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Quirky Ashtree turning heads at King’s Wood Gate


Buyers seeking a brand new home with a difference in sought-aſter Monmouth are in for a treat when they visit David Wilson Homes’ King’s Wood Gate development. Te five star housebuilder has a new view home for its popular Ashtree design, and is expecting interest in the impressive four bedroom house to be high among those looking to settle in the area. “Tis is a beautiful and quirky view home - highlighting all the outstanding features of our sought-aſter Ashtree house-type,” said sales director, Richard Lawson. “It is a spacious house, suitable for families seeking a little extra room. And it has a


delightful external look. “We are expecting a large number of visitors keen to take a look, for the first time, at our latest offering here. And we are very much looking forward to showing it off.” Priced from £330,000, the Ashtree is a four bedroom home that caters for all the family. Te ground floor boasts a bay fronted lounge with French doors to the garden. Te kitchen also features French doors and a breakfast area, while the dining room comes with a bay window. Upstairs, three double bedrooms make relaxing hideaways, the master with an en suite. Tere is also a single bedroom and a family bathroom.


“Te Ashtree offers plenty of space to spread out in. And its location just outside the historic market town of Monmouth, surrounded by countryside, just adds to the attraction,” added Richard. Offering a premium collection of three, four and five bedroom homes, King’s Wood Gate offers great commuter links - with access to Newport, Bristol, Gloucester and beyond. Scenic views of the surrounding countryside, a vibrant town centre, and prestigious schools nearby, complement the new neighbourhood. For more information about the Ashtree at King’s Wood Gate, visit dwh.co.uk or call 0844 5710 385.


Move up the housing ladder and continue interest free payments with Help to Buy – Wales


David Wilson Homes is reminding homeowners who bought a new home with Help to Buy – Wales five years ago that they can continue to benefit from the scheme if they move up the housing ladder to a new home at King’s Wood Gate in Monmouth.


Sales director Richard Lawson explains:


“After five years,


payments on the Help to Buy – Wales scheme start to incur interest but by moving home, and entering into a new Help to Buy – Wales arrangement, purchasers can have another five years interest free.”


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Richard said: “We could even arrange the sale of a purchaser’s existing home with our Movemaker or part exchange


schemes and cover their estate agent’s fees, making their new home even more affordable than they might at first think.”


Help to Buy - Wales allows any homebuyer to secure a brand new home under the value of £300,000 with just


a five per cent deposit. The Welsh Government lends the buyer 20 per cent of the value of the property in the form of an interest free equity loan for five years, meaning that buyers then gain access to some of the great mortgage rates currently available with just a 75 per cent mortgage. Available to all homebuyers, not just first timers, the scheme helps anyone looking for a boost up the property ladder. For more details about Help to Buy - Wales and availability of homes, visit dwh.co.uk or call 0330 057 6000.


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