More for your money down the line with Bloor Homes
Where can you find a spacious three bedroom home finished to a top specification for just £147,950? Add to this an easy commute into central London and it’s hard to beat a brand new Bloor Home at The Lanterns in Irthlingborough, near Wellingborough.
Bloor Homes highlights that choosing a new home a few stops down the train line could save thousands when purchasing a new home. According to online property search specialist nestoria.co.uk, the average price of a two bedroom property in Bedford is £155,000. Just a 12 minute train journey from Bedford, Bloor Homes is offering three bedroom homes from £147,950 at The Lanterns in Irthlingborough. There is even the option to part exchange your existing property!
Leading estate agents Savills have also looked at the link between house prices and living a bit further away. They examined the property prices in traditional commuter towns, and then did the same for towns further down the track and discovered that commuters could save up to £8,000 for every minute added to their journey.
Vanessa Macnee, Sales Director of Bloor Homes comments: “With average house prices significantly lower than London, and even nearby Bedford, together with a fast train service into central London, a move to The Lanterns can often mean that purchasers can afford a larger house but need a smaller mortgage.”
Irthlingborough is located in the midst of beautiful countryside close to Wellingborough, one of four towns which have been dubbed North Londonshire. The area is home to country houses and historic attractions, as well as modern shopping and leisure facilities.
With the high quality, affordable homes offered by Bloor, good schools and career opportunities, Irthlingborough offers everything you a looking for from a move out of London.
The Bampton Housetype is a perfect example of the three bedroom homes on offer from Bloor, with prices starting from £147,950. This well-proportioned home has a spacious lounge leading to a fabulous kitchen/diner with French doors opening out onto the rear garden, a separate utility area and cloakroom. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two double and one single, and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and a stylish en suite shower room.
The property also boasts an energy efficiency rating of 81%, with an enviable location close to road and rail links, recreational opportunities, schools and fantastic local facilities.
Irthlingborough, with its wonderful community spirit, is a town that can provide for every day needs with a supermarket and local independent shops, while nearby Wellingborough caters for those looking for high street brands.
Irthlingborough is home to Rushden and Diamonds FC and the stadium is widely acclaimed as being one of the finest at its level. For the sporting enthusiast the stadium is home to a range of facilities and activities and there is a great golf studio and study centre for school children.
Located midway between London and Birmingham, East Northamptonshire is central, well connected and cost effective. Kettering, Rushden, Corby and Wellingborough offer excellent road and rail links with St Pancras just 50 minutes away. The A14/45 and M1/M6 provide easy access to many of the major cities.
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