A new selection of homes has been released for sale at Vistry Group’s Mindenhurst development in the village of Deepcut. Vistry is building 127 properties under its Bovis Homes brand at the site of the former Princess Royal Barracks, off Newfoundland Road.
The development will include one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes with a mix of apartments alongside terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. Work started in 2020 with 43 of the homes already built and occupied.
A range of three and four-bedroom houses are now available to buy, along with a selection of two-bedroom apartments that can be purchased on a part-rent, part-ownership basis through the Home Reach scheme.
Marketing manager for Vistry Thames Valley, Alix Laflin, said: “There has been a lot of interest in Mindenhurst since the development was launched in early 2021.
“With so many fantastic facilities and amenities close by and in such a great location in Surrey, we’re expecting these latest homes to sell quickly too.
“The new Bovis Homes properties form part of a wider development, which is planned to include a primary school, pub, shops, sports and play areas, woodland walks and cycle paths.
“People who’ve already bought here appreciate that there’s a park, sports facilities, a community centre, a café and takeaways on the doorstep, while in nearby Frimley there are schools, supermarkets and a wide range of shops. Commuters are attracted here by the fact that nearby Brookwood railway station has direct services into London Waterloo.
“With the rising cost of energy and the cost of living generally, new-build properties are proving particularly popular at the moment with people who are looking for an energy-efficient home to keep their bills to a minimum.”
There’s currently a choice of two-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom houses available to reserve at Mindenhurst.
Three and four-bedroom houses are priced from £440,000 and £610,000 respectively, while two-bedroom apartments are available on a 50 per cent shared ownership basis with the Home Reach scheme from £142,500.
To be eligible for Home Reach, buyers must have a household income of not more than £80,000 and require a deposit of at least five per cent of the share value they are buying, as well as meeting affordability criteria.
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