Full steam ahead for Hampshire Househunters with £123,000 savings on new homes in Sutton Scotney compared with Winchester

Regularly tipped as one of the best places to live in the UK, it’s no wonder house prices in Winchester reflect the demand for homes here, averaging £548,337 according to latest figures from Zooplas’ Zed-Index.

Yet just to the north of Winchester in the picturesque village of Sutton Scotney, is a collection of three, four and five bedrooms homes available now, with current starting prices over £123,000 less than those in Winchester.

Being delivered by award-winning Metis Homes - the WhatHouse? Best Small Housebuilder 2017 - the homes at Old Station Park are ideal for househunters looking to put down roots in a desirable location, without the city price tag. The three-bedroom Hanbury for example, starts at £425,000. What's more, this considerable saving is not at the expense of connectivity – Old Station Park is just 7.5 miles from Winchester train station, with links into London Waterloo in just 61 minutes.

Occupying what was once the Sutton Scotney station yard, the homes have been intricately designed by Metis Homes' expert team to pay homage to the heritage of the site, whilst still embracing the modern specifications todays discerning buyer expects. Wooden facades give an air of sleek modernity from the outside, setting the tone for the high quality interior design inside.

Adam O’Brien, Managing Director of Metis Homes, commented: “Old Station Park has been very popular and it’s not hard to see why when you look at the numbers, in terms of the savings to be had here versus property in Winchester. For families looking for a home in a well-connected location, Sutton Scotney is perfect – and the potential savings of £123,000 in comparison to central Winchester makes the decision to move to Old Station Park a logical choice!

"The Metis Homes commitment to providing traditional, high quality homes is just one of the reasons why we were crowned 'Best Small Housebuilder' at the 2017 WhatHouse? Awards – an accolade we are immensely proud of. From planning to completion, we keep the customer journey and experience at the forefront of everything we do, and it is this commitment to our buyers that allows us to create award-winning traditional homes, with modern values.

"With reservations already being taken, we anticipate the homes at Old Station Park to be snapped up quickly, and would invite all interested parties to get in touch sooner rather than later so as to not miss out on their dream home!"

To help buyers secure a home at Old Station Park, there are several buying assistance schemes available, including Help to Buy and Part Exchange. Help to Buy is available on homes up to £600,000 and can be used by first and next time buyers. It works by the government providing a 20% loan, meaning all you need is a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage.

Part Exchange takes away the potentially problematic process of appointing an agent and joining a chain, with Metis Homes becoming your cash buyer. This is part of Metis Homes' commitment to providing not only high quality homes, but the highest quality service and customer journey as well.

Prices at Old Station Park currently start at £425,000 for a three bedroom home. For more information call 01962 893545 or visit https://metishomes.co.uk/developments/old-station-yard

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