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Save £800 on stamp duty when you move into a brand-new home in Cannock this Spring

24th March 2015 Print
Monarch Park development

Snap up one of the last two homes available at Lovell’s popular Monarch Park development in Cannock – both ready for purchasers to move into this Spring - and you’ll make a significant saving on stamp duty.

The development is in a fabulous location, close to stunning Cannock Chase, but at the same time within a short distance of the town centre and the motorway network.

Thanks to the latest changes, purchasers can save £800 in stamp duty – compared with the previous rates – when they buy one of development’s final two homes. Each is the detached Queenswood three-bedroom house style, priced at £169,995.

Lovell field sales manager Sian Lewin says: “Both homes come fully carpeted and with a turfed garden and are ready for buyers to move in now. It’s a great location, close to the breath-taking countryside of the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On top of that, there are excellent road connections – you can easily pick up the M6, M54, A34 and A5 - making it a brilliant base for anyone commuting to the West Midlands or needing to drive further afield.”

Another appealing feature for purchasers is that the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme is available on both homes available at Monarch Park, making them even more affordable. Each property is offered at £169,995 (£135,996 price after Help to Buy Equity Loan). Designed for both first-time buyers and people looking to move up the property ladder, Help to Buy means purchasers need only find a five per cent deposit to secure a new home, backed with a 20 per cent equity loan from the Government which is interest-free for the first five years.

Perfect for a family, or a couple seeking more space, the Queenswood offers a generous open-plan living / dining room on the ground floor with French doors to the turfed, walled rear garden. There is also the kitchen, with breakfast area, hall and cloakroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room while two further bedrooms and the family bathroom complete the first-floor layout. Each property also benefits from parking.

To find out more, contact Lovell’s selling agents Bairstow Eves in Cannock, visit

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Monarch Park development One of the final two homes available at Monarch Park. Show home example of the Queenswood house style interior