David Wilson Homes development currently range from £220,000 to £400,000 for the available one-, two- and three-bedroom homes. There’s green space to enjoy just around the corner and you'll be in walking distance to a great primary school, Leamington Shopping Park and Lower Heathcote Local Centre.

Plot 11 is the one-bedroom ‘Aston’ which is ready to move into and comes with £6,000-worth of upgrades. With a price tag of £220,000 the design of this home sees the kitchen adjoining a dining/sitting area along with spacious double bedroom and a modern bathroom. There’s parking for one car included.

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

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



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