Buy a W12 town­house, get a spring stamp duty hol­i­day

Evening Standard - West End Final Extra - ES Homes and Property - - New Homes -

DE­VEL­OP­ERS ea­ger to get spring sales un­der way are of­fer­ing tempt­ing deals to prospec­tive buy­ers, from trim­ming prices and pay­ing stamp duty to tak­ing their cur­rent homes in part ex­change. At Ashchurch Vil­las in west Lon­don, First Base is of­fer­ing all three.

Set in a pri­vate mews, the scheme of 15 town­houses, above, slots nicely into a Vic­to­rian con­ser­va­tion area bor­der­ing Raven­scourt Park, one of the district’s most fam­ily-friendly neigh­bour­hoods with well-kept homes, good pri­mary schools and small spe­cial­ist shops that ap­peal to buy­ers on the look­out for a larger new home.

Each town­house has high ceil­ings, glass-walled open-plan liv­ing spa­ces, a se­cluded gar­den, a garage, huge util­ity room and even a self-con­tained an­nexe that is ideal for a live-in nanny or a kids-free of­fice or stu­dio.

In ad­di­tion the de­vel­oper will pay up to £200,000 in stamp duty and buy your ex­ist­ing home, up to the value of £1.2 mil­lion based on an in­de­pen­dent val­u­a­tion.

The homes cost from £2.15 mil­lion. Call Strutt & Parker on 020 7318 4677 for full de­tails.

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