A part glazed door with storm porch over opens to
There is one radiator, a storage cupboard housing fuse board, shelving and hanging space. Doors lead off to:
There is one radiator, a white suite comprising low level WC and a wall hung hand wash basin.
11' 1'' x 8' 4'' (3.37m x 2.53m)
There is one window to front, one radiator, a range of wall hung, floor standing and drawer storage cupboards, built in gas hob with electric oven under and extractor hood over, a 1 1/2 stainless steel sink bowl with drainer to side, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for an upright fridge/freezer. Rolled edge work surface with tiled splash back.
12' 6'' x 11' 2'' (3.81m x 3.41m) Plus under stairs space
French doors to garden, one radiator, stairs rise to first floor.
Storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Doors lead off to:
12' 1'' x 9' 9'' (3.69m x 2.96m)
There are two windows to rear with views over fields, a storage cupboard housing wall hung gas boiler, shelving and hanging space.
there is a white suite comprising a low level WC, a wash basin and a shower cubicle housing Mira electric shower.
8' 10'' x 10' 2'' (2.69m x 3.09m)
There is one radiator, one window to the front and a storage cupboard with hanging space and shelving. Door to:
There is one window to the front, one radiator, a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower screen and a shower off the taps, a low level WC, a pedestal wash basin and tiles to splash prone areas.
Path to front door, established flower bed. Opposite the front of the house is a coach house with open carport under which gives a covered parking space and another parking space in front of this (two spaces total in tandem).
A private low maintenance garden, laid to patio slabs and concrete. Garden shed and handy shelter, pedestrian gate leads to pathway and gives rear access.
Solar hot water.
This property is, we understand, economical to run as it benefits from panels on the roof through which water flows and is heated by the sun. These are different to photovoltaic solar panels that generate electricity and connect to the grid. They are part of the property and its heating system, and are not on a separate lease.
Register your interest
If you are likely to offer on this property you are urged to register your personal details on the YHG website here https://www.yarlingtonhomes.co.uk/apply and to seek financial advice through the YHG financial scheme. These homes are usually keenly sought after. A buyer who is already known to YHG and who has been qualified by their financial advisers is likely to have their application processed (and so perhaps accepted) far faster than someone who is not registered with them.
Shared Ownership & YHG
The property is jointly owned with YHG who are offering it at £90,500 for a 50% share with an additional monthly rent of £220.28 and a monthly service charge of £4.32. Should you prefer to purchase a different % we can ask YHG who may or may not agree. There is usually (but not always) a cap at 80%
YHG do have requirements for this form of housing, you must be neither too poor nor too wealthy, may not own another property and may not rent the property out. See their eligibility criteria below.
As a home owner, you will be responsible for all repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior of the property including boundary fencing, paths and parking areas within your ownership. The responsibilities are slightly different if you are living in a shared ownership apartment – you will only be responsible for all internal decorating and repairs. We will be responsible for the maintenance and redecoration of the internal corridors, halls and staircases and externally for roof, gutters, glazing and aerials.
YHG eligibility criteria (taken from their website)
Shared Ownership and the resale (assignment) of existing Shared Ownership leases are intended for eligible people who cannot afford to buy a home suitable for their needs on the open market.
To qualify to purchase a new build home, you will often but not always, need to have a local connection to the area in which you want to buy. Sometimes this requirement can be strictly imposed by a planning condition. In other cases, you may either just have to live or work in the same district as the property. Whatever the situation, this information will be contained within our application form and our sales team will provide you with any further details you may require.
For resale properties, the restrictions in force when the property is first sold still applies when being resold. Whatever the situation, full details will be found in the contract for sale and accompanying legal documentation. We strongly recommend you seek advice from your solicitor before purchasing your home.
For you to qualify for a property you will:
Be 18 years or over and be a resident in the UK
Have a household income less than £80,000
Be not a home owner or named on a home mortgage (applicants in the process of selling a home will be considered)
Be unable to afford to buy a home on the open market
Have available deposit of at least 5% of the purchase price, depending on the lender’s requirements
Have access to additional £2,500 to cover legal fees and the cost of moving
Household debt not exceeding £15,000
Be able to financially sustain home ownership in the longer term
Have a good credit history (Your application will probably be unsuccessful if you have any County Court Judgements or Defaults not settled/unsatisfied)
From English Homes Langport office turn right heading toward Somerton. At the first roundabout take the third exit (almost straight across) into Bartletts Elm. Take the first cul de sac to the left, this home is on the left indicated by an English Homes For Sale board