One of the most exciting developments in Milton Keynes’ stunning waterside location has proved so popular that 75 per cent of the properties have already been sold.
Domovo Homes’ beautiful Campbell Wharf development is made up of one and two bedroom apartments and larger maisonettes, all finished to an exacting standard.
Already all of the one bedroom homes and every maisonette has been sold, so would-be owners wanting to move into this desirable location will need to be quick, as all are expected to be sold within the next few months.
There’s an additional viewing event lined up for Saturday, September 25, with viewings open from 10am to 4pm.
Mathew Wood, sales advisor for Domovo Homes said: “Campbell Wharf has been one of our most successful developments, and we expect to sell out before Christmas, so if you want to experience waterside living, come along to our viewing event and see the apartments and development as they won’t be around for long.”
Designed to keep you well connected
Not only are the homes themselves beautiful on the inside, but the outside space and views are captivating anyone who visits the development. Nestled by the Grand Union Canal and its idyllic marina, these homes not only offer an amazing lifestyle in Milton Keynes, with cafes, restaurants, shopping and schools, but offer up London on the doorstep, on an easy and affordable commuting route. The Avanti fast train will get you straight into the city centre in just 32 minutes, giving you the nightlife and career opportunities on your doorstep, but with home ownership at a much more realistic price.
The development offers shared ownership, with the chance to buy an initial share of the property and pay subsidised rent on the remainder, another way in which home ownership is a more affordable option. If you want to know more, Mathew Wood from the sales team can talk you through the options which could make your dream of owning your own home a reality.
Find out more about canal-side living and the new open viewing event at Campbell Wharf by clicking here.