Ressance, a Newbury based property developer, specialises in unique new build homes and Henwick View, their long-awaited development overlooking Henwick Worthy Playing Fields in Thatcham, is no exception. The apartments in phase one of the development are aesthetically stylish on the outside and the unique character of the development is reflected internally in the 12 individual apartments.

Individuality is not the only benefit of a Ressance new build home. Ressance is a registered Help to Buy developer making their new homes eligible for Help to Buy funding. Launching at the Help to Buy Show on 24th September at Newbury Racecourse, prospective buyers have the opportunity to be the first to see the plans and discuss with the Ressance sales team the options available to them.

As David Grant, Ressance Sales Director explains;  

“We’re delighted to launch this vibrant development at the Help to Buy show. Through the government backed scheme we are helping people find and buy their dream home at an affordable price.”

He continues; “This show is the perfect platform to launch Henwick View, which showcases our commitment to creating stylish and sophisticated homes without compromising on sustainability. Our new homes are designed to help reduce living costs and enhance the future value whilst providing a touch of luxury.”

Help to Buy is a government backed scheme to help working people buy a new home. Subject to Help to Buy terms and conditions, the government provides an equity loan of up to 20% of the cost of your new Ressance home (interest free for the first 5 years) so you only need to find a 5% deposit and obtain a 75% mortgage from a lender – it’s that simple!

David Grant concludes; “The inclusion of this new development in the Help to Buy scheme provides a fantastic opportunity for buyers who can be confident of owning a home that focuses on great design, individuality and sustainability, coupled with commitment from the team at Ressance to assist with the Help to Buy process every step of the way.”