Mulberry Homes is inviting prospective homebuyers to take an exclusive hard hat tour of St James Manor in Hanslope near Milton Keynes.
Would-be buyers are encouraged to make an appointment for the special event on Saturday 14th October when they will be kitted out in hard hats, high vis vests and safety boots to take an accompanied sneak peek inside the development off Long Street Road in the bustling rural village of Hanslope in Buckinghamshire.
Kerry Jones, Head of Sales at Mulberry Homes, said: “Our hard hat tours always prove incredibly popular, once kitted out in protective wear homebuyers can take a guided tour of the site, which is still under construction, and really get a feel for what is on offer. Those attending the event will also be the first to view brochures and specifications for these much anticipated new homes.”
St James Manor is a private, exclusive development of just 12 three and four bedroom family homes in the sought after village of Hanslope. Voted Buckinghamshire’s ‘Best Kept Village’ in 2016, Hanslope has a range of local facilities including a post office, butchers, general store, a doctors surgery and Hanslope primary (Outstanding Ofsted rating) in a peaceful countryside setting with the benefit of living near vibrant Milton Keynes with great commuter links.
Mulberry Homes is able to offer Help to Buy on new homes at St James Manor, through which buyers can secure their own brand new home with as little as a 5% deposit and get a government-backed equity loan for 20% of the overall purchase price, interest-free for five years, whilst the equity loans remains in place for the term of the mortgage.
That means, using Help to Buy, buyers could invest in a three bedroom, which has a purchase price of £334,950, with a minimum deposit of only £16,747.50 required.
Homes at St James Manor currently range in price from just £334,950 – £549,950. To make an appointment for an exclusive tour at St James Manor (located off Long Street Road, Hanslope, Bucks MK19 7BW) on Saturday 14th October between 10am – 2pm, call 01582 797562.