Gleeson has welcomed its 50th purchaser to its Broad Park development in South Elmsall which marks the end of this popular development. Just a handful of new homes are still available to buy with three and four beds currently available from £118,995 and the last two bedroom homes to be released shortly.
The timing couldn’t have been better for the 50th purchasers, heating engineer Michael Kirby and partner Whitney Harling, who welcomed baby Kellen just a short time after moving into their new home.
Michael explains, “Our close friends, Michael and Kayleigh had already moved into a new home here at Broad Park and highly recommended both Gleeson Homes and the Help to Buy scheme. “We bought a 3 bed semi-detached with a garden and moved in just in time as we had our first baby in February. It is great that we can afford to get onto the property ladder and plan for a family in such a short space of time. ”
Michael and Whitney are just one of many couples who have got onto the property ladder and bought a new home at Broad Park thanks to Gleeson’s affordable prices and their range of scheme aimed at getting first time buyers out of the rent trap and into a home of their own.
Kay Lightfoot Gleeson Sales Manager added “I am delighted that Broad Park has reached its 50th purchaser mile stone and continues to prove popular with new families who didn’t think they could afford to buy. Whatever your situation we have a scheme to get you moving and I’d urge buyers to visit Broad Park now to avoid missing out on the last few homes.”
To find out how Gleeson can help you get on the property ladder or for more information on new homes at Broad Park please visit https://www.gleeson-homes.co.uk/