3 bedroom house for sale


Plot 3, 3 Comerwicke, Okeford Fitzpaine, DT11 0FJ

£128,000 · Shared Ownership New Build

Share percentage 40%, full price £320,000, £6,400 Min Deposit.

3 bedrooms
Private Garden
£128,000 Shared Ownership New Build

Share percentage 40%, full price £320,000, £6,400 Min Deposit.

Monthly Cost: £1,198
Rent £440, Service charge £36, Mortgage £722*

Calculated using a representative rate of 5.15%

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3-Bed home available in Okeford Fitzpaine


As you enter the property, there is a kitchen/diner to the right opening to the private garden and the living room to the left also opening to the garden. There is a WC located at the bottom of the stairs, which lead to the first floor.

At the top of the stairs bedroom 1 is to the left of the landing and 2 further bedrooms are to the right. The family bathroom is located in the middle.

There is a private garden to the rear of the property, as well as two allocated parking spaces to the side of the house.

Council tax banding - TBC.
Remaining term on lease - 990 years.

*While we endeavour to make our property descriptions and plans fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and may be subject to change. Accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. Shared ownership homes are bought as leasehold properties, for more information speak to our team. Service charges and rent payable on the unsold equity of this property will be reviewed annually with any changes coming into effect on the 1st April each year. Your home may be at risk of repossession if you don’t maintain your mortgage and rental payments.

Key Features

Shared Ownership


2 Allocated Parking Spaces

Private Garden

Fully Carpeted

Standard 16-21 Lease Type

Lease Length: 990 Years


Tenure: Leasehold
Council Tax Band: New build - Council tax band to be determined

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Gillingham (Dorset) (9.05 miles) Templecombe (9.24 miles) Sherborne (10.85 miles)
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Shared Ownership New Build
Estimated Monthly Cost:£1,198
Rent £440
Service Charge £36
Mortgage £722

Share percentage 40%, full price £320,000, £6,400 Min Deposit. Calculated using a representative rate of 5.15%

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