Holme House is a new four storey residential development of 20 luxury residences located in Nottingham.
Helpful payment terms: spread the deposit over 18 months.
Only 4 apartments remaining.
Who is looking at this property?
Holme House is a new four storey residential development of 20 luxury residences located in Nottingham, only 4 apartments remaining.
A range of one and two bedroom apartments with parking have been carefully designed to cater for the rising demand of professionals in the area.
With Nottingham city centre just 15 minutes away, the combination of strong rental demand and Nottingham’s rising property prices makes Holme House a fantastic addition to any investors portfolio.
1 bedroom investor price £134,995 (3 remaining).
2 bedroom investor price £159,995 (1 remaining).
Helpful Payment Terms:
Spread the deposit over 18 months.
5% reservation deposit followed by 25% paid in monthly instalments during the 18 month construction period.
42sqm - 66sqm.
Holme House will provide a contemporary selection of one and two bedroom luxury apartments. The development has been designed to
integrate the very best modern features and sustainable building methods.
Anti-slip vinyl or wood veneer flooring, custom built kitchens, integral appliances and stylish bathroom suites come as standard, offering homes with style, luxury and comfort.
Kitchens have lighting, built-in appliances, cooker top, range hood, cupboards, worktops splashback, one and a half sink mixer tap.
Bathrooms have lighting, contemporary WC, vanity unit, basin with mixer tap, shower cubicle, shower shelf, towel rail.
Nottingham is a great place to live and has something to offer everyone – from a culturally rich city centre to picturesque villages in the surrounding countryside. The city has a strong independent retail scene alongside designer brands and high-street favourites, which makes Nottingham one of the best shopping destinations in the UK. For those who like to eat out there are a wealth of restaurants with cuisines from every corner of the globe. For the adventurous, the famous Sherwood Forest is only a short distance away and located on the edge of the Peak District, meaning
the great outdoors is just on your doorstep.
Business in Nottingham:
Innovative, forward thinking and fast growing.
Nottingham’s strategic location and access to road infrastructure has led over 50 national and regional companies to base their headquarters in the city. Global giants such as Boots, Eon, Speedo, Experian, Capital One and Paul Smith service their international client base from this business hub.
Nottingham leads the way in a number of industries including financial and business services, creative and digital, sciences and advanced manufacturing. Over 60% of the jobs in Nottingham are in knowledge intensive industries, well above the UK average. This vibrant economy attracts young professional talent, many of whom require high quality rental accommodation in the city centre.
The proximity of major road links, including the M1, A1, A52, A46 and A42, means the city is easily accessible. Over 70 trains a day run direct to London St. Pancras International. With Eurostar connections direct from St. Pancras, Nottingham is connected into the heart of Europe.
15. minutes to Nottingham Trent University.
20 minutes to the University of Nottingham.
A £250m redevelopment of the ‘Southern Gateway’ into the city centre is underway, encompassing a remodelled shopping complex and a new ‘City Hub’ college campus. This adds to the £1bn which has already been invested in Nottingham’s infrastructure.
With two universities in the heart of the city offering world-class education to over 60,000 students, the ability to attract a diverse and flexible workforce is guaranteed. Nottingham Trent University was ranked the #1 University in 2017 by Times Higher Education.
The latest HomeTrack Price Index Report revealed that Nottingham was the third best performing city in the country, with prices up 5.8% year on year. ‘Strong demand and attractive affordability is offering headroom for above average growth rates.’