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Dales View, Consett, Dere Street Homes

With 10 new homes now sold at their Dales View development in Consett, Dere Street Homes have passed the halfway stage with only another 10 homes available, including the fully furnished showhome.

Located in Redmire Drive, Delves Lane, the development consists of 20 four bedroom detached homes of seven different designs and is the final phase of residential development on this site. Brian Smith, Development Sales Manager, commented, “We only opened our showhome here in October so are obviously very pleased with the speed at which the homes are selling and with interest and visitor traffic building as we come out of Winter, potential buyers are going to have to hurry to secure their new home here.”

“The development enjoys a superb location with many of the homes having wonderful views over the Durham Dales and is proving particularly popular with local families already living in the area who wish to move up from their existing three bedroom properties to larger homes.”

The Durham-based developer is also able to offer buyers access to the Government’s Help To Buy scheme which offers buyers of new homes an equity loan of up to 20% of the cost of a new built home. The loan is interest free for the first five years with interest only charged in the sixth year and thereafter and, in essence, means a buyer of a new built home only needs to find 5% of the cost of the home as a deposit, with the 20% Help to Buy loan making up the remainder of the deposit and a 75% mortgage making up the remainder of the total cost of the home.

Prices for those homes currently released for sale range from £151,960 with help to buy (Normal selling price £189,950) for a four bedroom Carnforth. Full details are available from Brian Smith, Dere Street Homes Development Sales Manager, on 07944 568720 or from Head Office on (0191) 373 6535. Sales Office open times, Thursday – Monday 10.00am – 5.00pm. Full details are available at www.derestreethomes.co.uk.

24th February 2017

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