Clock is ticking on new development
Home buyers are being urged to act quickly to avoid missing out on homes on a Gloucestershire development.
CALA Homes is encouraging people to have a look at Cotswold Chase, where three properties now remain for sale.
The 26 new homes site is on Bisley Road in the well-regarded village of Eastcombe.
Designed in keeping with their Cotswold setting, the stone-built properties include traditional features such as wooden windows and dry stone walls.
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Only three four-bedroom homes remain at the popular development, with prices starting from £340,000.
Robert Monkman, sales and marketing director for CALA Homes Midlands, said: "Homes have sold quickly at Cotswold Chase and we are delighted with the overall success of the development.
"Its location is idyllic for anyone seeking the Cotswold lifestyle and the homes offer a traditional style, with all the benefits of buying a brand new property."
Purchasers can choose from three different designs
The Godstone' features a large living room with a designated dining area and French doors leading to the rear garden. 'The Farnham' has a large open plan kitchen and dining area, a utility, a separate dual aspect living room with access to the rear garden and a downstairs cloakroom.
The detached 'Fulford' home has a large open plan living and dining room, with French doors leading to the rear garden, a separate utility and a generous family kitchen.
Buyers can ask about purchasing a new home at Cotswold Chase using the government-backed equity scheme, Help to Buy.
For qualifying applicants, the scheme means that a house could be reserved with a five per cent deposit plus an equity loan from the Government of up to 20 per cent, reducing the subsequent amount required from mortgage lenders.
Part exchange is also being offered on the Fulford, meaning CALA will effectively act as a cash buyer for a home buyer's existing property, saving time, hassle and money, and giving buyers peace of mind that their sale won't fall through at the last minute.
CALA will also pay the stamp duty on the Fulford property if reserved in August, saving buyers more than £10,000.