The Government’s Stamp Duty ‘holiday’ comes to an end on 31st March but, depending on your situation, you might still be able to benefit from Stamp Duty savings on a variety of homes at our developments. Get in touch to find out more.
At The Sycamores, our beautifully-situated hamlet in the Coniston Cold countryside, our two remaining homes will both be completed in time for the end of March. The Sycamore, our five bedroom, centrepiece home shown in the image above, benefits from our most comprehensive Superior specification, which includes premium appliances and a luxurious kitchen. Reserve now, complete by 31st March and pay £11,500 Stamp Duty instead of the £26,500 payable from 1st April – a saving of £15,000!
Alder Cottage is a home we’re lovingly converting from existing agricultural buildings, hence the exposed beams you can see in the CGI above – unique details like these will feature throughout this original, four bedroom home, which has a Luxury spec and bespoke courtyard garden. Reserve now, complete by 31st March and pay just £4,750 in Stamp Duty, instead of £19,750 – also a saving of £15,000!
Over at St. Stephen’s Place in Skipton, the Hill Townhouses are three brand new homes we’re building to complement the existing Grade II listed buildings at this landmark site. These modern, three bedroom homes will be ready by the end of March and, as prices start at £435,000, all will benefit from NO Stamp Duty to pay if the sales are completed by 31st March.
Our apartments at The Bridge have gone down a storm, with only a handful now remaining. Of those, two of our largest apartments, both with two bedrooms and either a balcony or terrace, are almost ready. Prices start at £190,000, and therefore these apartments will benefit from NO Stamp Duty to pay if sales can be completed by 31st March. Don’t miss your chance to invest in one of these fantastic homes, which perfectly blend modern design with heritage elements, thanks to their location in a meticulously restored, historic mill building.
*N.B. The Stamp Duty savings listed above apply to first homes only, not to additional residences.