The Hillfield, Friars Gate, Blythe Valley

£130,000
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*SHARED OWNERSHIP* *MINIMUM 5% DEPOSIT* *BUY BETWEEN 25-75% SHARE AND PURCHASE LARGER SHARES AT A TIME THAT IS AFFORDABLE TO YOU*

*MARKETING PRICE BASED ON A 40% SHARE*

Friars Gate is an exciting development of new homes on the outskirts of Solihull at Blythe Valley
Park. The site is surrounded by more than 120 acres of stunning parkland offering the perfect place to relax, while also conveniently close to
the bustling centres of Solihull and
Birmingham.

These 2 and 3 bedroom homes at Friars Gate are
built by Bloor Homes and all come equipped
with a fully fitted kitchen including oven, hob
and extractor fan, gas central heating, double
glazing and a turfed rear garden. They all come
with a 10-year NHBC New Home warranty to
give you that added peace of mind.

As they’re available through Bromford's shared
ownership scheme it means they’re available
at a fraction of what you’d expect to pay if you
were buying outright. And what’s more, your
monthly payments can even be lower than if
you were renting privately but you get all the
benefits of home ownership!

ACCOMODATION

• Fitted kitchen with built in oven, hob & extractor hood
• Downstairs cloakroom
• Two double bedrooms
• Well appointed bathroom
• Full gas fired central heating
• Double glazing and high performance insulation throughout
• Allocated parking spaces
• Turfed rear garden
• 10 year New Home warranty

LOCATION

Friars Gate is an ideal location for families, boasting a great location for those working at Blythe Valley Park or in the wider area. Blythe Valley Park itself has a Virgin Active Gym and Health Spa with outdoor and indoor swimming pools, while the Java Lounge Coffee House is the perfect place to eat, drink and relax in.

The neighbouring village of Cheswick Green
has a selection of local shops for all your dayto-
day needs. For more serious shoppers, you’ll
find everything you need in Solihull, including the
Touchwood shopping centre with more than 100
shops, bars and restaurants. If that’s not enough
the bright lights and big shops of Birmingham are
just up the road.

Birmingham has a huge selection of attractions
and activities to suit every taste, including
Cadbury World and the National Sea Life Centre.
The Birmingham Arena plays host to some of the
biggest names in music and comedy and it’s a
great city to watch or play sports in.

The Busy Bees Nursery at the park offers pre-school education and there are lots of excellent schools for ages 4 – 18 years all within a five minute drive. For post-18 education, there are five universities just a short drive away.

Friars Gate has great access to the local area
with the M42 running between the M5 and M6.
A regular bus service links Blythe Valley with the
centre of Solihull. There are three train stations
close by and Birmingham International Airport is
just 10 miles away.
A GP’s surgery is available in nearby Cheswick
Green, while Solihull Hospital provides a number
of inpatient, outpatient and emergency care
services.

HOW DOES SHARED OWNERSHIP WORK?

Are you dreaming of owning your own
home but think you can’t afford it? Think again – shared ownership can make that dream a reality.

Shared ownership is a scheme that allows you to buy a share of your property, usually between 40% and 75%, and pay subsidised rent on the rest.

It’s a great way to get on the property ladder and often proves to be more affordable than renting.

There are certain criteria that you need to
match to be eligible for shared ownership so
to get all the details please contact John Shepherd New Homes today.

ELIGIBILITY

You’ll notice that on most of our property listings we say that a local connection to
the area is needed. This is because the homes for sale in these areas have been built specifically to help meet the needs of local people who can’t
afford to get on the housing ladder any other
way.

The local area connection criteria varies between sites, but generally it’s based on:

Being a resident (or employed within) the area for a number of years (usually between 2-5)
Family connections – for example, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild or adult sibling – who have lived in the area for at least three years.

Priority will be given to applicants who
have a connection to Solihull Metropolitan
Borough Council.