The phrase ‘fear of missing out’ (FoMO) was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2013 and today is associated with many aspects of a busy social scene and everyday lifestyle trends.
And now, if house hunters in Markfield don’t get their skates on, they really could be missing out, because just a handful of homes still remain for sale at Jelson’s deservedly popular Farmlands development, off London Road.
Moving into a brand-new property for the spring season is still very much within reach at Farmlands and last-minute purchasers are encouraged to take a look. There is still a fine selection of properties to choose from, but buyers will have to be quick, as, at the time of writing, only four properties remain available and Jelson is anticipating that these will be snapped up within the next few weeks.
Properties currently available include the low-maintenance three-bedroom semi-detached Dawlish house type at just £199,950 – a fabulous choice for first-time buyers or those looking for a cost-effective move up the home-owning ladder.
The ever-popular three-bedroom detached Tawny home at £239,950 offers a spacious layout with a contemporary kitchen, three good-sized bedrooms and a lounge that leads out into the rear garden – perfect for summer evenings.
The four-bedroom detached Lytham home with integrated garage at £289,950 is a great-value property that incorporates a large lounge, separate dining room and beautiful kitchen with utility room on the ground floor. Upstairs benefits from four bedrooms, the master of which has its own en-suite bathroom. There is also the family bathroom on this floor.
Finally, the breathtaking six-bedroom show home, the Condor at £389,950, is a once-in-a-lifetime home that has everything a family could wish for and more. Built over three floors, this unique property offer buyers all the benefits of a show home including expertly-styled décor, a beautifully-landscaped rear garden with patio, light fittings, curtains, window blinds and luxurious carpets throughout.
Inside, the ground floor offers plenty of room in which to spread out, with a large lounge, spacious dining room, generous kitchen and handy cloakroom. On the first floor you’ll find four generous bedrooms, including the master with en suite, plus the family bathroom, leaving the final floor with another two good-sized bedrooms and a shower room – ideal for families wanting their own space!
Jackie Woodward, sales manager for Jelson Homes, comments: “Our final four homes, including our spectacular show home, in Markfield offer a final purchasing opportunity that’s not to be missed.
“With such a varied selection of homes still remaining we would encourage all those wanting to move this spring to pay a visit to Farmlands where they will see the fantastic community that has taken shape here. We’re confident that once buyers see our homes, they won’t look back.”
Each Jelson property is built to traditional ‘Jelson Difference’ standards, with features such as solid internal walls, energy efficient, double-glazed windows and patio doors. Kitchens and staircases are made in Jelson’s very own workshop by the developer’s skilled craftsmen, and finally, every home comes with skimmed and emulsioned plasterboard ceilings for a superior finish, and carpets and floor coverings are fitted as standard.
Farmlands is eligible for the government’s Help to Buy scheme for first- and next-time buyers, which means a home can be purchased with just a five-per-cent deposit.*
The sales centre at Farmlands is open Friday-Monday, from 11am to 5pm off London Road Loughborough Road, Markfield, LE67 9UR. For more details call 01530 553 911
* Help to Buy is available on all homes, with a purchase price up to £600,000, subject to status and affordability criteria, terms and conditions apply. The Help to Buy scheme is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT
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Release date: 2 March 2019