The Sessile - A beautiful new development of just 17 homes in the delightful village of Great Oakley. These fantastic new homes will offer great accommodation across every house type with a specification to match. *CALL NOW FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TO VIEW*
Great Oakley is a typical Essex Village, with a mixture of old, traditional houses and newer builds with local amenities on your doorstep. Great Oakley is also conveniently situated for easy access to Harwich, Manningtree, Thorpe-le-Soken, Clacton-on-Sea and Colchester's historic town centre.
Kitchen/dining/living Room 23' x 16' 4" ( 7.01m x 4.98m )
Bedroom One 12' 5" x 11' 1" ( 3.78m x 3.38m )
Bedroom Two 11' 4" x 9' 4" ( 3.45m x 2.84m )
Bedroom Three 10' 9" x 8' 3" ( 3.28m x 2.51m )
Help To Buy
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Government lends you between 10% and 20% of the cost of your new-build home, so that you'll only need a 5% cash deposit and 75% mortgage to make up the rest.
All types of buyer could benefit from the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Scheme, whether you are an existing homeowner or a first time buyer.
With no repayments on the loan for the first five years of owning your home, this allows you to take advantage of better interest rates and assists your move on to or up the housing ladder. The loan is paid back either at the end of the mortgage term, or when the property is sold.
COULD YOU BE ELIGIBLE?
If you can answer yes to the following points you may eligible:
1. If the purchase price is less than £600,000
2. You have no interest in any other properties abroad or in the UK, or will not have on completion
3. You have a deposit of 5% or more
*All loans are subject to availability, status and require a financial assessment in accordance with the Homes and Communities Agency guidelines.
Help to Buy is designed to provide affordable long term home ownership with reduced income multiples.
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CGI's, images, dimensions, specifications and plans are provided for guidance purposes only, may be of the general area and not specific to this plot and may differ from the finished development.