In many instances this has been very positive, especially with property priced around £250,000. When selling homes just above this figure, the stamp duty used to cause a real stumbling block. For certain buyers the changes represent a huge financial saving.
Darith in Kingskerswell is just one great example of this. Under the old rules had you purchased this property for £275,000 you would have paid £8,250 in stamp duty. Now you would only pay £3,750. This represents a saving of £4,500, making this stunning property far more affordable.
The substantial detached family home is stylishly laid out, and tastefully decorated throughout. Its versatile split level accommodation boasts 3 / 4 bedrooms, including a 5m x 4m playroom, and master en-suite, as well as a lounge, dining room and conservatory.
It’s beautifully situated on the edge of popular Kingskerswell village, making Torbay, Newton About and beyond easily accessible and enabling pleasant rural aspects. Outside offers front and rear gardens, under house storage, driveway and garage to complete the great all round property.
As well as the useful stamp duty saving, Darith has many superb aspects that must be seen to be fully appreciated. To experience the comfortable and homely feel the property offers, an internal viewing is essential.
Being very fond of the area the vendors are eager to proceed with a property nearby and are highly motivated to sell.
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