Premier regional developer, Mulberry Developments is set to launch a Part Exchange scheme at an open day at Stokes Rise next Saturday (Saturday 16th September) where homebuyers can find out all they need to know about making a hassle-free move to a sought after new Mulberry home in Great Easton, Leicestershire.
The open day at Stokes Rise is especially for prospective purchasers who have a property to sell, so they can discover more about Mulberry’s part exchange incentive, designed to make moving easy.
Once customers have chosen their perfect new home at Stokes Rise, part exchange allows home buyers to sell their current property to Mulberry rather than wait for a buyer. This means there aren’t any estate agent fees to pay and no risk of broken chains. What’s more, people can be assured of a fair price for their existing home as Mulberry will obtain three independent valuations from trusted local agents.
Kerry Jones, Head of Sales at Mulberry Developments said: “For those looking to move up the property ladder, with a desire to buy a brand new stunning home, Mulberry’s part exchange scheme could take away the hassle of having to find a purchaser. Paving the way for that longed for move and help people who need to move quickly and want to avoid being stuck in a housing chain.”
Nestled in the heart of the village, Stokes Rise is a scheme of expansive family sized homes modelled on the lasting character of the area, to provide discerning buyers with the ultimate rural lifestyle.
Among the homes available is the luxury four bedroom Ashridge priced at just £650,000. The Ashridge open plan kitchen offers the perfect space for everyday family life, with the large island offering an environment for relaxed cooking and the triple aspect windows and bi-folding doors providing the room with an abundance of light. As you go past the separate utility room that leads onto the garden and double garage, the cloakroom and the dining room you move into the formal living room with its log burner and a second set of bi-folds leading to the patio and lawned garden. Upstairs, the stunning master bedroom boasts a large en-suite with a walk-in rain shower, while the guest bedroom also benefits from far reaching views and a luxury en-suite. An additional two double bedrooms are also served by an impressive family bathroom.
Great Easton is considered to be one of the most attractive Welland Valley villages in highly accessible and yet unspoilt countryside. The village contains a public house, shop and primary school on its doorstep and sits within the district of Market Harborough. The nearby towns of Market Harborough and Corby provide a fast rail link into London St Pancras plus an array of shopping facilities and excellent schooling alongside the neighbouring towns of Uppingham and Oakham.
Homes at Stokes Rise range in price from £645,000 – £750,000. To attend the part exchange open day visit Stokes Rise marketing suite (located off Broadgate, Great Easton, LE16 8SH) on Saturday 16th September from 10am until 4pm or call 01582 797562 to find out more.