Bellway has completed the transformation of a disused former factory site into an attractive new homes development in Faversham.
Tylman Place is a development of 105 new houses and apartments.
The site in Graveney Road was previously home to the Nova garden furniture factory and had been derelict for seven years before Bellway submitted its planning application in 2017.
Mark Harrop, Sales Director for Bellway Kent, said: “Tylman Place has provided a wide range of homes to meet the needs of people looking to set down roots in the area. These ranged from one-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom detached houses.
“The development has completely transformed the landscape. We have created an attractive selection of homes on land which had been awaiting development for many years.
“Help to Buy has helped many of our customers to secure their new home with a five per cent deposit and a 20 per cent equity loan backed by the Government.
“The final three and four-bedroom homes are available with Help to Buy and will benefit from the recently announced stamp duty holiday.
“In addition to providing new homes, this former employment site has once again supported jobs throughout our build programme. The local economy will continue to benefit from the new residents who have come to live at Tylman Place.”
The final homes available for sale at Tylman Place are three and four-bedroom houses with prices ranging from £319,995 to £454,995. They each have a private garden.
The Help to Buy scheme is currently available on all new homes priced up to £600,000, providing the purchaser intends to live there and does not own another home.
Stamp duty is exempt on homes priced up to £500,000 until the end of March 2021.