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Enjoy country living at Earl’s Garden

2nd October 2015 Print
Earl’s Garden development in Sible Hedingham

Buyers searching for a home surrounded by the joys of nature are sure to find what they are looking for at Bloor Homes’ Earl’s Garden development in Sible Hedingham, Essex.

This beautiful collection of new homes is in one of the county’s largest villages, located next to striking woodland which is proving a huge attraction for purchasers.

The stunning sight of red kites is among the spectacles that have been spotted from the site, which sits on the banks of the River Colne.

Bloor Homes’ Regional Sales Director, Monika Hanlon, said: “It’s not often that a development is so close to both local amenities and some of the best countryside and wildlife that Essex has to offer.

“At Earl’s Garden, residents will get a feel of being close to nature, while enjoying life in a modern, high-quality home.”

Other woodland attractions near to Earl’s Garden include the 19th century Alderford Mill, where demonstrations take place during the summer months.

Southwards along the river is Molly’s Wood and Community Orchard, 10 acres of countryside managed by members of the local community, while there’s also schools, shops and cafes nearby.

Homes available at Earl’s Garden include the three-bedroom Chastleton, priced at £269,995 and the four-bedroom Stainsby, priced at £399,995.

Buyers who take advantage of Help to Buy can secure the Chastleton with a deposit from just £13,5000 and a mortgage of £202,497.

Help to Buy enables buyers to purchase a new home with just a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided by the government as an equity loan which is interest-free for five years.

Buyers can find out more about the homes at Earl’s Garden by visiting the Sales Centre, located off Swan Street, Sible Hedingham, CO9 3PX, which is open daily from 10am to 5pm.

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Earl’s Garden development in Sible Hedingham