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Hereford Place, London

£575,000 Asking Price
Sold STC
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Description

  • Rotpunkt German kitchens
  • Siemens appliances
  • Triple glazed windows
  • Green roofs and solar panels for communal lighting
  • Full-height porcelain tiling in bathrooms
  • Engineered real wood flooring
  • 10 year building warranty
  • Far reaching views
  • Private outside space for all apartments
  • 3-beds with private gardens or private roof top terraces
  • Completion Q4 2022
  • https://newcrossgardens.com/

New Cross Gardens, SE14
Launching soon – Register your interest now!
https://newcrossgardens.com/

New Cross Gardens is a high-end collection of well-considered double and triple aspect 1, 2 and 3 bed apartments set within an urban oasis in South East London’s SE14.

The apartments have been constructed with carefully curated materials to deliver high quality, generously proportioned homes with excellent eco-credentials. All the apartments benefit from generous private outside space and many have stunning City views.

The site is situated within a superb location approximately 2 minutes from New Cross station with excellent transport links to The City and London’s West End whilst also benefitting from the many amenities that New Cross and Deptford have to offer.

Completion is expected in Q4 2022.

Registered on Help To Buy - How does it work?

The Government lends you between 10% and 40% of the cost of your new-build home, so that you'll only need a 5% cash deposit and 55% mortgage to make up the rest.

First Time Buyers could benefit from the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Scheme.

With no repayments on the loan for the first five years of owning your home, this allows you to take advantage of better interest rates and assists your move on to or up the housing ladder. The loan is paid back either at the end of the mortgage term, or when the property is sold.

Help To Buy

HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Government lends you between 10% and 40% of the cost of your new-build home, so that you'll only need a 5% cash deposit and 55% mortgage to make up the rest.

First Time Buyers could benefit from the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Scheme.

With no repayments on the loan for the first five years of owning your home, this allows you to take advantage of better interest rates and assists your move on to or up the housing ladder. The loan is paid back either at the end of the mortgage term, or when the property is sold.

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