Egg-Citing News for Home Movers
Local house-builder, Beech Developments will pay the stamp duty and solicitor’s fees* for anyone who reserves their new home this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend (April 14th – 17th 2017).
This cracking-deal will benefit home-movers helping them spring on or up the property ladder.
Anyone looking to buy an exceptional new home with breath-taking sea views should consider Gwel – Y- Mor - an exquisite new development in Dwygyfylchi.
The small hamlet of Dwygyfylchi nestles at the foot of the picturesque Synchnat Pass on the fringes of Snowdonia National Park within a stone’s throw from the historical town of Conwy. With accessible transport links; minutes from the A55, main line train stations and cycle paths - makes it an ideal location.
The beautiful two, three and four bedroom energy-efficient new homes all qualify under the Help to Buy-Wales Scheme which offer views over Angelsey and the Great Orme. Help to Buy-Wales prices start from £99,160 and go up to £212,000.
Matthew Gilmartin, managing director, Beech Developments says: “We understand how busy family-life can be. The first bank holiday of the year is usually the first opportunity that many people have quality time to sit down and hatch-up plans. We hope our extended opening hours along with this attractive home-movers package and Help to Buy-Wales prices assist people in moving on or up the property ladder.”
So, if your Easter wish is a home with a view call the sales office on 01492 583 577 or email email@example.com to make an appointment.
The sales office (8 Lon Gwaenfynydd, Llandudno Junction, LL31 9FG) is open at the following times over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend:
· Good Friday, April 14th from 10am until 2pm
· Saturday, April 15th from 10am until 4pm
· Easter Monday, April 17th from 10am until 2pm