Current property market trends make for good news for Leicestershire homebuyers looking to save money when upsizing in a more rural location.
Not only can property seekers secure more space at Barratt Homes’ Grange View development in Hugglescote, but there’s an opportunity to reside close to Beacon Hill Country Park and Charnwood Lodge Nature Reserve.
Among the properties available at Grange View is the Radleigh style home – available from £339,995. This four bedroom detached property is ideal for growing families and, despite its rural location, is still only 12 miles from Leicester city centre.
Jan Ruston, Sales Director at Barratt Homes North Midlands, said: “Now is a great time to take that next step on the property ladder and the location of Grange View offers the best of both worlds for house hunters.
“Priorities have changed for new homebuyers and we’d like to showcase how our Radleigh style home can meet the demand for flexible living.
“For anyone looking for a chain-free move, our Part Exchange Xtra scheme is available which means we could be your guaranteed buyer.”
With four generously sized bedrooms on the first floor, the Radleigh style home offers a contemporary layout that’s tailor-made for home working.
An open-plan design on the ground floor minimises the hustle and bustle of a family home, whilst French doors open onto the garden from both the kitchen and the comfortable lounge.
Those interested in the Radleigh style home but seeking an alternative location are in luck, as the leading developer also has a selection of the four bedroom properties available at its Wigston Meadows development in Wigston, priced from £414,995.
The growing community in Wigston is a renowned commuter haven with excellent access to the A6, M1 and M69, whilst the nearby Wigston South Railway provides direct services to Birmingham New Street.
With properties available at both Grange View and Wigston Meadows, homebuyers in Leicestershire can choose a location that suits them best.
Part Exchange Xtra makes selling an existing property much simpler as Barratt Homes will instruct an estate agent to handle all enquiries and viewings and, if the house doesn’t sell, could buy the property in part exchange at market value.
Additionally, the housebuilder’s Movemaker scheme could be a great option for buyers to consider. Acting as a one-stop shop for homebuyers, the Movemaker scheme works when individuals reserve their home. They will receive a complimentary estate agency service with a free no obligation valuation on the existing home.
Barratt Homes will complete the Movemaker once a selling price has been agreed by the customer, and then will pay the estate agents to sell the existing property.
The leading developer’s NHS deposit contribution scheme is also available until June 2021 following its extension which, in the form of a 5% deposit, is set to help all NHS employees make a move to a new home.
For further information, call the Barratt Homes sales team on 033 3355 8472 or visit www.barratthomes.co.uk.