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Stafford, Staffordshire

In light of the new Government guidelines coming into place 19th July 2021, we will continue to operate by appointment only. We do kindly request that you come to your appointments with face coverings (unless exempt).
Our Sales team are on hand by telephone and email to answer any further questions you may have

Somerford Park is a brand new development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Our sales office and show homes are now available to view by appointment only. Get in touch with our sales team to book your personal viewing appointment.

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4 bed Stockwood

4 bed Windsor

Somerford park is a brand new development of 2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes in the village of Brewood, a sought after location in the south of Staffordshire.

Located less than 0.5 miles walking distance away, there are a plethora of amenities within the village, including a SPAR convenience store, a hotel, café, salon, public house, boutique, florist and a library.

Cannock Shopping Centre and The Wulfrun and Mander Shopping Centres (located in Wolverhampton) are all less than 10 miles away for those looking for further retail therapy. With a number of retail parks also located on the edge of town, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping.

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Use our interactive site plan to find your new home.
Use our interactive site plan to find your new home.
Coming soon
  • GOVE 2 bedroom home
  • MILFORD 3 bedroom home
  • NEWBURY 3 bedroom home
  • OAKLEY 3 bedroom home
  • OXLEY 2 bedroom home
  • RICHMOND 4 bedroom home
  • STOCKWOOD 4 bedroom home
  • WINDSOR 4 bedroom home
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Work starts on 73 new homes in Brewood

Construction work has begun this month on a new housing development in Brewood in Staffordshire, bringing 73 new homes to this popular village. Located off Engleton Lane, Somerford…

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Financing your new home

Our simple mortgage calculator will help you understand what you can afford.

To use our mortgage calculator you need to provide some information about yourself, including: your income; deposit, if you are a first time buyer or will be using the Help-to-Buy scheme; the mortgage term and how much you would like to borrow. We retain this information so that we can keep you informed about Lovell developments that may be of interest to you. We do not share this information with any third party.

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Extending your mortgage term will reduce your monthly payments but increase the amount of interest you pay overall.
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* The interest rate is based up The Bank of England Base Rate on the 1st December, 2020 plus 1.1%
** The maximum loan amount is calculated using 3 times single income or 3.5 times joint income.
*** For First-time homebuyers who are eligible for an equity loan how much you can spend on your home will depend on which region it is in. Full details of the Help to Buy schemes can be found here.
* The interest rate is based up The Bank of England Base Rate on the 1 December, 2020 plus 4%
** Most lenders will require a deposit of 30% of the market value of the property
*** A buy-to-let mortgage is generally assessed on the rental income that a property is likely to generate. However, most lenders will also require you to have an income yourself.

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