Celebrate Christmas with your best-ever present: a new Larkfleet home

AscotYes, Christmas is just nine weeks away – but that’s plenty of time to buy and move into a new Larkfleet home in Lincolnshire!

There are a few properties still for sale at Larkfleet Homes’ Abbeyfields development in Bourne, and they are ready to move into before Christmas.

Apart from giving yourself the best present ever – it could cost you less than you think. The government’s Help to Buy scheme is available at Abbeyfields so you could potentially own a new home with just a 75 per cent mortgage and a five per cent deposit.

Abbeyfields properties are two and three-bedroom homes with prices starting at £124,995. The development is ideal for first-time buyers and young growing families looking to invest in a larger home.

Photovoltaic panels are available at selected properties at Abbeyfields as an ‘additional extra’ for homebuyers. PV panels produce electricity from daylight, generating useable power even on cloudy days so homeowners can benefit from reduced energy bills and earn an income by selling their excess power to the grid as part of the government’s Feed In Tariff scheme.

Larkfleet Homes has a reputation for building quality homes and apartments in prime locations throughout the eastern region. The company has developed some great schemes to help buyers, whatever their current position.

For more information about the properties available at Abbeyfields, call Larkfleet’s sales office on 01778 392795 or pop in between 10am and 5pm (6pm on Thursdays) each day.

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