29 November 2016

AS PROPERTY prices in the area continue to pick up pace, Lovell has opened three brand new show homes at its East Avenue development in Openshaw, Manchester.

Openshaw house prices have risen 6% year on year according to Land Registry figures and the pace shows no sign of slowing, according to housebuilder Lovell, which released six homes on the day of the show homes launch at the weekend, and all six were immediately snapped up! 

The show homes – the two-bedroom Singleton, three-bedroom Aylesbury and four-bedroom Beresford - have been expertly styled and furnished by interior designers to boost the development’s popularity even further.

Clare Noakes, regional sales manager for Lovell in the North West, said: “Our brand new show homes perfectly showcase the fabulous build quality and specification on offer at East Avenue and we are delighted with the positive reactions from customers and potential customers during the opening weekend.

“To take reservations on all six homes released is a great indicator of the demand for new homes in this area. Openshaw is an area of Manchester that’s on the up. Thanks to its close proximity to the city centre and the fact it’s still one of the most affordable parts of East Manchester, it’s become a prime hot spot for families looking to make a good investment and young professionals.

“We have strong interest from home buyers who are awaiting future releases and I would encourage home buyers to register their interest now to be among the first to hear of our next release of homes.”

Openshaw is thriving following multi-million pound investments in housing and amenities. Just 250 yards from East Avenue, the new £40 million District Centre includes a Morrisons supermarket, high street shops, offices and a health and fitness centre.

East Avenue features a collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes each with a garden and off-road parking, all just two miles from Manchester city centre.

Help to Buy: Equity Loans are available for customers with just a 5% deposit. The Government then provides an equity loan for 20% of the purchase price, which is interest free for five years, enabling the purchaser to secure a 75% mortgage and, potentially, a more preferable interest rate.

Homebuyers can visit the sales office on Ashton Old Road to view the show homes, which are open daily from 10am – 5.30pm.

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