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2 bedroom apartments

Bishop Stortford, Hertfordshire


Living at Stortford Fields  

Our properties at Stortford Fields have now all sold, but you can check out our other Herfordshire developments here.

Our two bedroom apartments  offer the very best in home comforts and are designed for modern living. Every level of care and attention has been taken to ensure you are moving into a home that meets your needs and one you will be proud of. Each apartment is contemporary in design, with flexible open plan living areas and are ready for you to make your own.

Prices start from £280,000  but, with shared ownership, you could be purchasing from a 25% share for as little £70,000. If you're buying with a mortgage you'll only need a 5% deposit on the share you purchase, which means your mortgage deposit could be as little as £3,500. The share you purchase is dependent on your affordability and personal circumstances.

Reasons to buy

  • Quality high specification homes 
  • All apartments include a balcony 
  • Variety of apartment layouts to choose from 
  • Landscaped communal gardens and play areas 
  • 40 miles to the centre of London  
  • 8 miles to Stansted Airport 
  • Available through shared ownership

About shared ownership

Shared ownership is a government-backed scheme that makes it easier for you to buy an affordable stake in a property.

The share you buy is dependent on your financial and personal circumstances. It can be from a minimum of 25% to a maximum of 75% share of the full market value of the property. You may be able to buy further shares at a later stage and in most instances you will be able to buy up to 100% of the shares in your home and own it outright. However, in some cases there may be restrictions on when you can buy a further share or on the maximum total share you can own.

Further information can be found in our shared ownership Buyer’s Guide

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