Construction work is coming to an end at a new homes development in Cranleigh where just two homes remain for sale.
Bellway has seen an increase in interest at Little Meadow following the lockdown earlier this year as buyers looking for a village lifestyle take advantage of the stamp duty holiday announced by the Chancellor – many saving the maximum £15,000 on the cost of moving.
The last homes for sale include the four-bedroom Clover, and prices start from £765,000. Until the end of March next year, homebuyers will benefit from not paying any stamp duty on the first £500,000 of their house purchase, saving up to £15,000.
Overall, Bellway is building 75 homes at Little Meadow, off Alfold Road, and construction work is set to be completed by the end of the year.
Daniel Williamson, Sales Director of Bellway South London, said: “As we come to the end of our time in Cranleigh, we’ve seen a large swell of demand for homes at Little Meadow.
“The buyers of the final two homes for sale will be able to take advantage of the full £15,000 stamp duty saving. Following the lockdown earlier this year, we’ve seen people re-evaluating what is important to them in a home – and Cranleigh offers a village lifestyle where residents can also easily commute to Guildford, Crawley or Horsham.
“The four-bedroom homes available at the development offer flexible living spaces with open-plan kitchen, dining and family areas plus allocated study rooms and large double bedrooms.
“Viewings of the final few homes can be booked as a one-to-one appointment with our sales advisor. With 90 per cent of the homes at Little Meadow now sold, we’re not expecting them to be available for long.”
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