Picture yourself living in Bellway's The Covers development - sponsored feature

The Covers in Wallsend is proving a popular location for Bellway to build new homes which are now more affordable than ever thanks to Help to Buy, as our sponsored feature explains

Located in the established Newcastle suburb of Wallsend, The Covers is proving to be an extremely popular housing location where Bellway is now selling its last home priced at £204,995.

The Willow home provides 946sq ft of living space and benefits from a spacious kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is fully fitted and includes an oven, hob, cooker hood, washing machine and fridge-freezer.

The living room measuring 14ft 9in x 11ft and includes French doors to the rear garden and there is also a useful single garage.

The first floor provides a family bathroom and three double bedrooms, the master bedroom having the benefit and convenience of en-suite facilities.

The Hazel is one of Bellway’s newest homes and displays a more contemporary design. A particular feature is the larger window apertures which allow natural light to flood the living rooms, adding to the home’s spacious feeling.

The Covers is ideally located close to the Coast Road and therefore benefits from easy access to Newcastle city centre and the A19 as well as the popular tourist destinations of Tynemouth and Whitley Bay.

Buying a home at The Covers with the Government’s Help to Buy scheme requires a minimum 5% deposit; the Government will then lend you 20% of the cost of the home interest-free for five years which means you only need a 75% mortgage, thereby reducing monthly mortgage payments during the first five years of occupation.

Buyers with a home to sell can take advantage of Bellway’s free-of-charge Express Mover service where Bellway will manage the sale of your old home and appoint an estate agent on your behalf to speed up the sale.

For more information click here or call 0191 263 9128.


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