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CHRISTMAS MOVE


IN TIME FOR


Hurry - final 4 apartments at Mayfield House!


Don’t miss out on the final opportunity to enjoy some festive fun in a contemporary 2 bedroom apartment at The Mill, an award-winning development just two miles from the centre of Cardiff.


This is city living at its smartest. A stunning riverside location where you can be part of a young, vibrant


community. Somewhere where you can get a foot on the property ladder without the need for a hefty deposit, thanks to the Help to Buy - Wales scheme**.


T: 02920 601 670


So, it’s your move... visit us today


Marketing suite & show homes open daily 10am - 5pm


FREE CARPETS & STAMP DUTY PAID* /themillcanton @themillcanton


THE MILL Canton, Cardiff CF11 8DH E sales@themill-canton.co.uk


A JOINT VENTURE COMMUNITY PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THEMILL-CANTON.CO.UK


*Carpets and Land Transaction Tax (Stamp Duty) incentives applicable on selected plots only. Incentives cannot be applied to existing reservations. Please ask for further details. **The Help to Buy - Wales scheme is available on selected properties in Wales, on homes up to £300,000. Interest will be payable on the equity loan after five years, at an annual gross rate of 1.75%, rising at the RPI plus 1% per year thereafter. There will be a £1 per month administration fee, commencing upon receipt of the equity loan. The equity loan repayment sum will be calculated using the same loan percentage of the price of the property or its market value at the time of future sale/ mortgage repayment, whichever is greater. Scheme is available subject to terms and conditions, but is not available to investors. Lovell cannot advise you on a mortgage. Full details available upon request. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE OR ANY DEBT SECURED ON IT. Infor- mation correct at time of going to print, 11th November 2019.


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