Fletchers Rise in Wombourne by Bovis Homes
Wombourne, Staffordshire, WV5 0PS
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2, 3 & 5 bedroom properties
£229,995 - £599,995
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Our new range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes embrace contemporary design and styling, whilst retaining classic architecture and traditional build quality.
Our new homes include desirable features such as open-plan living areas, premium fitted kitchens, bi-folding doors and spacious master bedrooms with en-suites.
Fletcher's Rise also offers BT Ultrafast Fibre across the whole development, making sure you're connected even in the countryside.
Fletchers Rise offers plenty of space with serene surroundings and large, open meadows. Keeping the eco-system in mind we have provided a landscape that promotes the local wildlife; including the addition of hedgehog highways on some homes.
Being a five minute walk into the village and situated in a quiet, rural location means we provide a great environment for couples and families alike.
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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