Shared ownership is another way to buy your own home. You buy a percentage, and pay rent on the rest. The housing association owns part of it — but you’re living there, you decorate it, and you decide when to sell.
Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and smaller mortgage. It’s a sooner first step on the ladder for lots of people. Usually, you can also carry on buying shares, to own it 100%.
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Moat at Church View, 1-2 bed homes
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Moat is proud to present a stunning collection of one and two bedroom apartments for shared ownership at Church View in Tenterden, Kent.
Our superb collection of homes are ideally located just minutes from the quaint high street with all the amenities you could need.
These homes are available to reserve and move into straight away.
All of these beautiful apartments come complete with the following:
- Fully fitted Symphony Plaza kitchen in mussel with dark oak laminate worktops and stainless steel splashback
- Integrated appliances, including oven, hob, hood, fridge freezer and washing machine
- Fully fitted bathroom with shower, screen and heated towel rail
- Carpet to bedroom and Forbo Novilion vinyl flooring to all other areas
- One parking space per apartment
- Balcony to coach houses and some apartments
- Central heating
- 12 year Premier warranty.
(Above is the current proposed specification and is subject to change)
Local area information
Your home at Church View is a short walk away from the town centre of Tenterden. Alongside its fantastic connections to nature, Tenterden offers a beautiful high street with a range of quirky shops, restaurants and pubs. It also provides a large leisure centre with a pool, fitness centre and tennis courts, a bowling green and children’s play areas.
Tenterden also shows off its varied history, with fascinating museums, churches and a variety of Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian buildings dotted around the town. Tenterden is also home to The Kent and East Sussex Railway where you can board one of its beautifully restored carriages and take a trip through the Rother Valley to Bodiam Castle and the coast.