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62Sqm For £190K - Glastonbury

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Attempting to flog 62sqm 2 up 2 down with attic conversion for £190k+

http://links.e.rightmove.co.uk/servlet/MailView?ms=NDI2MzIwMzkS1&r=NjcwOTE4MDkxNjAS1&j=MjAzNzAwNzg4S0&mt=1&rt=0

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You could own your dream home with a £9,500 deposit*

Boasting open space, grassed areas and plenty of wildlife, Willow Place is a stunning development of 3 bedroom homes.

The 3 bedroom Harvington has a modern fitted kitchen and living room, which benefits from French doors to the garden, a master bedroom with an en suite shower room, a second double bedroom, family bathroom and a further room which could be used as either a bedroom or a study. This attractive home offers spacious accommodation to suit modern family living.

The brand new Government-backed Help to Buy scheme means you could move into a new Taylor Wimpey home with just a 5% deposit. The Government will loan you up to 20% of the value of the property and you’ll need to secure a 75% mortgage.

Here is how Help to Buy works:

The Harvington- 3 bedroom home £190,000

You - 5% Deposit £9,500

Help to Buy - 20% Loan £38,000

Lender - 75% Mortgage £142,500

Taylor Wimpey - 100% Dream home

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Willow Place @ Dunstan Park

Wells Road, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 9AW

3 bedroom homes from £190,000

Get in touch today

Call 01458 550036

Sales Centre open: Thursday to Monday 11am–5pm

* Taylor Wimpey terms and conditions apply. Eligible applicants will be offered an equity loan of up to a maximum of 20% of the purchase price (based on the open market value). Applicants are required to fund at least 80% of the purchase price by means of a conventional mortgage, savings and any deposit where required. For the first five years there is no fee charged on the equity loan component. At the start of year six a fee of 1.75% is payable on the equity loan, which rises annually by RPI inflation plus 1%. The equity loan is provided by the HCA and is held as a second charge. Terms and conditions apply and full details will be provided on request. This offer is subject to status and is only available on selected developments and properties in England only. It is not offered with any other promotion. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE. Images depict typical Taylor Wimpey properties. Images for illustration purposes only. Internal images show upgrades between £8,000 and £10,000 including flooring, lights and worktops. Speak to a Sales Executive for more information. Prices correct at time of going to press. September 2013.

Terms and conditions apply, images are for illustrative purposes only, prices are correct at time of dispatch.

Taylor Wimpey plc Registered No. 296805 (Group parent company) and Taylor Wimpey UK Limited Registered No. 1392762 (UK Housing company) are each registered in England and Wales with the registered office at Gate House, Turnpike Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 3NR.

http://www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/newhomes/bristol/willowplace-dunstanpark/harvington/floorplan/

Living room/dining area 4.79 x 4.13 15'9'' x 13'7''

Kitchen 3.34 x 1.97 11'0'' x 6'6''

Master bedroom 3.54 x 3.06 11'8'' x 10'1''

Bedroom 2 4.13 x 3.28 13'7'' x 10'10''

Bedroom 3 4.13 x 2.77 13'7'' x 9'1

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Nearest comparable I can find here is this for £58,500. Surely £190,000 is just a little steep?

http://www.daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=708728

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Property Description:

Danesfort Court is a very attractive development with mixed house types, located within walking distance from town centre and local amenities and also within easy access to the New Loughrea By-Pass. Danesfort Court offers the new home-owner proximity to the local town and all of its amenities. Danesfort Court gives you an excellent opportunity to acquire a lovely family home at affordable prices.

This spacious 3 bedroom residence is very reasonably price but requires some attention on the interior of the property. On completing such works you will have an ideal family home in a good location close to schools, shops and sports facilities.

Loughrea is a thriving Market town just 20 minutes from Galway City Centre, located within the boundary of a moat built in Medieval times and on the shore of Loughrea Lake of which we are proud custodians of its Blue Flag status.

Loughrea is a progressive town equipped with Next Generation Broadband and Natural Gas availability, it is a town that has a large community and lots going on so an ideal location will plenty to do.

Galway city is accessible on the new M6 Galway to Dublin motorway in approx 20 mins and Ballinasloe is approx 10 mins also by motorway. Ideal commuter town.

Specific Features & Dimensions

GROUND FLOOR

HALLWAY

5.8m x 2.1m

- Tiled Floor

LIVING ROOM

3.7m x 6.2m

- Wooden Floor

- Double door to kitchen

KITCHEN/DININGROOM

5.5m x 5.5m

- Fitted kitchen

- Tiled Floor in kitchen

- Timber floor in dining area

- Door to garden

UTILITY ROOM

2.3m x 3.3m

- Tiled floor

- Door to garden

- Area plumbed

GUEST W.C.

1.6mx 2m

- Tiled floor

- Fully plumbed

FIRST FLOOR

MASTER BEDROOM

4.9m x 3.2m

- Fitted wardrobes

- Wooden Floor

EN SUITE BATHROOM

1.1m x 2.6m

- Area plumbed

BEDROOM 2

3.5m x 4.8m

- Fitted Wardrobes

- Wooden Floor

BEDROOM 3

3.1m x 2.2m

- Fitted wardrobes

- Wooden Floor

FAMILY BATH ROOM

3.5m x 1.7m

- Bath

- WC

- Partially Tiled

LANDING

3.8m x 2.2m

- Carpet

FEATURES

SERVICES

All town services

HEATING SYSTEM

Oil fired central heating

EXTERNAL FEATURES

Side entrance

Tarmac Driveway

LOCAL SCHOOLS

National & Secondary available locally

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What a mess! £60k of timber frame, insulation and fake bricks.

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The worst thing about all of this apart from the prprro FTB being suckered into a lifetime of debt is that if you google earth the area that are thousands of acres of farmland!

The value of the land sound be close to £10k, not £100k.

If greenfield development was allowed without all the NIMBY planing constraints you could easily build and sell properties like this for £100k and make a good profit.

It is sickening!

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Actually the Irish property is no comparison because it's twice the size of the Glastonbury one. Another interesting fact is that it is also closer to a major center of employment.

You have to wonder what is keeping up the marginal demand at these prices?

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I'll raise you 122m2 of junk for £319K, with a little HTB

The 'Richmond' in Devon

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I'll raise you 122m2 of junk for £319K, with a little HTB

The 'Richmond' in Devon

I love the way they cram 4 bedrooms into what would otherwise be a spacious 3 bedroom home.

I suppose they have to justify the price tag with a number of rooms. Quite credulous really, as if they would sell any more 4 bedroom cramped houses over 3 bedroom spacious with en-suite houses.

It's amazing what banning greenfield development can do to land values.

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Once upon a time Ireland had a strict planning system, you can see the old 3/4 story buildings crammed into old villages and towns. Then there was a trickle of new builds, creating 'wealth' in the construction industry. Brown envelopes lead to a flood of new developments like the ones above and at prices like those.

Edited by Gone to Ireland.

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