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Chance to get on ladder for first-time buyers with new affordable Bow homes

PUBLISHED: 14:41 02 July 2014 | UPDATED: 08:07 03 July 2014

When finished later this year, the development will see 33 homes built with prices starting at £230,000

When finished later this year, the development will see 33 homes built with prices starting at £230,000

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New affordable homes will give first-time buyers a chance to get on the property ladder.

An artists impression of the Tredegar Place development in BowAn artists impression of the Tredegar Place development in Bow

Centra Homes will launch a development of 33 homes in Bow, with prices starting at £230,000, next Thursday.

Tredegar Place is aimed at young families and first time buyers and has a mix of studios and one, two, and three bedroom houses.

Tim Seward, director of property sales and marketing, said: “House prices have rocketed across London, particularly in east London, leaving first time buyers out in the cold.

“Tredegar Place is a great choice for buyers searching for a vibrant community and great connections, but at reasonable prices.”

The homes have been designed with the “modern lifestyle in mind”, according to the developers. They feature bright open plan interiors with large windows and a high-spec fitted kitchens with integrated appliances.

They are due to be completed by the on Thursday, July 10, from 4pm to 8pm, and then from 10am to 5pm everyday thereafter.

Centra Homes is part of Circle Housing, one of the UK’s largest providers of affordable housing.

For more information visit tredegarplace.co.uk or call Centra Homes on 0845 223 0000.


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