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Last chance to buy at Emerson Park

5th November 2015 Print
Emmerson Park

Sitting in a secluded area of Washington, Tyne and Wear, Bellway’s Emerson Park is almost complete with only a few homes left to sell. The development which comprises of a range of three and four bedroom homes is ideal for families and close to a range of schools including Lambton Primary School and Oxclose Community Academy.

Sales Advisor, Maxine Cain, said: “This is a really friendly development with lots of families with young children, there are a range of good local schools and the development is centred between three of the regions major cities, Sunderland, Newcastle and Durham with excellent transport connections via the A1 and A19 which are minutes away.”

Homes start in price from £219,995 and Bellway has a range of three and four bedroom homes available in a number of detached property designs.

Currently Bellway is offering free flooring, kitchen appliances and garden turf for all new reservations which can complete by Christmas.

Visitors to the development can view Bellway’s Brentwood and Brampton show homes in order to sample the living standards on offer and appreciate the quality of finish and build that customers can expect from one of the country’s leading home builders.

For people wanting the move to Emerson Park, Bellway can offer a range of incentives including their free of charge Express Mover deal where Bellway will mange the sale of your old home and appoint an estate agent on your behalf.

Buyers can also take advantage of the Help to Buy scheme which requires a minimum deposit of five per cent and provides a five year interest free twenty per cent loan, and enables buyers to reduce their mortgage payments during the first five years of occupation.

For more information about Emerson Park, visit or call the sales centre Tel 0191 417 2585 Monday – 12 Noon to 5.30pm Tuesday & Wednesday – Closed Thursday –11am to 8pm Friday – 11am to 5.30pm Saturday & Sunday – 11am to 5.30pm.

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Emmerson Park