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Church View in Dacre Banks by Persona Homes

Dacre Banks, North Yorkshire, HG3 4DY

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2 & 3 bedroom houses
£61,250 - £225,000

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Located just ten miles from the historic spa town of Harrogate, Church View is a collection of two and three bedroom homes, with five available through shared ownership.

Perfect for lovers of the great outdoors, our homes at Church View are within the beautiful village of Dacre Banks in the Yorkshire Dales and the Nidderdale ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, surrounded by open countryside.

These homes will appeal to a range of buyers, offering a traditional design with all the modern comforts of a new build, in a desirable, rural location.

The full market value of these homes is from £245,000 but, with shared ownership, you could purchase an initial 25% share for just £61,250 and pay a monthly rent on the remaining share. This means your total monthly payments could be as low as £582. If you’re buying with a mortgage you would only need a deposit of 15% of the amount you borrow, meaning your deposit could be £9188*

Please note: Our homes at Church View require a Local Connection and are subject to a Rural Restriction**

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