Show home to open tomorrow; Advertisement feature a chance to check out new houses.
RIVERSIDE Home Ownership (RHO) is set to reveal its new show home tomorrow, at its latest shared ownership development in Camperdown.
Perfect for first-time buyers or young families looking to get on the property ladder, Silverbirch is a collection of 40 two and three-bedroom homes and two-bedroom bungalows.
Set in the delightful village of Camperdown, near Killingworth, it boasts a range of local shops, schools and other amenities.
With Newcastle only seven miles away, the location is ideal for commuters and for those who want easy access to the city.
The Birch three-bedroom show home is tastefully decorated and furnished so that visitors can visualise themselves living there or in the other homes on the site.
There will be five property types available and each one includes a high-quality fitted kitchen with appliances, modern bathroom and a garden.
It will also benefit from double-glazed windows, economical gas central heating and insulated walls, floors and roof.
Sales negotiator, Nonie Campbell said: "We are excited to welcome visitors to Silverbirch on Friday and Saturday.
"The new show home certainly has the wow factor and we're confident that everyone will be suitably impressed.
"Our on-site advisors will be on hand to talk more about the benefits of shared ownership properties and help people choose their dream home."
The show home will be available to view tomorrow, from 3pm-6pm and on Saturday, from 10am-3pm.
The address is Silverbirch, Camperdown, Killingworth, NE12 5UZ.
Prices start from just PS32,500 for a 25% share of a two-bedroom home and PS40,000 for a 25% share of a three-bedroom home.
| Shared ownership means you can buy a share in a property and pay rent to a housing association on the part that you don't own.
A range of share options are available based on your circumstances, and buyers will benefit from expert advice and support from RHO's team.
| To request more details, contact Riverside Home Ownership on 0345 112 8800 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Oct 12, 2017|
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