Movemaker open doors for bungalow seekers at Polden Grange
Homebuyers wishing to move to a brand new bungalow at popular Polden Grange can now do so without the need to sell their existing homes – thanks to a special scheme designed to make the process simple and stress-free.
“Discovering the rare commodity of a three bedroom bungalow here at Polden Grange in Street is a particularly exciting time for many buyers,” said David Wilson Homes sales director, Louise Ware. “But everything becomes less certain when they can’t sell their existing property.
“Buying one of our homes should be an enjoyable and memorable experience – and that is why we offer our Movemaker scheme.
“We arrange to sell buyers’ existing homes, free of charge, through Movemaker. This allows them to sell and buy with us and side-step most of the hassle and cost usually associated with selling their properties.
“Movemaker offers a stress-free way of moving to a better home. We act as an estate agent without charging a penny for our services. It works fantastically for both parties.”
Priced from £299,950, the Walton is a three bedroom bungalow featuring a bright and airy living room and a spacious kitchen, a dining area with French doors out to the garden and a utility room.
The impressive master bedroom has its own en suite and the two remaining, good-sized, bedrooms, have use of an attractive colour-coordinated family bathroom.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for buyers to enjoy the process of securing their dream home at Polden Grange without having to worry about the annoying parts of selling their current property,” added Louise. “But demand for these beautifully-designed bungalows is very high – and I don’t expect them to be available for very much longer.
“Anyone keen to move to the Walton at Polden Grange should visit us soon to find out more about this special home – and the schemes we offer to help make the whole buying process quick and easy.”
Street is situated on the Somerset levels, close to the scenic Polden Hills. The River Brue is to the north of the village and the famous Glastonbury Tor is just two miles south west.
The village is known for its connection with Clarks after the Quaker family founded its shoe empire here in 1825. The area provides all local amenities and has excellent transport links – with the towns and cities of Bristol, Wells, Bath, Bridgwater andTaunton all close by.
For further details about Polden Grange, visit dwh.co.uk.