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Shared Ownership Properties in Cheshire

It’s never been easier to own your dream home. With shared ownership, you purchase a share between 25% – 75%, and pay a reduced rent on the remainder. This means you don’t need to save for a large deposit, and that you can take your first steps onto the property ladder and become a homeowner, even if you don’t have the savings required to buy a property outright.

At Onward Living, we have a range of fantastic homes available to buy through the shared ownership scheme. And the homes we have in Cheshire are not just your average houses or apartments. We are talking brand new build properties, built to a high standard with excellent energy efficiency and modern layouts.

Ready to move in to your future new shared ownership home in Cheshire? Get in touch now to find out more!

Shared Ownership Cheshire

Sycamore Gardens

Chester Road, Great Sutton, CH66
3 & 4 Bedroom Homes
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Got any questions?

Feel free to get in touch if you want to know more about shared ownership properties in the Cheshire area. For further information about starting your journey towards moving into a shared ownership property, such as what part buy & part rent is all about, please see our FAQ section. Be aware that shared ownership is a great opportunity to get a foot onto the property ladder and our developments often sell out fast.

We often have starter homes available which are perfect for families and first-time buyers who are wanting to keep mortgage payments low. We also have developments including ground floor apartments, two bedroom houses and three or four bedroom family homes with a garden and multiple bathrooms and parking spaces. Our properties are often situated in locations which have great transport links nearby, suiting a variety of purchaser needs.

If you have had enough of sharing a kitchen and bathroom with flatmates, shared ownership could be for you!

About Cheshire

Cheshire is a county in northwest England, known for its rural villages of half-timber and local red sandstone buildings and for its Industrial Revolution heritage, with links to neighbouring cities; Manchester and Liverpool. Its county seat is Chester, founded as a Roman fort in the first century A.D. and home to Roman walls and a cathedral displaying 1,000 years of architectural history!

4 reasons to live in Cheshire

  • Great balance of city life and picturesque country

  • Excellent nightlife in Chester: From fancy cocktail bars to quirky pubs

  • It’s history: The Sandstone Trail, Peckforton & Beeston castles
  • Connectivity: If you fancy a change of scene, you can be in Liverpool or Manchester in under an hour