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Wallerthwaite in Harrogate by Home Group


2 and 3 bedroom properties
£47,500 - £195,000

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Located in the picturesque village of Markington, Wallerthwaite is a small development of 25 new homes, with three available through shared ownership.

Our two and three bedroom homes are perfect for first time buyers looking to enjoy a country lifestyle but with easy access for commuting to nearby towns and cities such as Ripon and Harrogate.

The full market value of these homes is from £190,000 but, with shared ownership, you could purchase an initial 25% share for just £47,500 and pay a monthly rent on the remaining share. This means your total monthly payments could be as low as £438. If you’re buying with a mortgage you would only need a deposit of 10% of the amount you borrow, meaning your deposit could be as low as £4,750*

Please note: Our homes at Wallerthwaite are subject to a Rural Restriction**

*This is based on the purchase of an initial 25% share (£47,500) of a 2 bedroom house valued at £190,000, with a 10% mortgage deposit (£4,750).

**These homes are subject to a Rural Restriction to ensure the availability of affordable housing in the local area. The maximum share you may own is therefore capped at 80%. Please ask our Sales Team for full details.

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