The first residents are set to move in at a new housing development in Newark.
Ashberry Homes is building a total of 71 homes at Middlebeck, off Bowbridge Lane.
Construction work began on the site in September 2019 and is due to be completed in July 2021.
The development will feature a range of two, three and four-bedroom properties and is part of a wider new neighbourhood which will also include a new primary school, link road, public open space, community facilities and employment space.
The first residents will move into their completed homes early next month.
Rachael Gatehouse, Interim Sales Manager at Ashberry Homes Eastern Counties, said:
“Since the launch of Middlebeck, several homes have been reserved off-plan and with construction work on these properties almost complete, we are getting ready to welcome the first residents into their homes next month.
“Middlebeck is in a superb location, just a mile from the town centre yet on the edge of open countryside, and there has been a lot of interest locally in the new homes. We’ve seen a wide range of visitors – from young couples to growing families and downsizers – which is a reflection of the varied mix of houses available. There’s something here to suit people at all stages of the property ladder.
“The homes here are attainable for local buyers. Many visitors have been pleasantly surprised to hear that they can buy a new two-bedroom home for as little as £174,995, which means a five per cent deposit of just £8,750 if they use Help to Buy.
“Middlebeck is part of a wider new neighbourhood being created to the south of Newark and we are looking forward to seeing a brand new community forming at the development.”
The Government-backed Help to Buy scheme enables buyers to purchase a new-build home priced up to £600,000 with a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as an equity loan, which is interest-free for the first five years.
For more information, call 0163 688 0969 or visit ashberryhomes.co.uk.