£529,995 - £674,995
5 bedroom properties
North End Road, Steeple Claydon, Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire
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More information about Nightingale Fold...
This attractive new development is in picturesque Steeple Claydon, one of the largest Buckinghamshire villages in the Aylesbury Vale district and once home to nursing icon Florence Nightingale.
This bustling community has its own supermarket, bakery, post office and pubs. There is also a nursery, a primary school, a doctor's surgery and dentist. For further shops and services it's less than six miles to the county town of Buckingham.
At Nightingale Fold you'll find a selection of stunning brand new homes, all carefully designed to meet your needs.
So if you're looking for a new home surrounded by the rolling Buckinghamshire countryside, your search ends here.
How we can help
If you are a first-time buyer considering your first step onto the property ladder, or if you are looking to make your next move in the market, we can help!
- Help to Buy - Equity: The Government-backed scheme where you need just a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage, with a 20% equity loan from the Government. This is available on selected properties up to £600,000 at Bovis Homes developments in England.
- Home Exchange: Bovis Homes could buy your property from you, allowing you to reserve the home of your choice. We could also help by purchasing a property further down the chain. Please note, terms and conditions apply.
- Smooth Move: Bovis Homes could deal with the estate agents on your behalf and cover the costs of selling your existing home.
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