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The Hornbeam

Asking Price Of £310,000 | 3 Bedroom | Detached Bungalow

Call 01603 620551 or email city@arnoldskeys.com for more details on this property
Sitting proudly in this exclusive development The Hornbeam is a spacious detached three bedroom NEW BUILD bungalow with a contemporary design in layout and specification whilst truly embracing the traditional style set in a popular village location.

Phase two of this stunning development is now available. This delightful dwelling is designed to give you all the benefits of modern living with exceptional build quality and finish, whilst still embracing village life and the a respect for the agricultural roots of the location. The Hornbeam sits proudly within the development and is accessed by a generous driveway parking area that leads to a single garage. Accommodation comprises entrance hallway, lounge with French doors opening out to the garden, fully fitted "Mulberry Kitchen" diner, three double bedrooms with en-suite to the main and family bathroom.

Upon exploring the garden, you meet with a substantial paved patio area, with the remaining garden being laid with grass seed.

AGENTS NOTES: A generous kitchen budget has been allowed (based upon property type) to design your own Bespoke kitchen in 'Mulberry Kitchens' local showroom. Choice of layouts may depend upon stage of construction.

Floor finishes can be provided throughout at an additional cost.

Images are used from previous properties and are for illustrative purposes only.

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Based on not being a first time buyer, and a purchase price of £250,000, the stamp duty payable would be:

£2,500


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