High demand expected for new houses coming to Wellingborough this summer
Househunters can now register their interest for these houses on the Glenvale Park development
Persimmon Homes is inviting househunters to register their interest in a selection of new houses coming to Wellingborough this summer.
The Glenvale Park development, on Niort Way, will include properties from one to five bedrooms, to suit a wide range of buyers.
Persimmon Homes Midlands sales director Claire Dearsley said: “Wellingborough is always popular with customers, so we expect a high level of demand for new homes in this attractive market town.
“Glenvale Park will deliver quality, modern properties for first time buyers, growing families and downsizers looking for a home close to local shops and schools but also surrounded by unspoilt countryside.
“The development will, ultimately, provide a new primary school, community hub, nursery, shops, play areas and lovely open spaces for residents to enjoy.”
Anyone interested in Glenvale Park can register their interest on the Persimmon Homes website by clicking here to be the first to know when the development is launched and properties are released for sale in August.
Claire added: “All our homes are built to high levels of energy efficiency and stringent safety standards, and come with our two-year Persimmon warranty, plus a 10-year insurance-backed warranty, offering peace of mind and lower running costs than older properties.
“There are a number of packages to assist people looking to move, including the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme which enables first time buyers to purchase a new home with just a five per cent deposit.
“Alternatively, those with an existing property to sell can ask us about our Part Exchange and Home Change schemes, which aim to save the buyer time and money.”
Persimmon Homes Midlands operates new build homes developments across Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
For more information visit www.persimmonhomes.com.
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