Carolyne Watkinson, Sales Manager for Taylor Wimpey East Midlands, says:
"The final stylish homes at Bailiwicks Court present a great opportunity for parents to get their grown-up kids out from under their feet once and for all – and with such a great price tag, securing a mortgage is easier than they might think!
"In fact, mothers and fathers longing for a bit of well-earned peace, quiet and time to themselves may well consider that helping out with a deposit on a home this good for their children is a price worth paying.
"After all, with confidence rapidly returning to the homes market following seven consecutive months of house price increases*, an investment in property once again looks to be a shrewd way to ensure your financial assets look after themselves."
Each of the final two duplex http://www.bryant.co.uk/newhomes/East+Midlands/Bailiwicks+Court/THE+LINBY+G/ apartments available at Bailiwicks Court is designed with modern functionality and comfort in mind, boasting a superb, open-plan reception room and kitchen delivering plenty of space for dining, relaxing and entertaining.
Upstairs, the landing leads to two spacious double bedrooms – with the option to include fitted wardrobes – and a good-sized separate bathroom.
Each home also includes an allocated parking space and is completed to a high standard specification, including double glazing, central heating and a contemporary fitted kitchen with integrated washer/dryer, oven, hob and hood.
Located in the village of Linby on the outskirts of Hucknall, Bailiwicks Court enjoys attractive landscaped surroundings and is within easy reach of a range of essential amenities.
The bustling city of Nottingham, with its excellent shopping and abundant bars, restaurants, leisure facilities and nightlife, is only a few miles away by road or by rail or tram from Hucknall.
For commuters, the M1 is close at hand while Nottingham’s mainline station has regular services to Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and London.
* According to the Nationwide house price index published December 1st 2009