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Our sales centres and show homes are open on an appointment only basis, with social distancing measures in place for your safety. See our COVID-19 page for further information.
DANIEL FOLD LANE, OFF COCK ROBIN LANE, CATTERALL PR3 0JZ
ABOUT THIS DEVELOPMENT
Calder View is a superb new Wainhomes development of luxury 3, 4 & 5 bedroom freehold† family homes, set in the rural village of Catterall, just north of Preston. This delightful small village is set in rural surroundings just two miles from the historic market town of Garstang yet less than fifteen minutes from Preston city centre.
Catterall nestles between the A6, Preston Lancaster New Road, and the B6430, Garstang Road and offers a real a sense of community with its own post office and shops. Local residents enjoy the quality of life that this village offers and it is easy to understand why, nestling in the countryside with relatively easy access to the M55 and the M6 motorways and the West Coast mainline rail network at Preston. Regular bus services run between Morecambe, Preston and Lancaster.
For those who enjoy the outdoor life – canal walks, fell walking and cycle trails are easily accessed from the development. The beautiful Forest of Bowland, an area of gritstone fells, deep valleys and peat moorland, and England’s largest national park – the world renowned Lake District – are both within easy reach of Calder View.
Call in and view our stunning, family Shakespeare and Wren 4 bedroom detached Show Homes to give you a glimpse of the lifestyle and luxury that could be in store for you at this fabulous development.
WAYS TO BUY
Whether you are a first time buyer, moving home, downsizing or investing, Wainhomes has a range of schemes to help get you moving.
If you’re looking to get on the property ladder, first time buyers can take advantage of the government’s Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. This will allow you to buy your dream first home with just a 5% cash deposit.
For those with an existing property to sell, our Part Exchange* and Movemaker* schemes are available on selected homes. Discover how we can buy your current home and you can move into your new Wainhome quickly and without worry.
In need of a break? Benefit from a Stamp Duty Holiday.
The Stamp Duty Holiday means anyone buying a property below £500,000 in England will not need to pay a Stamp Duty charge until 31st March 2021. This major saving applies to both first time buyers and those moving on from an existing home. If you are buying a second home, you will still be subject to the 3% stamp duty surcharge.
Here’s to more savings, more flexibility and more choice when buying your Wainhome. Speak to our Sales Executive today.
We are pleased to confirm that our sales centres and show homes remain open for you to visit on an appointment only basis, with social distancing measures in place for your safety.
See our COVID-19 updates page for further information.
† Freehold is included on all Wainhomes properties where possible, however there may be some circumstances where legal constraints prevent this. Please speak to our Sales Executive for further information regarding your chosen plot.
Part Exchange Available
If you are currently interested in viewing one of our fantastic homes but unfortunately not able to view one at your ideal location?
We have listed all our available show homes to view at this moment on one handy page. If your perfect house is listed and within a distance you’re willing to travel, you can find the contact details and then give our friendly and experienced sales team a ring to book an appointment.
If you are a first time buyer you may need a little help to take your first steps on the property ladder. With Help to Buy: Equity Loan you can purchase a brand new Wainhome with just 5% deposit and an equity loan from the Government of up to 20%.
(The graphic supplied is based on an example house price of £200,000 and only for illustrative purposes)
Please note: From April 2021 Help to Buy is only available to first time buyers. The previous Help to Buy scheme, which was also open to those with a house to sell is no longer taking new applications.
You can find out more about this change on the Help to Buy website.