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Find out how to buy your first home the easy way at Horncastle Rise

Sep 23, 2019

Enjoy your first home at Horncastle Rise

Allison Homes is inviting first time buyers to find out just how easy it is to buy a house with the Help to Buy scheme at its new development at Horncastle Rise, in the historic market town of Horncastle, Lincolnshire.

An exclusive first-time buyer’s event will take place at the Horncastle Rise show home on Thimbleberry Hill, between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm on Saturday, 28 September and Sunday, 29 September.

Help to Buy experts, a lawyer and mortgage advisers will be on hand to demonstrate just how easy buying a new home using Allison Homes’ Help to Buy scheme is. 

The government’s Help to Buy scheme allows you to own 100 per cent of a new Allison Homes’ property with just a 75 per cent mortgage and a 5 per cent deposit. The remaining 20 per cent of the purchase price is paid for with an interest-free loan from the government (subject to approval).

Help to Buy is available to first-time buyers and existing home owners who are moving home. The home you want to buy must be newly-built with a full purchase price of less than £600,000.

Visitors can reserve their new home on the day for just £99. As part of this exclusive offer, buyers of selected plots over the weekend will also receive flooring throughout, have their back garden turfed and get a free Amazon Alexa.

Situated off Thimbleby Hill, Horncastle Rise is a development of traditionally-built bungalows set in the attractive Lincolnshire market town of Horncastle.

And, just 17 miles from the vibrant city of Lincoln, Horncastle is the perfect place for a new home if you want all the benefits of country living while being close to a big city.

Historic Horncastle is famous for its antique shops. A selection of cafes, tea rooms, pubs and several restaurants cater for most culinary tastes. There are plenty of quirky independent shops and second-hand bookstores in which to search out a bargain.

The A158 runs west-east, joining the city of Lincoln and the popular seaside town of Skegness. The A153 joins Horncastle to Louth in the north and Sleaford and Grantham in the south, from where commuters can join the A1 providing easy access to the north and south of England. 

The nearby village of Metheringham has a direct rail service to Peterborough on the East Coast main line which has direct trains to London and to Edinburgh.


Photo caption: It’s easier than you think to buy your first home with Allison Homes.

For more information contact:

Mike Holland
OlsenMetrix Marketing
Telephone: 0333 101 0075