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Caister homes set to go on sale

Added on: 17th October, 2017 by Caroline_9383

Caister homes set to go on sale

Last Updated:
Tue, 17 October 2017

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A selection of new homes is set to go on sale in Caister-on-Sea later this week.

Beauchamp Grange will deliver a range of houses and bungalows at Ormesby Road in the sought-after coastal village.

Michelle Baker, head of sales for Persimmon Homes Anglia, said: “We will be launching Beauchamp Grange on Saturday 21st October, with the first selection of properties released for sale.

“This is a highly anticipated development with houses and bungalows to suit a wide range of buyers, from first timers and young professionals, to growing families or mature downsizers. We are confident the homes will prove popular with local buyers and investors who want to own a property in this lovely location.”

All Persimmon homes come with a ten-year new homes warranty and are built to be more energy efficient than older properties. Depending on the build stage, customers can choose from a selection of kitchen units and worktops, bathroom upgrades and fitted wardrobes, to ensure their new home is perfectly tailored to their needs.

The Beauchamp Grange sales office will be open from 10am to 4pm, Thursdays to Mondays, from Saturday 21st October.

Schemes to help people move into their new home are available, including the Government-backed Help to Buy. Under the successful initiative, it is possible to buy a new Persimmon Homes property with a deposit of just five per cent.

For more information about Beauchamp Grange call 01493 800 896 or visit www.persimmonhomes.com

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