Mill View sits on the edge of the quaint market town of Ramsey. Nestled close to wide open countryside, it has excellent transport links to nearby towns, cities and rural areas, including Huntingdon, Peterborough, Cambridge and The Fens. This three bedroom detached house – The Chestnut – has a great layout and clean-lined, neutral finishes mean you can start making your home your own, as soon as you begin unpacking. And with communal gardens, there’s plenty of space to kick a ball around or kick back with a good book.
Everyone should have the opportunity to find a home they love, and Shared Ownership could be the answer for you. It’s a great way to get on
the property ladder and offers a real alternative to renting. Homes at Mill View are available to buy using the government’s Shared Ownership scheme. It’s another way to buy your home where you buy a percentage and pay rent on the rest. Homemade Homes own part of it – but you’re living there, you decorate it, and you decide when to sell. Buying a percentage means you’ll need a smaller deposit and a smaller mortgage. You can start by buying a share of between 25% to 75%.
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