It’s the last chance for home hunters to use Help to Buy London at a landmark Hampstead development.
The final pair of 1-bedroom apartments at Thirty2 - a collection of 56 homes being built by Fairview New Homes in Lawn Road - are the last remaining properties at the development on which London Help to Buy is available.
The scheme can be used to purchase homes priced £600,000 and under.
It enables buyers to secure their new home in the capital with a 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage. The remaining 40% of the purchase price is provided by the Government as an equity loan, which remains interest-free for the first 5 years.
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview New Homes, said: “London Help to Buy has been instrumental in helping home hunters across the capital get on or move up the property ladder, and this is the last opportunity for buyers to use the scheme at Thirty2.
“Located in the prestigious NW3 postcode just minutes from Hampstead Heath, Thirty2 offers the very best of modern living in a landmark development inspired by the design features of the Grade I-listed Isokon building nearby.
“Given the huge popularity of the development to date, we don’t expect these plots to be available for long, so I would encourage prospective buyers to contact our sales team at Thirty2 without delay to avoid missing out.”
Fairview has built a selection of studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments at Thirty2.
The Enfield-based developer has recently completed building work on the development and only a handful of homes remain for sale.
For more information about Thirty2 and London Help to Buy, contact the marketing suite on 0808 149 7287.