Bellway Homes says its Sky Plaza scheme in Farnborough can help buyers exploit the price gap between property in Hampshire and those in Surrey.

The Government’s UK House Price Index data, suggests buying in Hampshire rather than neighbouring Surrey, could save buyers as much as £135,500, as property prices drop by up to 30 per cent  as you move across the county line.

Hampshire is also one of the counties that will soon be enjoying faster internet as Government rolls out a £5 billion broadband upgrade plan called Project Gigabit.

Emma Jones, sales and marketing director at Bellway Thames Valley, said: “With the community set to benefit from improved internet capability, Bellway is delighted to offer properties in an area that will profit from the Government’s investment.

“Our three-bedroom family homes could provide the perfect work/home balance by being ideally located on the Hampshire and Surrey border. Great connection links to London and the option to explore wonderful local towns and villages present families with endless opportunities to make memories in a beautiful part of the country.”

“We now have The Lancaster, a beautiful three-bedroom show home available to view at Sky Plaza and would urge people to get in touch and book an appointment.”

Bellway says The Lancaster showcases impressive interiors and would make the perfect family home, plus the home is available with the Government led Help to Buy scheme where only a five per cent deposit is needed for first time buyers.

It boasts an impressive open-plan kitchen and dining area that will be the beating heart of a family home, with elegant French doors to the garden.  Upstairs includes a modern family bathroom, plus two double bedrooms and a single, with a contemporary en suite to bedroom one.

Prices at Sky Plaza start from £440,000 for a three-bedroom home. Visit

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