Buyers can now buy a luxury apartment by the center of Harrogate which may not have been possible without the government backed scheme previously.
A prominent Harrogate development has announced it has launched the government-backed Help to Buy scheme to help enable first time buyers in the town to get a step on the property ladder before challenging changes to the scheme commence in the new year.
Springfield Court, from developer Newby, is situated just off King’s Road. This exclusive development will deliver 61 one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments with private parking in a secure gated development. Unusually for apartments in Harrogate town centre, many include outdoor space in the form of a garden patio or balcony.
The first residents of Springfield Court are already settled into their new homes and building work has also now begun on the second phase of the site. There are a small selection of remaining properties in Phase One, some including outside space, with prices starting at £250,000.
Francesca Kaye at Newby said: “We’re delighted to now be able to offer the Help to Buy scheme on our Springfield Court development, to allow a number of people to get on the property ladder with a luxury home, which may not have been possible without the scheme. It has been well publicised how difficult it is for first time buyers in the current market, so the Help to Buy scheme gives them a much needed helping hand to take a first step on the ladder. Springfield Court has proved to be extremely popular with buyers of all ages – its proximity to Harrogate town centre and the high-quality finish of the apartments appeal to people at a variety of different stages in their lives and with the addition of the parking included and those benefitting from the outside space, it is easy to see why.”
Each apartment at Springfield Court has a highly refined specification, incorporating ultra-modern bespoke kitchens and Vessini bathroom suites. All apartments come with parking, as well as video entry, intercom access and lifts to all floors. The majority of phase one apartments are already completed and therefore ready to move into with the final few expected to be completed before Christmas.