NATIONAL conversion specialist, PJ Livesey, has announced a series of offers on properties at its Parkwood Mills development to help home-buyers counter rising interest rates.
The offers are available on selected properties on the development including some of those in the Grade II listed building, Quarry Bank Mill, Longwood, which has already proved a draw for those looking for a home with a sense of history.
The apartments are individually designed so that each of the one-and two-bedroom properties differs stylistically, leaving the potential buyer with an abundance of choice.
The stonework and the high beams have been left exposed along with original columns.
Special offers include 5% deposit paid, interior design upgrades, £350 paid towards legal fees, stamp duty paid and free carpets.
Sales manager, Colette Gannon, believes these offers will soften the blow dealt by the rise in interest rates: “Many of our clients are first-time buyers who are calculating finances down to the very last penny.
“The changing interest rates have shaken the ground for some of them and they need some sort of financial lift to get them settled in their new homes.
“By saying that they don’t need to worry about carpets or helping them with deposits or legal fees, we are lightening the financial burden somewhat and helping them onto the property ladder.’’
Situated in a valley location, surrounded by fields and reservoirs, Parkwood Mills has attracted a wide range of interested parties from first-time buyers and young professionals.
Prices at Quarry Bank Mill start at £99,950 making it an affordable option for those starting out on the property ladder, despite the higher interest rates.
Ring 01484 655364 or call in at the sales centre from Thursday to Monday, from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.