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New opportunities to live in prime areas across East Hertfordshire

We have launched a range of shared ownership homes across three new developments in East Hertfordshire.

There are over 20 one and two bedroom homes in total, all offering stylish living in prime locations and priority will be given to people who live or work in the area.

Gladstone Place and The Woodlands are both a short walk from Ware town centre, which offers a lively choice of pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars along with schools and nurseries. For those who like an active lifestyle, Ware boasts its own football, cricket, bowls, golf and rugby clubs, a leisure centre and two swimming pools.

Just down the road in historic Hertford, Kingsmead Apartments is ideal for those looking for the buzz of a market town with the countryside on their doorstep. Hertford is full of places to eat, shop, drink and be entertained and the development sits right by the River Lea, making it a great location for unwinding at the end of the day.

All homes in these new developments are finished to a high standard with fully fitted kitchens, integrated appliances and modern bathrooms. Each home also comes with  allocated parking and with mainline train stations close by, they offer easy commutes into London.  

Lisa Ley, Head of Sales at Network Homes, said: “East Hertfordshire is one of the most expensive areas to buy a home in the country, so we’re really pleased to offer first time buyers a fantastic opportunity to get on the property ladder in some great locations.”

Prices start from £96,000 for a 40% share at Gladstone Place, £102,000 for a 40% share at The Kingsmead Apartments and £116,000 for a 40% share at The Woodlands. Visit www.networkhomessales.co.uk to find out more.