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GREENBANK ROAD

2 x One Bedroom Apartment
Hanham

£190,000

*THRIVING COMMUNITY*

Curo are pleased to be offering 2 stunning two bedroom houses in Hanham. These properties are within easy reach of local shops, eateries and amenities on Hanham High Street and a 5 minute walk to Beacon Rise Primary School rated outstanding by Ofsted and other local Senior and Junior schools. The development is within close proximity to Longwell Green Retail Park, the A4174 Ring Road, bus and cycle routes and easy access into Bristol City Centre and the Georgian City of Bath.

Property Features:

  • One bedroom apartment
  • Open plan living room-diner
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom with shower over bath
  • Gas central heating
  • 1 parking space allocated
  • Private garden

Eligibility Requirements:

Households need to:

  •  Register with Help to Buy South (www.helptobuysouth.co.uk)
  •     Must have a local connection to South Gloucestershire

Plot 68

  • 100% sales value: £185,000
  • Minimum share purchase: 40%
  • Purchase price of share: £74,000
  • Rent per month: £138.75
  • Service charge per month: £43.39

Plot 69

  • 100% sales value: £190,000
  • Minimum share purchase: 40%
  • Purchase price of share: £76,000
  • Rent per month: £142.50
  • Service charge per month: £43.39

To qualify for this scheme, you should:

  • Register with Help to Buy South (www.helptobuysouth.co.uk)
  • Must have a local connection to South Gloucestershire

About Shared Ownership

Curo Shared Ownership allows you to purchase a share in a property (normally either 40% or 50%). You have the option to buy further shares when you are able - up to 100%. On the share that you have not purchased you will pay a reduced rent. The rent charge will vary depending on the development.

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