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2 bedroom apartment

Green Park Village, Berkshire

From £118,750 with shared ownership

Living at Huntley Place

The modern apartments at Huntley Place have been designed for people who may be looking to downsize from a larger home, or for those who are simply planning for the future. The apartments are available exclusively to the over 55s.

This two bedroom apartment is finished to a exceptional standard ready for home owners to add their own unique touches.

Our apartments are completed with flooring throughout as well as other benefits including fully integrated appliances within the kitchen including a hob and oven, fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. 

As well as your own self-contained apartment, home owners at Huntley Place can also make use of the communal facilities such as its very own restaurant, games room and lounge as well as the beautiful landscaped environment that surrounds the building. 

Prices start from £237,500 but, with shared ownership, you could purchase a 50% share of your new home for as little as £118,750 and pay a rent on the remaining share. If you're buying with a mortgage you only need a 5% deposit for the amount you borrow, meaning your deposit could be as low as £5,937.50.

  Reasons to buy

  • Brand new homes ready to move in to
  • High quality specification
  • Low maintenance, hassle free
  • Variety of onsite amenities
  • Guest room for family members to stay
  • 24 hours Extra care service (if required)
  • Sense of community

Available homes

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2 bedroom apartment

Green Park Village, Berkshire

From £254,625

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About shared ownership

Shared ownership is a government-backed scheme that makes it easier for you to buy an affordable stake in a property. 
Shared ownership gives you the opportunity to get your foot on the property ladder at a price you can afford. 

Requirements for shared ownership

You qualify for shared ownership if you:

  • Have a household income of under £80,000
  • Don’t currently own your home and can’t afford to on the open market
  • Can afford the minimum deposit
  • Pass an affordability check to make sure you can get a mortgage