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Daedalus Village in Lee on The Solent by Wates Residential

Lee on The Solent, Hampshire, PO13 9YA

2 & 3 bedroom properties
From £299,995

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2 & 3 bedroom homes all built to a high specification throughout. Daedalus Village in Lee-on-the-Solent offers good communication links, close to the A27 and A3 offering access to Portsmouth, Southampton and London. The development is designed around open spaces, treelined avenues and children’s play areas to promote and foster a sense of community and belonging all within a short walk from the town centre and beachfront.

The homes are designed to deliver family orientated living, with accommodation over two floors, separate living rooms and kitchen/breakfast areas to many of the homes. Whilst the external style might be traditional, they all come with a modern fully fitted kitchen with a range of appliances and fitted bathrooms, with most also offering an en-suite to the master bedroom.

HELP TO BUY* AVAILABLE – Buy with just a 5% deposit, 75% mortgage and 20% interest free Government loan.

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