Stamp duty will be paid for remaining apartments at iconic Nottingham waterside development

Stamp duty fully paid

Prospective buyers looking for homes with panoramic views over Nottingham and the River Trent can reserve apartments this month at The Waterside and have their stamp duty fully paid.

Nestled in the sought-after location of West Bridgford in Nottingham, which was revealed as one of the most sought-after locations for buyers in the UK* – The Waterside Apartments, a 121-home waterside complex developed by Nottingham-based Monk Estates, has 14 apartments left to buy and stamp duty will be fully paid if buyers reserve before the end of June.

The stamp duty holiday extension was introduced by the chancellor in 2020 to give the property market a boost. It ends in June 2021 for properties up the value of £500,000.

If buyers proceed with sales at The Waterside this month, they would not be able to benefit from the normal stamp duty holiday due to the time taken to complete a sale, therefore the developer has announced that if buyers reserve in June then stamp duty will be paid in full for anyone to complete by end of September.

Situated on Pavilion Road, with enviable vistas across West Bridgford, Nottingham city and the river, the development has attracted buyers from across the world with its central location, close proximity to independent shops, bars and restaurants, and in walking distance to the city with its historic spots such as Nottingham Castle and Old Market Square.

14 two-bed apartments are up for grabs, priced from £285,000 to £395,000. Visitors are welcome to view the three-bed show penthouse – complete with a panoramic roof terrace overlooking the River Trent, open plan island kitchen and bathroom with floor to ceiling windows.

Stamp duty fully paid

All homes have been finished to the finest quality using high specification fixtures and fittings, with onsite parking and vibrant communal spaces including a reception concierge.

The £365,000 two-bedroom show apartment is also available to view and all appointments can be booked with selling agent FHP Living.

Positioned in the centre of the rapidly evolving waterside district of Nottingham, just a short walk from Nottingham train station, with trains to London St Pancras as little as one hour and 32 minutes away – The Waterside Apartments has excellent transport links with regular buses to the city, electric scooters for hire and canal paths for walking along the River Trent, to the city and places of interest such as Holme Pierrepont.

Other notable Nottingham landmarks nearby include the neighbouring Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Notts County FC’s Meadow Lane stadium and Nottingham Forest FC’s City Ground for sports lovers.

There is also an onsite gym provided by Hitboxx for high intensity training and a stunning private communal rooftop terrace above the Waterside Bar + Kitchen, complete with a range of seating and sunbathing areas.

Steve Parker, director at FHP Living, said: “The fact that stamp duty can be paid for these beautiful waterside homes is an incredible incentive to reserve an apartment with unrivalled views this month. The Waterside Apartments are ready to move into and offer desirable central living in a beautiful riverside location.

Homes are central to the action including incredible waterfront bars and restaurants, they are also close to main travel routes, the station, the city and a range of walking routes along the embankment to natural beauty spots such as Holme Pierrepont.”

Sam Monk, director of Monk Estates, said: “With the stamp duty holiday coming to an end, we want to help interested buyers secure their dream apartments and so we will pay the stamp duty in full if anyone reserves in June. We have received a great amount of interest in these homes, which is testament to the detail that has gone into the scheme, and apartments are ready to move into immediately.”

Interested parties can contact Natasha Goodman or Steve Parker at FHP Living on 07980 959735.

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