Eager home buyers in North Yorkshire can make summer savings in Strensall and Linton-on-Ouse, thanks to Annington’s latest delivery of refurbished homes in the area. The properties in both locations have proven to be popular with local first-time buyers, however with a limited number of properties remaining at each development, now is the time to secure your new home.
Located on Linton Meadow in Linton-on-Ouse, the 8 remaining homes have been lightly refurbished with new carpets and internal redecoration, ready for buyers to move straight in. The village school, Linton-on-Ouse Primary, is just a 12-minute walk away from the properties and is rated as Good by Ofsted, other village amenities such as a shop, pub restaurant and Post Office are also within easy walking distance.
Karen Watson, Branch Manager at William H Brown, comments: “These properties in Linton-on-Ouse have proven extremely desirable, when they first came to the market, we were inundated with enquiries. Given the competitive price point alongside the turnkey condition, we’re expecting a similar reaction to when these homes first launched. I would urge anyone who is interested to get in touch and become a part of this already vibrant community.”
Ideally positioned off Howard Road, the final 6 homes in Strensall present an opportunity for home buyers to purchase a property which has been given a new lease of life with light refurbishment works, including new carpets, decoration, and new composite front doors. The charming village boasts strong transport links to York and further afield via the nearby A64, which can reach Leeds in just over 50 minutes. Residents will be a stones throwaway from a doctor’s surgery, grocery shops, a post office, football pitches and Strensall Common.
Scott Anscomb, Managing Director at selling agents Your Move Anscombs, comments: “Strensall has a lot to offer potential buyers, it is perfectly positioned in a charming rural setting, while only being a short drive away from York city centre. The development has sold extremely well and the new owners tell me they are loving living in such an idyllic location and really appreciate the superb size of the houses. They continue to attract a lot of interest and are enabling many buyers to take their long-awaited step onto the property ladder.”
Louise Saunders, Sales and Marketing Manager for Annington, adds: “Annington specialises in bringing former MOD homes back into use and providing much-needed homes around the country. Our approach to the property market is rooted in sustainability, rather than tearing homes down, we adapt original buildings for local communities and Strensall and Linton-on-Ouse are no exception. We expect these final properties to go quickly, as they will provide residents with a short commute to York, while also being close to the countryside so you get the best of both worlds!”
Prices in Strensall start from £230,000 for a three-bedroom terraced home. To find out more about the properties, please contact the selling agent, Your Move Anscombs, on 01904 621 532, or visit www.your-move.co.uk.
The homes in Linton-on-Ouse start from £220,000 for a three-bedroom semi-detached home. To find out more about the properties, please contact the selling agent William H Brown on 01904 769991 or visit www.williamhbrown.co.uk.