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Eighty per cent of homes now sold at Maisemore development

There are just four remaining detached properties at Newland Homes' quiet, cul-de-sac location at Rectory Gardens, with homes on the development looking out over open space and with views towards the distant city and cathedral.

The house designs and materials have been influenced by the local architecture, but the traditional façade belies the impressive technology integrated into the homes, which are low carbon, energy efficient homes, utilising the latest thinking in air source heat pumps to avoid reliance on fossil fuels.

The properties also benefit from a superfast fibre broadband connection, which is pre-requisite for anyone wishing to work from home.

The Woodchester house style at Rectory Gardens, Maisemore.

There are two remaining house styles to choose from at Rectory Gardens - the Woodchester and the Prestbury - both of which are detached four-bedroomed homes.

The Government's Help to Buy scheme is available on all new build properties with a value of up to £600,000. Which means that those wanting to move up the property ladder to a four-bedroom detached home could achieve this for a lot less than they anticipated. 

Help to Buy lends buyers up to 20% of the cost of their new home through an equity loan from the Government, which is interest free for the first five years. Help to Buy is available to all buyers who can provide a 5% deposit and who can obtain a capital repayment mortgage for the purchase of their main, and only, property.

Interior of the Woodchester

Gail Remnant, associate sales director at Newland Homes, said: "With thoughts turning to the festive season, now is the time to start making plans if you want to buy your biggest present yet; a new home for Christmas. All of our remaining homes come with high quality features as standard and are decorated throughout in a contemporary white finish, ready for purchasers to move in and make their own.

"Making the move up to a larger home is often easier than people think as we have both Help to Buy and our Movemaker schemes available on our homes at Rectory Gardens, so with just a few plots remaining, if people are thinking of moving then now is the time to come and see what's on offer."

Take a virtual tour of the 'Prestbury' four bedroom house above.

Four-bedroom detached homes are currently available at Rectory Gardens, with prices starting from £465,000.

For further information please visit www.newlandhomes.co.uk/rectorygardens or call the sales team on 01452 405650.

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