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Last chance for luxury living at Lower Beeding

30th December 2013 Print
Typical Charles Church kitchen

Anyone looking to move quickly into a new home in West Sussex could pick up a New Year bargain at a select development in the lovely village of Lower Beeding.

Premium housebuilder Charles Church has just two houses left at its successful Trinity Fields site near Horsham and, with the benefit of the Government’s Help To Buy scheme, either could be snapped up with a deposit of less than £20,000.

Jo Richards, head of sales and marketing at Charles Church South East, said: “This really is a case of saving the best till last. Our final two properties at this enormously popular location are ready and waiting to become somebody’s dream home.

“Both of these stylish four bedroom houses offer practical family accommodation with a comfortable living room and open-plan dining kitchen – perfect for entertaining.

“And now that the development is almost complete, the last people to move in will enjoy all the benefits of a newly created community. Trinity Fields is looking lovely as the gardens grow more established and start to show the individuality of each owner.”

The two properties are both ‘Jasmine’ style homes, elegant double-fronted traditional detached houses with ground floor cloakroom and utility room, four bedrooms, a family bathroom and en suite to the master bedroom, priced from £385,000.

Trinity Fields is an exclusive development of just 30 executive homes within walking distance of the village centre and just 3.5 miles from Horsham.

Anyone using the Government’s Help To Buy scheme could secure their property with a £19,400 deposit and a 75% mortgage, with the remainder covered by an equity loan which is interest free for five years.

Jo added: “For those with an existing house to sell, we can ensure a smooth and hassle-free move with our HomeChange or Part Exchange schemes, saving you time and money." 

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Typical Charles Church kitchen