Yardley Manor Olney Plot 54

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Yardley Manor is a development of brand-new homes available with Shared Ownership. Situated in the beautiful market town of Olney, Buckinghamshire we are sure you’ll love this place as home, with historic buildings, shops, entertainment, events, clubs, societies.

Homemade Homes by Accent is revolutionising the way you step onto the property ladder with the empowering option of Shared Ownership. Dive into a world where securing your dream home is not just a possibility, but a thrilling reality. By purchasing a share of your chosen property and renting the rest, you get the best of both worlds. Using the Shared Ownership scheme could slash your mortgage and deposit, making your dream home more attainable than ever.

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A few key features

  • Shared Ownership

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  • 2 bedroom end terrace house

  • Predicted Energy Rating "TBC"

  • Council Tax Band "Awaiting Information"

  • Tenure: Leasehold

  • Lease Term: 125 years remaining

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