New Home - New Baby for Somerset Couple with 'Help to Buy' Scheme
Husband and wife Anthony and Katey Pimblett celebrate the birth of their baby daughter Lauren at their new home built under the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme at Fern Green based in Langport. The
The ‘Help to Buy’ Equity Loan scheme helps first time buyers and those looking to move up the property ladder to purchase a new-build home. The government-backed initiative was set up to help new and existing home owners to purchase a property with as little as a 5% deposit.
The couple who have been married for four years originally re-located from
Anthony who grew up in
Fern Green based on the edge of Langport is the latest C G Fry & Son Somerset development following the successful completion of adjacent Old Kelways based on the site of the original nursery. The houses at Fern Green have generous proportions, good-sized gardens with the combination of traditional craftsmanship using modern materials and technique’s to recreate the look of those properties built centuries before. Surrounded by unspoilt countryside the development is within easy commuting distance of Yeovil,
Anthony and heavily pregnant Katey moved in to their new house together with their young son Max aged 2.5 years just before Christmas.
Katey comments: “Anthony and I don’t normally like new houses as the majority are so box-like and we wanted space and a decent size garden in a safe area to bring up a family. Fern Green has a lovely feel to it and it is within walking distance of shops and cafes and there are good local schools. When we visited the site, we were immediately impressed with the layout, the wider roads, open green spaces and the houses were not crammed in. The quality of the house is really high and there is plenty of storage with a well-thought out and practical layout. The sales office staff were very helpful and made it easy to apply for the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme.”
C G Fry and Son: 20th Mar 2014 09:00:00