Eaton PlaceCaesar Drive, Nuneaton, CV11
2 & 3 bedroom houses
Contact us on: 02380 820121
Eaton Place is a brand new development positioned between Nuneaton and Hinckley. As a resident of Eaton Place you can enjoy being part of a small town in Warwickshire with a wide range of facilities. Local supermarkets and Nuneaton town centre are just a short drive away, offering a range of bars, cafés, restaurants high street shops; the Abbeygate Shopping Centre is in the heart of the town and the Ropewalk Shopping Centre attracts shoppers from the surrounding areas.
For those that are into health and fitness there are a number of gyms for you to choose from and The Ambleside Club boasts some of the finest facilities in Nuneaton, including football and cricket pitches, an all-weather floodlit playing area, three tennis courts and two netball courts as well as two function rooms.
Eaton Place is in a great location when it comes to transport links; it’s 20 miles east of Birmingham and is close to the M6, the M42 and the A5. There are excellent rail links, enabling you to reach London Euston in an hour. For travel close to home there is a good local bus network, and for further afield the airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are approximately 35-minutes away by car.
The Shared Ownership scheme is a Part Buy, Part Rent way of owning your own home for a smaller up front payment. With Shared Ownership, you buy a share of your home using a mortgage from a bank or building society and pay a subsidised rent on the share you did not purchase. The combined mortgage and rent is usually less than you’d expect to pay if you bought a similar property outright.
At Eaton Place you can buy a minimum 45% share of your home (the maximum you can buy initially is 75%). When you’re ready, you can buy more shares until you staircase to owning 100% of your home.
To be eligible for shared ownership you would need to meet the following criteria:
• Your household income does not exceed £80,000 (outside of London) and £90,000 (inside of London)
• You have a deposit of at least 5% of the share value
• You do not own another property or have your name on the deeds or a mortgage for a property worldwide.
• This will be your only residence.
• You are a permanent UK resident or have indefinite right to remain.
Please note the minimum share you can purchase can vary depending on your financial situation and you may be asked to purchase a larger share, should your personal circumstances permit.
*Service charges are estimated and may subject to change.
**These photos are for information purposes only and may not represent a true likeness for the units being sold. They may have been taken from earlier phases or similar developments/house types and digitally furnished to represent how the home could be laid out; the final colours/appearance/specification may differ from the images and are not plot specific. We advise applicants to make their own investigations on future development in the area. We would suggest contacting the local authority for more information.
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