A selection of new homes in Sheerness, north Kent, has been launched, with prices starting from £99,000.
The development, which features 11 different new homes types, is currently being developed by Persimmon Homes and is sure to appeal to a wide range of people seeking to find a property in the country or coast.
Set within the preserved grounds of the former Minster Hospital, Clarence Place is a development of two-bedroom apartments, maisonettes and bungalows, suitable for first-time buyers, downsizers and investors, as well as three and four-bedroom family homes.
There is a diverse selection of homes, with each housetype offering different combinations of warm red and ochre brick work, creamrender and timber cladding, instilling an eclectic, village-like exterior within the development.
Many two-bedroom apartments, bungalows and houses offer a separate kitchen-breakfast room, living room and two bedrooms, with an en-suite bathroom and shower room. While others offer open plan kitchen-living-dining rooms, a family bathroom and en-suite shower room to the master bedroom.
The new homes, which are available to buy through selling agent, Spicerhaart Land & New Homes, range in price, from £99,000 to £249,995.
Julie Carver, sales manager at selling agent, haart, said: "With 11 different house types available at Clarence Place, there is a home to suit every buyer. From traditional layouts, to flexible open-plan living spaces, each home, whether a two-bedroom apartment or four-bedroom family house, is distinct both inside and out.
"With the stamp duty holiday for first time buyers coming to an end in March, we would certainly advise anyone looking to purchase their first home to visit the stunning new show home."