Brigg Road North Kelsey is a highly anticipated development of 8 unique Homes. Located on the edge of the popular village of North Kelsey, and surrounded by open countryside, this idyllic Lincolnshire development offers a range of bespoke properties, built to an incredibly high standard by the well renowned local developer, Marshgate Properties.
Prime Village Edge Location
Short Walk from Primary School & Village Shop
Stunning Traditional Design Homes
Built from Locally Sourced Reclaimed Brick
Contemporary, High Specification Interiors
Integrated Neff Appliances to all Kitchen
Underfloor Heating to Ground Floor
Cutting Edge Air Source Heat Pump Technology
Fully Tiled Bathrooms and En-suite
Bi-folding Doors to Spacious Rear Garden
Brigg Road, North Kelsey
The development offers a range of three- and four-bedroom homes to suit all requirements. Six spacious semi-detached, three-bedroom homes front onto Brigg road, and benefit from the privacy of a mature treeline which the developer has opted to keep in situ, in order to enhance the developments already charming curb appeal. All three-bedroom homes have private parking and a spacious rear garden and would make an ideal starter home for a professional couple or a young family. For the larger family, the developer has created two stunning 4-bedroom detached homes benefiting from over 2,000sqft of internal living space and offering well proportioned rooms, with a 28ft Kitchen Diner, a 23ft Lounge and an 18ft x 15ft master bedroom. Constructed from locally sourced reclaimed brick, this development will seamlessly blend into the traditional style of the village, whilst the internal specification will offer that sought-after contemporary feel of open plan living, coupled with modern interior.
Stamp Duty Holiday
All properties on this development are subject to the newly introduced Stamp Duty Holiday. All purchases up to £500,000 will have no Stamp Duty Land Tax to pay, up until 31st March 2021. As long as you are not purchasing for the purposes of a second home or investment property, the total stamp duty saving would equate to £1,700, when purchasing at the asking price of £210,000.
HELP TO BUY IS CHANGING
From 31st March, the current Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme is being replaced by a First Time Buyer the only scheme. This means you will no longer be able to purchase using the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme if you are not a first-time-buyer. If you’re not a first time then you MUST make a reservation on a new build home BEFORE 15th DECEMBER 2020 in order to qualify for the current scheme.