2 bedroom apartment for sale
Franklin Court, Brook Road, WD6 5FN
£93,125 · Shared Ownership New Build

Share percentage 25%, full price £372,500, £4,656 Min Deposit.

2 bedrooms
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£93,125 Shared Ownership New Build

Share percentage 25%, full price £372,500, £4,656 Min Deposit.

Monthly Cost: £1,194
Rent £640, Service charge £90, Mortgage £464*

Calculated using a representative rate of 3.94%

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Brand new 2 bedroom apartment at Franklin Court, Borehamwood, featuring open plan living area, two double bedrooms and tiled bathroom


Flat 111, Franklin Court

This beautiful new build two bedroom apartment features a versatile open plan kitchen and living/dining room, two double bedrooms and a stylish bathroom. The elegant kitchen boasts quartz worktops and integrated Bosch appliances and the living/dining room is an excellent space for relaxing and entertaining.

The two double bedrooms are bright and airy and offer plenty of space for furniture, so there's plenty of scope to add your own personal touches, while the modern bathroom features full-height porcelain tiling and Grohe fittings.

This home comes with an allocated parking spot in the secure internal parking, and there is 24hrs CCTV on the development, as well as secure bicycle store. Each home also features audio and video entry phone.

Price of this home
The full market value of this home is £372,500 but, with shared ownership, you could purchase an initial 25% share for just £93,125 and pay a monthly rent on the remaining share. If you're buying with a mortgage you may only need a deposit of 5% of the amount you borrow, meaning your deposit could be as low as £4,657.

Room measurements
Living room - 3.8m x 3.2m

Kitchen/dining room - 3.6m x 4.6m

Bedroom 1 - 4.2m x 3.3m

Bedroom 2 - 4.2m x 2.1m

Total floor area - 65m²

Local Area

Borehamwood is a small town on the outskirts of London mainly known as one of the main
centres of the UK film and television industries.

Situated in Southern Hertfordshire, it has seen a rising development from the 1920s after the construction of the film production studios. Moreover, the expansion of London's transportation network and the presence of fast train connections to the city have had a major impact on the populations' growth.

From the 1920s Borehamwood has earned the nickname of the 'British Hollywood' thanks to the construction of numerous film studios. Although most of them have now been reduced in size or
demolished, many films and shows are still filmed in the streets of the town. BBC Elstree Studios is no exception, still hosting nationwide famous shows as The Voice, Strictly Come Dancing and the popular soap EastEnders.

Today, Borehamwood is a residential suburb currently undergoing a substantial housing transformation. It offers several schools and large new shopping areas as Borehamwood Shopping Park. It is served by trains operated by First Capital Connect on the Thameslink route, and it is well connected with the A1 road and the M25 motorway.

About shared ownership
Shared ownership gives you the opportunity to get your foot on the property ladder at a price you can afford.

You qualify for shared ownership if you:

* Have a household income of under £80,000 (£90,000 in London)
* Don't currently own your home and can't afford to on the open market
* Can afford the minimum deposit
* Pass an affordability check to make sure you can get a mortgage

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Key Features
  • New two bedroom apartment
  • Elegantly designed contemporary kitchen
  • Bosch stainless steel hob and integrated oven, washer-dryer and fridge-freezer
  • Porcelain kitchen floor tiles and quartz worktops
  • Versatile open plan living area
  • Wood flooring in living room and hallway
  • Two double bedrooms with carpet and ample space
  • Porcelain-tiled bathroom with Grohe fittings
  • Secure car park and bicycle storage
  • Landscaped courtyard and playground
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Floor Plan
Elstree & Borehamwood (0.57 miles) Radlett (2.73 miles) Stanmore (3.04 miles)
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The ‘Estimated total monthly cost’ for a Shared Ownership property consists of three separate elements added together, rent, service charge and mortgage.

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  • Rent: this is charged on the share you do not own and is usually payable to a housing association (rent is not generally payable on shared equity schemes)
  • Service Charge: covers maintenance costs for the property as a whole and communal areas
  • Mortgage: Share to Buy ltd are specialist Shared Ownership mortgage brokers and we use a database of daily updated mortgage rates to work out the lowest rate available for the deposit amount shown, and then generate an estimated monthly payment on a 25 year capital repayment basis.

NB: this mortgage estimate is not confirmation that you can obtain a mortgage and you will also need to satisfy the requirements of the relevant mortgage lender. Nor is this a guarantee that in practice you would be able to apply for such a rate, and nor is this a recommendation that the rate used would be the best product for you.

Shared Ownership New Build
Estimated Monthly Cost:£1,194
Rent £640
Service Charge £90
Mortgage £464

Share percentage 25%, full price £372,500, £4,656 Min Deposit. Calculated using a representative rate of 3.94%

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