Icknield Way

Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 4JY


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New 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes in Hertfordshire

minimum share
40%
share value from
£118,000
full value from
£295,000
Overview
Features
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Local area
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Affordability guide
Overview

Welcome to Icknield Way

A contemporary collection of 2 & 3 bedroom homes available for Shared Ownership, offering you the chance to get on the property ladder and own a beautiful home which has been built to the highest standards.  

Set on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the historic market town of Tring offers peaceful country living within easy commuting distance of London. With excellent connections, including under 45 minute travel time to London Euston and direct routes to Oxford and Cambridge, you really are at the centre of it all.  

When you’re ready to explore all that Tring has to offer, you can take advantage of the local football, cricket, hockey and golf clubs, together with a sports and leisure centre. Or enjoy the green spaces in the town itself and the nearby College Lake Nature Reserve is a great day out. Or head in the opposite direction and explore Wendover Woods. Wherever you choose to explore, you’ll truly feel at home being surrounded by some of England’s most beautiful countryside. 

Your new home is surrounded by local amenities, including the choice of supermarkets and local shops, a post office, schools, pharmacy and doctors’ surgery on hand. There is even a pop-up cinema nearby that is perfect to spend your weekends at! No wonder Tring is such a desirable area to get on the property ladder. 

Legal & General Affordable Homes is offering a unique opportunity to purchase a new home here through Shared Ownership. Thanks to this scheme, you can own your own home with a lower deposit than is required to buy outright or with other buying schemes. 

The first phase of homes at Icknield Way will be ready to move into from Winter 2022.

For more information and to stay informed of updates please register your interest today.


Council Tax: TBC
Council tax bands are often not released until the property is complete. If you need any guidance, please get in touch with our Sales Consultants otherwise the local authority or the developer may be able to help.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for a home at Icknield Way, you'll need to:
Have a gross household income of no more than £80,000 per annum
Be unable to purchase a suitable home to meet your housing needs on the open market
Not already own a home or you will have sold your current home before you purchase
Features

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Indesit oven, gas hob and chimney hood
Indesit fridge/freezer, dishwasher & washing machine
Communal gardens for Apartments
Turf & paved patio area to rear garden- for Houses
Parking bay/s or car port/s depending on home type
NHBC 12 Year Building Warranty
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Local area

Options in every direction 

You will never be bored living at Icknield Way as the surrounding area is full of interesting places to visit and fun things to do such as the Rogue Racing Go-Kart centre at Aylesbury and Whipsnade Zoo for example. Aylesbury has a bowling alley too, together with waterside theatre and an impressive shopping arcade, while Berkhamsted boasts its very own castle and a country estate at Ashridge House that used to be home to Henry VIII. 

The Chilterns are on your doorstep and Tring was originally an easy passing place through the hills. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is full of hiking and cycle trails, historic buildings and delightful tea rooms. And you don’t have to travel very much further to reach the Cotswolds with its picturesque villages (and not to mention the designer bargains at Bicester!) 

Imaging spending your weekends exploring the historic colleges and gourmet restaurants of Cambridge or the next enjoying a day at the races in Newmarket. Living at Icknield Way, you’ll never run out of exciting new experiences to enjoy both near and far. 

With direct trains in under 45 minutes into London Euston and direct trains to Milton Keynes, you really are perfectly placed. Tring railway station is located just outside the town and there is also an excellent bus service to local destinations and across Hertfordshire. 

The A41 runs close to the town, linking you directly to the M40 (for Oxford and Birmingham) and the M25 (for connections to the M1 and national motorway network). 

Ready to explore further afield? The nearest airport is Luton, but Stansted is also handy and Heathrow is easy to reach via the M25. Yet perhaps the best form of transport is to pull on your walking shoes or take your bike and spend a leisurely afternoon following the towpath alongside the nearby Grand Union Canal. 

The first phase of homes at Icknield Way will be ready to move into from Winter2022.

For more information and to stay informed of updates please register your interest today.

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Nearby amenities

GP Surgery
0.7 miles
Children's Nursery
1.1 miles
Supermarket
1.1 miles
Golf Course
2.1 miles
Primary School
1.2 miles
Wendover Train Station
4.4 miles
Leisure Centre & Pool
1.6 miles
Hospital
7.8 miles
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Affordability guide

Estimate Household Income

When looking for your new home, it’s important to understand what you can afford. To help get an idea of the estimated affordability for a home on this development, you can apply the 40% net income approach. In simple terms, this means that a household should not spend more than 40% of their household income to pay for their mortgage, rent and service charge.

2 Bed Coach £41,735* 2 Bed Apt. £45,881** 2 Bed House £51,529*** 3 Bed House £68,816^

As a rough estimate, the graphics above suggests the household income required to purchase; however, people with a lower income may be able to secure a property if they have a larger deposit. (i.e. if you have a larger deposit saved, where you have higher savings, your household income can be lower than the figure quoted above).

  • *2 Bed Coach House based on a £118,000 for a 40% share

**2 Bed Apartment based on a £120,000 for a 40% share

***2 Bed House based on a £158,000 for a 40% share

^3 Bed House based on a £210,000 for a 40% share

How it works

Shared Ownership is a government-backed scheme which allows first-time buyers – or those who do not currently own a property – the opportunity to purchase a home at a more affordable price.

Affordability Guide graphic for Shared Ownership from Legal And General Affordable Homes based on a 5 percent deposit and a 40 percent share value.

The Shared Ownership scheme is simple – you buy an initial share of  between 25% and 75% of the homes full value and pay a subsidised rent on the remainder.

You may purchase further shares (up to 100%) as your circumstances change, should you choose to.

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