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View home opened at Houghton Regis

Added on: 20th February, 2018 by Caroline_9383

View home opened at Houghton Regis

Last Updated:
Tue, 20 February 2018

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Bedfordshire house hunters can measure up a new view home for size at a Dunstable development.

The Knightsbridge style, four bedroom detached house at Kyngshouton, in Houghton Regis, offers prospective residents the chance to check out the available space in a completed property.

Claire Dearsley, head of sales at Persimmon Homes Midlands, said: “Houghton Regis is a popular place to live and the modern homes we have provided here have been warmly welcomed by local buyers.

“We now have just a handful remaining, including the charming double-fronted Knightsbridge design, which is ready to move into. Our view home allows house hunters to fully explore the accommodation space available, so they can imagine themselves living at Kyngshouton.

“And buyers reserving now have the option of trading in their old house through our Part Exchange scheme, meaning they can save time and money by not getting caught up in a chain.”

The Knightsbridge three/four bedroom detached house, available from £384,950*, includes a spacious lounge, separate dining room and open-plan family kitchen leading out to the garden. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms – one of which could be used as a study – and a family bathroom.

Claire added: “Our on-site sales team can also provide information about how buyers can access the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, which only requires a five per cent deposit to secure their dream home.”

To find out more, visit www.persimmonhomes.com

Persimmon Homes Midlands operates new homes developments across Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Oxfordshire.

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