Springfield (WP) - Williamson Place



0151 261 1623

  • 3 bedroom Detached
  • Prices To be confirmed
  • 881.00 sq ft

Sales Centre Tel: 0151 261 1623

Our sales off ice is open 10:00am - 5:00pm Monday and Friday, 10:00am - 7:00pm Thursday and 11:00am - 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday.

Key Features

  • Modern kitchen
  • Modern bathroom
  • High quality specification
  • Superb finish
  • Bespoke Additions

The Springfield is a three bedroom detached house.

*Please speak to our sales advisor about Bespoke Additions to personalise your home*

Ground Floor

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Ground floor

  • Lounge - 5445 x 3125mm (17'10"* x 10'3" (exc bay))
  • Kitchen / dining - 3125* x 5445mm (10'3"* x 17'10")
  • Cloaks - 1550 x 1850mm (5'1" x 6'1")

First Floor

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First floor

  • Bedroom 1 - 3125* x 3500mm* (10'3"* x 11'6"*)
  • Ensuite - 1870 x 1610mm (6'2" x 5'3")
  • Bedroom 2 - 3192* x 3007mm* (10'6"* x 9'10"*)
  • Home office / Bedroom 3 - 1922 x 2160mm (6'4" x 7'1" (exc bay))
  • Bathroom - 1890 x 2101mm (6'2" x 6'11")
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Important Information

With so many mortgages to choose from, the best way of finding the most competitive rate for you, is to speak with a mortgage broker to get the best possible advice to suit your own personal circumstances.

Our Sales Advisors can arrange for you to speak with one of our nominated mortgage brokers, who specialise in new build mortgage products and have access to exclusive products that are not available on the high street.

Estimated Monthly Payments:

Typical Interest Rates

Lenders review their products on a regular basis. However, to give you some very rough guidance, if you are a buyer with 30% deposit, rates range from 2% - 3%. If you have 20% deposit, rates range from 2.95% - 4% and if you have up to 10% deposit, rates range from 4.19% to 4.39%.

It is recommended that Help to Buy purchasers consult a mortgage broker or lender directly for information regarding the latest interest rates available.

*An Interest Only mortgage must be backed by an adequate investment vehicle (e.g. Endowments, ISA, Pension etc.) to ensure that the mortgage debt is repaid at the end of the mortgage.