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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Stocker Court, CT18 7SH, 2 bed homes
Available through a shared ownership resale scheme, a well presented two-bedroom, ground floor apartment with parking. This property has recently been re-decorated and carpeted with a modern white and grey interior design, situated in a popular residential area of Hawkinge.
Ground floor apartment with a secure communal entrance and double-glazed windows. Upon entering the property, you have an entrance hall, following onto the bathroom which includes a cubical shower and a separate bathtub. Well-presented open plan living/dining room and kitchen area, which benefits from a bright and spacious atmosphere due to natural lighting from the four large windows, the kitchen Includes; inbuilt oven and hob, inbuilt fridge/freezer and integrated washing machine. Both bedrooms include in-built wardrobes with plenty of storage space. The property also benefits from underfloor heating, an allocated parking space as well as visitor parking.
Entrance Hall 4.25m x 1.07m
Bathroom/wc 2.69m x 1.90m
Bedroom 1 3.50m x 3.16m
Bedroom 2 3.26m x 2.65m
Kitchen Area 3.39m x 2.65m
Lounge/Dining Area 5.70m x 4.17m at widest
Length of Lease: Approx. 114 Years
Council Tax Band: Folkestone & Hythe Council Tax Band – D
Gross Internal Area: 62 Square Metres
Local area information
• Stocker House is located in Stocker Court a turning making up part of a larger residential development in the Hawkinge area of Folkstone, Kent.
• The area has great transport links to the surrounding big cities.
• The city offers a range of shops, restaurants and contemporary bar/pubs.
• The village itself is nestled on top of the North Downs overlooking views of the Romney Marsh and Channel.