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Buying off plan reaps rewards for Burnham-on-Crouch homebuyers

6th April 2018 Print

Buying a new home before a single brick has been laid may sound unusual, but local housebuilder Charles Church is encouraging house hunters in Burnham-on-Crouch to do exactly that.

The company’s Grangewood Park development has been designed to meet the needs of both first-time buyers, families and people moving on the property ladder.

And says its charming location, scenic development layout, extensive house styles and open green spaces has added to its appeal.

“Burham-on –Crouch is a charming town that comfortably combines modern day living with its historic roots, striking coastline and growing selection of local eateries,” explains, Emma Hawkins, head of sales at Charles Church Essex.

“All of that, coupled with a carefully designed development, we are not surprised our customers are getting in early to reserve their homes.

“Buying off plan is ideal because you can secure your preferred property and location within the development. Reserving at this stage means you can truly personalise their home by choosing from a range of fixtures and fittings items such as kitchen units, appliances, waterfall showers, wall tiles and flooring options.

“It also means that you have the maximum amount of time to prepare, taking some of the stress out of moving home.”

Grangewood Park, comprises 180 homes offering a selection of two, three and four bedroom homes. Surrounded by a stunning rural backdrop, in walking distance to the town centre, and on the doorstep of schools for all ages, the Charles Church development offers buyers all the amenities required for daily living.

Providing buyers with a helping hand, all the properties are available to purchase under Help to Buy, the Government’s equity loan scheme where only a deposit of five per cent is needed. Persimmon’s Part Exchange and Home Change schemes are also available.

For further information on the properties at Grangewood Park, visit