Hurry only 3 homes now remaining at Greendale Gardens, Hucknall
The perfect place to call home
1st March 2019
With property prices in the East Midlands steadily rising and transport links improving, home buyers are looking for ‘more house for their money’ but still within easy reach of Nottingham city centre.
Comprising of just 23, three, three and four bedroom new homes, developer Oakdale Homes said their Greendale Gardens development on Watnall Road, Hucknall has been popular with homebuyers since its launch.
Now with only three homes remaining, Oakdale are inviting potential homebuyers to visit the site to view these last three plots with many extras included. Ready to move into, they include all kitchen appliances, fitted carpets and turfed front and rear gardens, all with garage and private driveway. Added to which, Oakdale will pay buyer’s solicitor’s fees up to £500.
Senior sales adviser, Lyn Pengilley said: “The last three homes on offer will suit everyone from the first time buyer to families and those looking to downsize, I urge potential purchasers to come and view these properties. The availability of ‘Help to Buy’ offers a little extra flexibility for buyers looking to purchase one of these fantastic new homes with only a five percent deposit.”
Hucknall is a popular market town to the north of Nottingham famous for its industrial links to the Nottinghamshire coal mining heritage. It is the birthplace of composer Eric Coates and in the Church of St. Mary Magdalene is the burial place of Lord Byron. His daughter, Ada Lovelace, was buried next to him in 1852.
Easily accessible from the city of Nottingham by tram and the rest of the county by train, Hucknall is fairly easy to get around with a central high street offering shops, pubs, restaurants and more. A traditional open market takes place on Fridays 8.00am to 4.00pm.
For further information on the development and opening times please contact Lyn on: 07850 652877; or call head office Monday to Friday on 01777 713 131.