Miller Homes, who have been building award winning homes for more than 80 years, have appointed Catherine Cooper as their new sales adviser at the Whittle-le-Park development, in Chorley.
Following Catherine’s success at the company’s Zest development in Manchester, she will now provide her expert advice and experience to potential home purchasers on Whittle-le-Park.
Samantha Johnson, sales manager for Miller Homes in the North West, said: “Catherine has done an amazing job serving customers at our development in Manchester.
“Therefore, we’re excited to have her experience and great service skills helping customers at Whittle-le-Park.”
Catherine said: “I am thrilled to be working on such a beautiful development with a true community feel.
“It’s really rewarding helping people find their dream home,.
“And with schemes such as Help to Buy there’s a real opportunity for those who thought they couldn’t get on to the market.
Whittle-le-Park has a range of two bed, two bathroom apartments on offer found in elegant buildings and have conveniently located parking in a private courtyard at the rear.
Priced at just £99,950, all of the homes are finished to a high specification which include open-plan living-areas and have a range of layouts to attract different living options.
The Whittle-le-Park development also has a few remaining four and five-bedroomed contemporary and traditional homes still to be purchased. All local amenities, including a village-like shopping centre, as well as large medical and dental centre, are within a mile of the development and has excellent transportation links to both the M6 and M61, making it easy for commuters.
The Government’s Help to Buy scheme allows potential buyers who only have a small deposit of around five per cent to apply for an additional 20 per cent equity loan from the Government. This means they only need to secure up to a 75 per cent mortgage from a bank or building society.
For further information on Whittle-le-Park or any of these funding schemes, visit the sales centre which is open 10.30am to 5.30pm Thursday to Monday, or call 0808 250 6472.