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Last chance to buy at William’s Court, Thirsk

PUBLISHED: 16:43 24 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:22 25 April 2018

William's Court, Thirsk

William's Court, Thirsk

Exposure Property Marketing

Prospective buyers will need to move fast in order to secure one of the few remaining apartments at William’s Court, a select development of 14 stunning two-bedroom apartments in Thirsk.

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William’s Court sits just a minute’s walk from Thirsk’s beautiful market square and looks out over Cod Beck, a small river that runs south towards the Swale. Blending peaceful surrounds with quick and convenient access to Thirsk’s wide selection of shops, bars, pubs and cafes, the development presents a unique opportunity to own an elegant and stylish new property in one of Yorkshire’s most popular locations.

For a limited time only, Palladian York – the developer of William’s Court – is offering buyers an attractive ‘easy move’ package, designed to help cover the cost of legal expenses and moving fees. Until midnight on June 10th, buyers will be able to claim £2,500 back on the purchase of one of the final three apartments at William’s Court*.

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“No matter how well prepared you are, moving home can be a stressful and expensive experience”, explains Palladian managing director Simon Gibbons. “This is our way of helping to make that process a little easier. Hopefully it will allow prospective buyers to think less about legal fees and removal bills and more about the excitement of moving into a new home in a fantastic location”.

All of the remaining properties at William’s Court are priced at £179,950 and offer a range of high-quality features and fixtures.

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The living room, a bright and generous open-plan space, includes a French-doored balcony providing views across the river. The adjoining kitchen is finished with stone-grey cabinets, chrome fittings and a complete range of integrated appliances including fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and electric oven.

Contemporary tiled bathrooms are finished with white ceramic Ideal Standard sanitaryware and chrome taps, while the master bedroom includes an en-suite with a large, glass-fronted walk-in shower for that extra touch of luxury.

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Oak finished flooring runs throughout the entirety of the property, and underfloor heating - including zone-specific thermostat controls - provides residents with precise control over the temperature in each area of the apartment. Georgian-style box-sash windows, solid oak entrance doors and shaker-style four-panelled doors finished in Farrow & Ball off-white provide an elegant finishing touch.

Outside of the building, every apartment includes an allocated space in a dedicated off-street car park to the rear, one which also provides ample room for visitors.

William's Court, ThirskWilliam's Court, Thirsk

While the local Co-Op store is just a few minutes away on foot, two large supermarkets are only a five-minute drive to the west. And even though Thirsk itself provides plenty of reasons to stay close to home, the town is well connected for those looking to venture further afield: Thirsk railway station, less than 10 minutes by car from William’s Court, provides quick and frequent connections to Leeds, York and Harrogate.

William’s Court also benefits from the Help to Buy equity loan scheme, whereby the government lends purchasers up to 20 percent of the cost of a newly built home. As a result, prospective buyers need only a 5 percent cash deposit and 75 percent mortgage in order to make their move.

“One of the most rewarding things about this development has been the range of people we’ve seen making it their home,” concludes Gibbons. “We have retirees, young professionals making their first moves into the property market and people who have bought an apartment as a holiday home. It’s a really lovely mix, and testament to the wide-ranging appeal of William’s Court.”

For full details about William’s Court, contact Palladian York on 01904 703 414, or visit the website.

* Terms and conditions apply, see website for details.

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