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Blenheim Gardens, Epping


1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties

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A collection of stylish modern apartments located on the outskirts of the popular Essex village of North Weald.

The light and spacious one, two and three-bedroom apartments offer fabulous contemporary living, with Epping's popular amenities, excellent schools and commuter links all close by.

About Shared Ownership

Shared Ownership is a government backed Part Buy/Part Rent scheme designed to help you take that first step on the property ladder.

It is designed to be a stepping stone to completely owning your own home, allowing you to buy further shares in the property when you can afford to.

At Blenheim Gardens, you can purchase a share in a new home from 50% up to a maximum of 75% of the initial purchase price, subject to eligibility and qualifying conditions. You will be expected to purchase the maximum share you can afford and sustain in the long term via savings and a mortgage, and this will be dependent on your income and savings (for your deposit), and any financial commitments you may already have. There will also be a monthly service charge payable.

Advantages of Shared Ownership
*The perfect first step onto the property ladder.
*You only need a deposit for the share you are buying.
*You can buy more shares as you can afford more.
*More security of tenure.
*Personalise your home - unlike renting, you can choose to decorate your home, your way.

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