Development set to peak in Shropshire with final Snowdon home

Development set to peak in Shropshire with final Snowdon home

Shropshire homebuyers have one final opportunity to become part of the blossoming new community at Haygate Fields in Wellington where 100 homes have already sold on this popular development.

The remaining and final property is a three-bedroom, semi-detached Snowdon-style home with three floors of living space and an attractive open-plan layout.

Sophie Jones, Anwyl Homes sales manager, says:

This really is a versatile property, an ideal home perhaps for a couple starting out or for a family looking for a little more room. There’s a great layout on the ground floor with a generous living space whether you’re cooking, eating or relaxing – and the feature double doors leading from the lounge to the rear garden just brings the outdoors in and gives this home real depth.

She adds:

We’ve handed over the keys to dozens of happy owners already, and I can guarantee that anyone who views our final property will be keen to join them. It’s a great home and offers the chance to become part of a well-established new development.

Plot five at Haygate Fields, The Snowdon, spans three floors with clever design to make the most of space.  On the ground floor is a modern kitchen, dining and living area where everyone can gather together, and on the first floor, two bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The main bedroom suite is on the upper floor and, complementing a good-sized bedroom and an en-suite shower room, is a dressing room.

Priced from £249,995, it falls within the new guidelines for the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme for first time buyers, which could bring it within many more people’s reach. Qualifying purchasers are offered a 20% equity loan (interest-free for five years) which should leave the purchaser with just a 5% deposit, and a 75% mortgage with a lender of their choice, to find.

It’s a desirable and affordable home in a great location too. Wellington is a historic market town with a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, while being close to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Residents have easy access to the M54 and Wellington train stations, the latter boasting frequent connections to Shrewsbury, Wales and the West, and areas further afield like Wolverhampton, Birmingham, and London.