Interest in this long-awaited development proved strong from day one with four initial reservations and two Help to Buy applications submitted.
Lovell Homes has seen enquiry levels across the whole of the North West sharply increase post-lockdown due to the stamp duty holiday and has reported its busiest ever reservation levels in August. With this in mind, the Lovell Homes team is recommending that anyone interested in purchasing at Woodlark Chase visits quickly to ensure they have the pick of the remaining plots.
Woodlark Chase offers a range of two, three, and four-bedroom homes with Help to Buy equity loans and it’s Helping Hands scheme to assist first time buyers, growing families, and those looking to downsize buy in the area.
Anne-Marie O’Doherty, regional sales director at Lovell Homes North West, said: “Woodlark Chase is located within an established community and new homes are therefore in high demand. The site layout, which the architects designed to feel private and peaceful with dedicated areas for children to play, is also proving popular.
“As a result, we’ve released some plots early, before the show homes are open, so I’d encourage any interested house hunters to book an appointment now so they can reserve and benefit from being an early bird, as well as having a greater choice of plots to choose from.
“Reduced stamp duty rates coupled with Help to Buy means it’s a great time to buy whether you’re a first time buyers or a second time mover – particularly one in such a strong location, with excellent schools nearby and good commuter links.”
The development is located close to many popular schools, as well as shops, leisure facilities and a wealth of public amenities. There’s quick access to the A585 for commuting to nearby cities or taking family day trips and it’s just half a mile to the closest stop on the Blackpool Tramway.
The government-backed Help to Buy scheme, which has enabled more than 230,000 house buyers to purchase a new home, is available now. Under the scheme, buyers can secure their home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is then paid off as an equity loan, which remains interest-free for the first five years.