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New homes in Bideford development now available to buy off-plan

By NDJDawn  |  Posted: April 10, 2014

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Properties are now available to buy at the new Elan Homes developments in Bideford.

The neighbouring developments, Kathleen Grange and May Court are currently being marketed by Cowlings estate agents.

Kathleen Grange offers 11 three and four-bedroom family homes while May Court features a trio of executive detached homes.

Andrea Nippe, sales director for Elan Homes in the south said: “There are many advantages to buying a brand new home ‘off-plan.

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“In an improving property market, it offers the opportunity to secure a preferable position on a development. It also means that once a customer has reserved, they are perfectly placed to take advantage of any upturn in property values, and may even find their home is worth more by the time they move in.”

The two developments are conveniently located off a quiet cul-de-sac off Mines Road, within easy reach of Bideford town centre. Elan Homes is due to open its first show homes in the Autumn.

There are four different styles of property available, in a choice of three and four-bedroom designs at Kathleen Grange, while May Court has three unique houses to satisfy demand for larger properties.

Hannah Gorvett at Cowlings estate agents said: "We are very excited to welcome a smaller and more select development by Elan Homes to offer something different to what has been available in Bideford East over the last few years.

"Bideford is a popular place to live with plenty of moving activity with local people moving within our area, whether down-sizing, up-sizing or just trading in for a change."

Prices start from £295,000 for a four-bedroom detached family home at May Court. All homes are available to purchase through the Help to Buy scheme. For people with a property to sell, part exchange is an option for these new developments.

For details contact Cowlings on 01237 423100, or call Elan Homes on 07917 215368.

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