Pewsey properties provide chance to enjoy life down by the Riverside

Pewsey properties provide chance to enjoy life down by the Riverside

House hunters looking for a new home in Wiltshire and want to live next to the River Avon are being advised to visit Redcliffe Homes’ popular Whatley Drive development in Pewsey.


It follows the release of homes adjacent to the ‘Riverside Walk’ which have been built alongside a picturesque stretch of the River Avon.


Forming a natural border along the western edge of the Whatley Drive development, the tree-lined Riverside Walk leads off Broomcroft Road to the north, and includes a number of beautifully designed three and four-bedroom homes.


The unique setting will provide those who are lucky enough to secure one of these distinctive homes the chance to enjoy the light and leafy enclave right outside their front door which has been described as the development’s own ‘secret garden’.


Redcliffe Homes’ Marketing and Sales Manager Lorraine Kendrick said: “The homes alongside Riverside Walk are simple stunning and offer a new dimension on village life here in Pewsey.


“Many of those who have already visited the development have commented on the distinctive curved facades which have been designed to make the most of their positions and offer a gently meandering terrace overlooking the river.


“Many people aspire to live next to the water and these properties provide just that. We like to think outside of the box and offer owners distinctive and eye-catching designs.”


Set within a secluded and private cul-de-sac off Broomcroft Road, Whatley Drive is perfect for those looking for peaceful location. Comprising just 43 properties the safe and secure environment will also appeal to families looking for a place where their children will be able to play and have access to some excellent schools.


Appealing to a range of house hunters from first time buyers, those looking for more room and those wishing to retire, Whatley Drive is in a superb location for those who want to live in the countryside but might also have to commute.


A short walk from the railway station with direct routes to Taunton and Reading, London is just one hour away.


Help to Buy Hat Trick


An additional attraction to Whatley Drive is the availability of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme which will lend up to 20 per cent of the value of the property through an equity loan.


The purchaser will have to place a five percent deposit and fund the remaining cost of the property with a mortgage giving them 100% ownership of their home.


For example when purchased under Help to Buy, the four-bedroom Kennet on Riverside Walk could cost £252,000 (a 20 per cent reduction off the £315,000 list price through the equity loan) with purchasers needing a deposit of £15,750.


With three properties already sold via the Help to Buy in just five weeks, the scheme shows that it really is helping buyers secure their dream home.


Lorraine added: “Whatley Drive is proving very popular with buyers due to the creative layout and imaginative designs of the homes. It’s great news that the Help to Buy initiative is helping those looking to buy a Redcliffe home.”


Prices currently range from £159,950 to £475,000.


For more information visit www.redcliffehomes.co.uk or call our sales team on 01672 564680 or just come and have a look at Whatley Drive, Broomcroft Road, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 5EX.