Kent home hunters can now find out more about the properties on offer at a highly-anticipated new part of the Headcorn community, as Bovis Homes launches Catkin Gardens
The local house-builder, which is moving its headquarters to nearby Kings Hill, is opening its sales centre on Saturday 23rd June, giving visitors the chance to find out more about the range of three, four and five-bedroom homes available.
“We are thrilled to be launching our Headcorn sales office,” says Candice McCabe, regional marketing manager. “We've already received a lot of interest in the new homes, so we're excited to now be able to welcome visitors to find out more, and give them the opportunity to reserve their brand-new home!”
Catkin Gardens, which is situated off Maidstone Road, offers a variety of properties, in a range of layouts, styles and sizes. The location will also include open spaces, a play area and footpaths, to create a well-designed neighbourhood suitable for modern lifestyles.
“It's a lovely spacious location with lots of green areas and outdoor space,” says Candice. “Our new homes boast some lovely features, such as open-plan living areas, stylish fitted kitchens, en suites and French doors leading out into the garden.
“It's well worth visiting us this weekend to find out more about the homes and to pick up a brochure. We have a range of purchase assistance schemes available that can help to get you moving – so your dream home may be closer than you think!”
Help to Buy is a shared equity scheme for first-time buyers and existing home owners alike, and is exclusive to new-build properties. The Government offers a loan of up to 20% of the home's value, and the buyer only requires a 5% deposit, while with Smooth Move, Bovis Homes can deal with estate agents on the buyer's behalf and will even pay the fees.
For more information about Catkin Gardens and all Bovis Homes' purchase assistance schemes, call the sales team on 01622 919020, visit www.bovishomes.co.uk or pop into the sales centre which will be open daily from Saturday 23rd June, from 10am until 5pm.