New ‘Nest’ For SpringPosted on March 9, 2011 | News
Spring is in the air and award winning developers are heralding the new season with almost £6,000 worth of reasons to find a new nest.
Special deals on five newly-built classy, contemporary homes in the picture postcard village of Ingleton bring an added incentive to buy now.
Russell Armer Homes wants to give buyers a lift on five three to four bedroom houses at its stunning historic Old Laundry Mews site.
Carpet allowances of up to £3,000 – along with stamp duty costs of up to £2,400 and £500 towards legal fees – make this spring the perfect time to buy.
Russell Armer s managing director, Martyn Nicholson, said although interest rates are at an all-time low, there is every indication they will rise.
He added: We want to make it as easy as possible for people to buy one of our architect-designed, top quality houses now.
Enjoying a prime location, the site once housed a flourishing steam laundry. Its bright new homes all benefit from stylish lay-outs with en-suite master bedrooms, garages, parking spaces, cloakrooms and rear gardens. Two also have utility rooms.
Nestling on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, within easy reach of the Lake District and stunning Ingleborough as its backdrop, Ingleton is an unparalleled location.
Conveniently located for the A65, the development offers excellent value for money, with houses from £229,950. And with £6,000 worth of deals on offer, the time is ripe to buy.
The show home and sales office are open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4.30pm. Contact the sales team on 01539 724282, Yvonne on 07967 167033, or http://www.russell-armer.co.uk/