15 March 2017
Following the launch of St. Andrew’s Park in Uxbridge St. Modwen Homes has seen huge levels of interest, taking eight reservations in the first weekend alone.
One of the most popular designs so far is the three-storey Lincoln home, with 100% of purchasers using Help to Buy to secure their dream home, demonstrating the demand for both quality homes in the area and the government scheme.
Helping people get onto and move up the property ladder, Help to Buy allows people to pay just 60% of the listed purchase price of a property, made up of a 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage. The Government will provide an equity loan of up to 40% to cover the remaining cost which is interest free for the first five years.
Bev Hall, Sales and Marketing Director at St. Modwen Homes, said: “We’re incredibly pleased with the reaction we’ve had at St. Andrew’s Park so far. It’s our most prestigious development to date so it was fantastic to see people queuing from 4.30am on the day of the launch to secure their preferred plot.
“Buying a home in Greater London may seem like an impossible task but by using Help to Buy it can be easier than you think; it’s great to see so many of our purchasers making the most of the 5% deposits available.”
St. Modwen Homes has launched 6 bespoke house designs at St. Andrew’s Park, including three and four storey luxury townhouses alongside a selection of one and two-bedroom apartments. All designed according to the award-winning housebuilder’s philosophy of light and height, each property benefits from higher than average ceilings and large windows throughout, creating bright open living spaces full of natural light.
New homeowners will also benefit from the many amenities being delivered on site, including new employment opportunities, a theatre, museum and new restaurant, as well as the 32 acre park and John Locke Academy Primary School that are already in place.
The properties at St. Andrew’s Park form the latest phase of the 1,300-home new community at the former RAF Uxbridge site in Hillingdon. St. Modwen, together with its joint venture partner VINCI, is leading the regeneration project.
St. Andrew’s Park has a rich history and the former RAF Uxbridge played a pivotal role in World War One. The development is home to the Battle of Britain Bunker museum and operations room as well as the Grade II listed Hillingdon House, which sits at the heart of the park and is set to become home to a new restaurant.
The marketing suite is open Thursday to Monday between 10am and 5.30pm inclusive of weekends and is located on St. Andrew’s Park, Churchill Road, Uxbridge, West London UB10 ORX. Anyone wishing to book an appointment or speak to a member of the sales team can do so by calling 0844 2434560. More information can be found at www.stmodwenhomes.co.uk or via social media on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
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