PLOT 3 - SHOW HOME - Last 3-bed detached home:
High specification, garage, south facing garden, offering all the benefits of new build without a large "estate" environment, set in the highly desirable village of Ickleford on the northern edge of Hitchin.
This traditional two storey home benefits from:
* open plan living with generous room sizes
* contemporary handleless kitchens with Quartz worktops
* integrated Siemens appliances
* luxury contemporary bathrooms
* gas fired underfloor heating to ground floor
* garage with driveway
* security alarm
* fenced rear garden laid to lawn with generous patio area
* NHBC 10-year warranty for low maintenance & peace of mind.
HELP TO BUY EXPLAINED:
The Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme is open to both first time buyer and existing homeowners. There is no income cap and you can buy a new build property up to the value of £600,000 with as little as 5% deposit. The Government will lend you up to 20% of the full purchase price (interest free for 5 years) and you will need to be able to take out a mortgage for the remaining 75% of the value of the property. Ask the sales negotiator for more details.
Ickleford is ideally located, just 1.5 miles from Hitchin town centre and station, offering peaceful countryside surroundings and easy access into this market town.
Local amenities include three public houses, a convenience store, a sports and recreation club, church, village hall and a reputable primary school. There is an excellent choice of secondary schools within a 5-mile radius. There is a regular bus service to Hitchin and Bedford and it is just a short drive (or bike ride) to Hitchin station.
Hitchin has become a popular and desirable town, mentioned in the Sunday Times Top 50 places to live. The town is a charming, historic market town, which provides extensive shopping and recreational facilities, together with excellent secondary schooling. The mainline station offers a fast, frequent service to London, Kings Cross and international St Pancras in just 27 minutes journey time. There is easy access to junction 8 of the A1M or across country to the M1.
The town boasts picturesque medieval and Georgian buildings and, over recent years, has developed its own exciting and vibrant modern cafe culture, offering an excellent choice of specialist shops and boutiques, a weekly outdoor market and a fantastic range of both chain and independent restaurants, wine bars and cafes. St Mary's Church and the River run through the pretty centre with its main square and cobbled streets.
Luton is also within easy reach of the village and has the benefit of the University and an indoor shopping centre. The M1 (junction 12) is 12 miles distance and Luton Airport is similarly only 11.5 miles.
The Jarvis name has been synonymous with the building of quality new homes since 1905. The company has remained a family run concern, and today the widely recognised description 'Jarvis Built' stands as a testament to the company's reputation for excellence in craftsmanship and attention to detail.
With each development, Jarvis Homes seek to enhance the built environment by constructing attractively designed homes which complement their surroundings, maintaining the highest levels of workmanship and combining the benefits of the latest technologies with traditional property designs and high quality building materials.
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