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Saturday, 8 May 2021

Four properties left at Gedling development with stamp duty and 95% mortgage incentives available

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Just four homes remain at a luxury £8.5m development in Gedling Village and interested buyers should act quickly to make the most of new government incentives including the stamp duty holiday extension and 95% mortgage scheme.

 

The development known as ‘Hunters Wood’, located just off Wood Lane in Gedling Village, has been developed by Nottingham-based property developer, Peter James Homes, and features 14 luxury detached family properties, with generous gardens and car parking.

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Following the latest government budget announcement outlining a stamp duty holiday extension until the end of June and a 95% mortgage scheme for homes up to the value of £600,000 – families, couples and professionals looking for the perfect home to make precious memories in, are being encouraged to progress with their property searches now, if looking for a fresh start.

 

Comprising of three, four and five bedroom properties named after surrounding trees, which include The Sycamore, The Hawthorne and The Elm, prices at the luxury development start from £520,000 and go up to £615,000, with all properties fully finished to include upgrades at no extra cost.

 

Nestled in the historic grounds of the former Gedling Manor, benefitting from access to Gedling Country Park, cycle routes and local amenities such as pubs and cafes – Hunters Wood is just a short drive from Nottingham city centre and is close to surrounding villages including Burton Joyce, Lowdham and Bulcote.

 

The development is also situated in an ideal catchment area for several schools including Carlton le Willows Academy, Nottingham Girls High School, Redhill Academy and Pinewood Infant and Nursery School.

 

Each remaining property boasts high specification fixtures and fittings throughout, open plan kitchen and dining spaces for flexible family living, alongside bay windows, bi-fold patio doors to the garden and hand-crafted design elements using quality materials.

 

FHP Living has been appointed as a selling agent for the development, and prospective buyers wishing to view the remaining homes by appointment, are welcome to contact Steve Parker or Natasha Goodman at FHP on 0115 841 1155, for information and bookings.

 

Steve Parker, director at FHP Living, said: “Hunters Wood is a quiet, exclusive development tucked away amongst the trees in a historical setting, with all of the luxuries of modern-day life.

 

“It’s the ideal place for professionals, couples and families, with excellent schools, local shops, bars and cafes, and historical places of interest nearby.

 

“Surrounded by rolling fields and winding paths, there will be plenty of summertime events to get involved with, as well as nearby local heritage sites to enjoy. The open space setting of Gedling Country Park allows residents close access to the countryside, and thanks to its high ground, it overlooks the rest of Nottingham.

 

“The development has received a great deal of interest, and we have welcomed the first residents into their new homes already. We look forward to inviting interested buyers to view the remaining properties before they’re snapped up, and encourage interested parties to get in contact as soon as possible, to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday extension and 95% mortgage scheme.”

 

MaryClaire Morgan, sales manager at Peter James Homes, said: “We have been delighted and astonished at the phenomenal speed at which these luxury homes have been snapped up so far. It’s great news for us – and for the housing market in general. Buyers have not only been taking advantage of the stamp duty holiday, but they have been putting more thought into their homes and their local environment since the pandemic.  It has somewhat changed our perspective on the work-life balance, and now is the perfect time to move.”