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Stylish apartments plus no stamp duty add up to amazing value at Lovell’s Caldon Quay

31st May 2015 Print
Beech House, Caldon Quay

With zero stamp duty to pay, the latest apartments released by developer Lovell at its canalside Caldon Quay development in Stoke-on-Trent offer amazing value and a fabulous place to live.

Homebuyers who act quickly have the chance to snap up a sensational apartment home at this prime location, between the Caldon canal and Hanley Park, from just £104,950, (£83,960 price after Help to Buy Equity Loan) which means they attract no stamp duty charge.

Lovell field sales manager Sian Lewin comments: “A spectacular setting and the quality finishing and high standard of specification offered by these chic, high-quality apartments make this a brilliant opportunity to own a well-designed contemporary home providing all the advantages of city life and with the added appeal of a waterside location. We’re now in our second and final phase of development at Caldon Quay where homes have proved extremely popular with young professionals who appreciate the proximity to Hanley, the train station and Staffordshire University. Our newly released apartments come with the bonus of being stamp-duty free, making them a brilliant option for any first-time buyer who would love to own their own home in this stylish waterfront community.”

A select number of apartments are currently available. All are located in Beech House, in the very heart of the development, and are offered at prices below the stamp duty threshold. They include one ground-floor canalside apartment at £104,950 (£83,960 price after Help to Buy Equity Loan), which is only available through the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme. Overlooking the water and with its own private entrance, the new owner will be able to enjoy a spacious, open-plan living room and kitchen / dining room, plus master bedroom with its own en-suite, as well as a second bedroom and bathroom. Lovell also has two-bedroom second- and third-floor apartments available at £105,950 (£84,760 price after Help to Buy Equity Loan) and £107,950 (£86,360 price after Help to Buy Equity Loan) both with a Juliet balcony.

Each apartment has its own dedicated parking space and master bedroom with en-suite facilities and a contemporary kitchen including an integrated fridge-freezer, brushed steel chimney hood and Bosch hob and double oven.

Move in with a five per cent deposit
All homes are available through the Government-supported Help to Buy scheme, designed to help both first-time buyers and those seeking to move up the property ladder. Help to Buy enables buyers to secure a brand-new home with a deposit of just five per cent by accessing a 20 per cent equity loan which is interest-free for the first five years.

Located off Ridgeway Road, Caldon Quay is perfectly placed for the entertainment and excitement of the city centre, while the soothing waterfront setting is ideal for unwinding when you need a rest from the bright lights. Getting round is straightforward too: the A52 and A50 are within easy reach and the M6 is just a couple of miles away. For train travellers, Stoke-on-Trent railway station is only a mile from the development.

Lovell currently has a range of two-bedroom apartments and three- and four-bedroom houses available at Caldon Quay. To find out more, visit

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Beech House, Caldon Quay