New build homes close to amenities are what downsizers want according to research by Savills. The survey found that more than half of those aged over 60 said they would buy new, compared with just 31% of 30 to 39 year-olds.
Imagine a brand new kitchen in which to cook your Christmas dinner, a shiny new lounge to display your Tree and decorations, and more space to celebrate the festive season with family.
Living close to a good school remains a priority for home buyers in the UK with 20% of estate agents believing it is the most important factor, according to the latest research data from Move with Us.
Cambridgeshire property-hunters searching for a stylish contemporary apartment in a superb location are being urged to visit Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after Knights Park development in St Neots.
According to the Office for National Statistics, more than 3.3 million UK adults aged 20 to 34 were living with their parents last year. In addition, a new study from the Institute of Fiscal Studies says that record numbers of young people will live with their parents, as the boomerang generation struggles to buy their own homes.
Thanks to strong buyer interest in the first release of mansion style properties at Aura on Long Road in Cambridge, Countryside is pleased to launch to the market a further collection of luxurious mansions, each featuring a spectacular rooftop terrace and conservatorium.
First-time buyers can get Help to Buy the stunning ‘Belford’ starter home at Taylor Wimpey’s popular Duchess Park development in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire.
Townhouses have been proving their perennial popularity at Aura in Cambridge, where Countryside has just released a new phase of three bedroom townhouses.
Two hand crafted bird screens have been erected next to the wetland in the new 120 acre country park at Great Kneighton in Cambridge.
With the summer now in full swing, sales at Connect21 in Peterborough – hailed as one of the best destinations outside London for commuters – are really heating up.
With the recent hot weather in England fuelling speculation that 2015 will be another record summer, there’s no better time to make the most of having a home with outdoor space.
When it comes to moving house – we all have a checklist of key points; affordability, style, quality and location among them.
Research from the Centre for Cities has revealed that 58% of highly skilled workers reside in cities, with Cambridge having the highest percentage of residents with top qualifications at 66%.
Servicemen and women who long to take their first step on to the property ladder can make this dream a reality by taking advantage of a new scheme on offer with Taylor Wimpey’s new homes in Lincolnshire and Peterborough.
Linden Homes Midlands is celebrating early sales success at its new development in Huntingdon – following a weekend launch and a number of ‘off plan’ reservations.
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