Prices from £550,000
Only one plot remaining
Biggin Farm is a stunning mix of detached and semi-detached, single and two storey properties designed for modern living for both couples and families. The development comprises four barn conversions and four large new build properties, with superb views over paddocks and farmland.
Modern, open-plan interiors combine with traditional brick and timber construction designed to perfectly complement the existing barn structures, retaining rural charm and character.
Stand out features include contemporary fitted kitchens, en-suite bathrooms and generously sized double-glazed windows offering views of the surrounding paddocks.
Ample parking and outdoor spaces
With ample parking and outdoor space, the development's eight units are finished to a superb standard both inside and out.
Within easy reach of the A1, Biggin Farm offers outstanding transport links to Bedford (20 minutes) and Cambridge (20 miles). St Neots (just over 5 miles) offer a direct train link to London Kings Cross in under an hour.
|Name and Address||Style||Beds||Bathrooms||Status||Price|
|Unit 4, The Tractor Shed, Biggin Farm||2||1||Sale Agreed||£550,000||Full details|
|Unit 2, The Stables, Gosling Yard||3||1||Sold||£550,000||Sold|
|Unit 1, The Old Milking Parlour, Biggin Farm||3||1||Sold||£575,000||Sold|
|Unit 5, The Hay Barn, Biggin Farm||3||1||For Sale||£625,000||Full details|
|Unit 7, Biggin Farm||Property||4||1||For Sale||£700,000||Full details|
|Unit 3, Paddock View, Gosling Yard||5||1||Sold||£750,000||Sold|
YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
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Help to Buy: Equity Loan (2021-2023)
Help to Buy is a government scheme designed to help first time buyers who have never owned a property before to advance up the property ladder.
Who is eligible?
Help to Buy: Equity Loan (2021-2023) are available to first time buyers. The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price of up to £407,400 for the East of England (see the Help to Buy site for more regional caps)
How does it work?
With a Help to Buy equity loan the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and a 75% mortgage to make up the rest.
You must buy your home from a homebuilder registered for Help to Buy: Equity Loan.
The amount you pay for a home depends on where in England you buy it.
When getting a mortgage you will be able to borrow up to a maximum of 4.5 times your salary.
Help to Buy Equity Loan example
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How do I pay back the Help to Buy equity loan?
You must pay back the loan after 25 years or when you sell your home - whichever comes first.
You will not be charged any interest on the 20% loan for the first five years of owning your home.
However a management fee of £1 a month will be applicable from the date of purchase for the duration of the equity loan.
From year six, a fee of 1.75% is payable on the equity loan, which rises annually by CPI (Consumer Price Index) inflation plus 2%.
For full information about the scheme, please visit helptobuy.gov.uk