Ex-Army barracks create new homes for first-time buyers

At Beaufort Green in Uxbridge, the Army's former married quarters estate has been refurbished into new apartments from £274,950.
If the Government's barracks closure programme has an upside, it's that it will create homes for first-time buyers. Property firm Annington, which owns and manages the Army's former married quarters estate, is accelerating the release of refurbished homes for sale.
These mostly terrace houses, semis and purpose-built flats are, in the main, plain and uninspiring to look at but nevertheless can be spacious and offer good value for money, often coming with new kitchen and bathroom, a garage and well-established garden. Normally the properties are sold at a discount to the local market, and there is an opportunity for buyers to add value.

At Beaufort Green, Uxbridge, two-bedroom apartments cost from £274,950 and four-bedroom houses start at £385,000. Call 01895 254922.

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