The Whitten | Plot 7

2 bedroom semi-detached home
Shared ownership
Shared ownership price: £63,000 @ 40%
Rent: £216.56 per month
Plot number: 7

The Whitten | Plot 7

Key features

The Whitten is a well-proportioned two-bedroom semi-detached home, which is ideal for those interested in their first home or a small family looking for a little extra space. The ground floor includes a spacious lounge with a large window to the front. The rear of the property boasts a homely kitchen/dining area, with French doors opening onto the beautifully presented rear garden. The WC cloakroom completes the ground floor.

Upstairs, the Whitten offers 2 spacious double bedrooms which share a contemporary family bathroom. The Master bedroom benefits from two front-facing windows, providing a light, airy feel, whilst the second double sized bedroom with 2 rear-facing windows offers a generous space. A separate storage cupboard completes the first floor.

The share options below are based on the full market value of £157,500

40% Share (£63,000) Rent (£216.56 pm)
50% Share (£78,750) Rent (£180.47 pm)
75% Share (£118,125) Rent (£90.23 pm)



Opening times

10.00am – 5.00pm
10.00am – 5.00pm
10.00am – 5.00pm
10.00am – 5.00pm
10.00am – 5.00pm

Please note we are contactable by email and telephone during the above opening times.

The Whitten | Plot 7

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Site layout



In total, there will be a range of 138 two, three and four-bedroom homes.

Yes, they will. We have been careful to ensure that phasing causes minimal disruption and optimises safety for early residents.

The prices will be reviewed ahead of each newly released phase and we cannot guarantee they will remain constant between releases.

Fees and Costs

To ensure that the highest standards are always maintained within the community, there are several areas where consent is required. Solicitors fees may be payable. However, we will make fair and reasonable charges to cover administrative requirements for these consents.

Your solicitor will assist in identifying all consents required when you purchase your property. If consent is required, the fees will be waived if consent is requested during your plot purchase.

Service Charge

There will be an annual service charge for maintenance of all communal areas.


Each property owner will be responsible for their own Buildings and Contents insurance.


You will be required to pay all taxes and utility costs direct to the Council/the supplier.

All the Outright Sale properties are Freehold.

The Shared Ownership properties will be leasehold until your ownership of the property staircases to 100%. Upon full ownership of your home, your property will become freehold.

Your new home comes with an NHBC Buildmark Warranty.  This insurance backed policy covers you for the first two years against any defects due to the NHBC standards not being followed. During the next eight years, the warranty provides you with cover against major damage from structural or drainage defects.

Yes! All our homes are built to the very latest Building Regulations. New homes are more energy efficient with modern heating systems, double glazing, and insulation. You will therefore be using much less energy than older homes and you can be confident that your new home is kinder to the planet. Some of our properties benefit from Zero Carbon Features. Please ask our sales advisor for further details.

When you do sell your home, our Sales Advisor will be on hand to liaise with the estate agent and solicitors to help with coordinating a completion date. You will have someone who is experienced at progressing a sale on your side and able to support you through the sale process.

Usually, it is possible to coordinate any potential customer for your own home to expect a legal completion date, in line with the anticipated build completion date of your plot.

We do try to ensure that we stick with the build programme delivery. However, there are many component parts within new build construction. Sometimes build dates are delayed and the reasons can be outside of our control. We will do all that we can to liaise with the chain and explain the situation if dates are delayed.

  • You can reserve a home if you do not have a house to sell (non-sale dependent or first-time buyer), but we will ask for evidence of your sales position. We then ask you to move to a 6-week contract exchange.
  • You can reserve a home if you have a completed chain and we have had confirmation that the chain is secure and likely to proceed to legal completion. We then request that you progress to a 6-week contract exchange.
  • You can reserve a home if you have a house to sell through our Assisted Purchase Scheme. We will not initiate a contract until you have a completed chain.


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