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Ideal for first-time buyers

If you’re ready to take that first step, our new homes with their flexible layouts are the ideal place to start your journey.

Buying your first home

Taking that first step towards buying a new home is very exciting. But it can be confusing too. That’s why we’re here to help every step of the way.

Our homes are great for first-time buyers. Designed for flexible living, our rooms can be adapted to suit the way you live. So if you want a gym in the garage or your own office space, it’s not a problem. And because you’ll be stepping into a new home, you won’t have to worry about redecorating or renovating. It’s a blank canvas, ready for your personal touch.

You will want to easily get to the places that matter to you, so we make sure our homes are well connected for work, rest and play. We build more than just homes, we build neighbourhoods too.    


Help to Buy

Even with a strict budget, you may still be able to afford one of our great new homes. With the Help to Buy Scheme you may only need a 5% deposit to get started.

Find out more about Help to Buy here.

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Leave your worries at the door

As well as a 10 year structural warranty we have a 2 year warranty on the fixtures and fittings, helping you to avoid the worry of unexpected maintenance costs. Explore our interactive home to see what's covered.

Applicances: Electrical appliances (annual servicing where applicable) for the warranty to remain

Bathrooms: Sanitaryware taps and shower doors

Wardrobes: Fitted wardrobes from Barratt Homes

Windows: Including locks and frames

Driveway: Including paths and paved areas

Kitchen units: Fitted kitchen units from Barratt Homes

Brick walls: External boundary walls (excluding load bearing walls which are covered under NHBC Buildmark warranty)

Drainage: Internal and external drainage system

Ironmongery: Including locks and handles (does not cover wear & tear or failure to maintain)

Central heating: Central heating system plus any fires

Plumbing: Hot and cold plumbing system

Electrical: Fixed wiring and lighting system

Doors: Internal and external doors

Foundations: The builder is responsible for putting right any damage caused by their failure to build to the NHBC Standards

Structure: Including retaining walls and external cladding

Roofs and ceilings: Excluding normal shrinkage, condensation or cosmetic damage

Responsibilities and exclusions:

For further details about the 10 year Buildmark Warranty, including exclusions and your responsibilities, please click here

Used for illustration purposes and subject to terms and conditions. Please see the NHBC website for details.

New savings

Since getting my own place I was extremely shocked at how low the running costs were, and I actually over-budgeted for them.



We build our homes to stay warm and keep your bills down. They are up to 55% more energy efficient than a similar-size older home, which means you could save up to £1,312 a year on your energy bills*.

So when you move into your new home you can start to make savings straight away.

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What would you do with an extra £200, £500 or £1500 a year? Barratt homes are up to 65% more energy efficient than a similar sized older home, even after it's been modernised. Use our calculator to see how much you could save.

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About these calculations

All savings are based on space and water heating in a typical gas central heated property, using an average gas price of 4.21p/kWh correct as of July 2014. Savings are the modelled differences in heating running costs between typical historic homes (sourced from SAP 2009) and modern Barratt Homes (sourced from Barratt Homes), assuming the dimensions remain the same. Dimensions are based on the Holden (detached house), Barwick (Semi-detached house), Tiverton (mid-terrace house) and Foxton (flat) Barratt Home properties. Please note that savings may vary with different historical home configurations, construction type and building orientation which has an effect upon heating requirements. This information should only be used as a guide.

Out with the old

There's a few things you don't get as standard in a new Barratt home. You won't have to worry about old wiring, damp, outdated 80s wallpaper, Artex or cracks in the wall.

Less to stress about

We know that buying your first home should be a special moment in your life. The less stressful it is, the more you can enjoy it. We understand this, and do our best to make the buying process as easy and fuss-free as possible.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be there to guide you at every step of your journey to find a home that fits your budget and lifestyle.

We won’t confuse you with hidden costs or surprise fees – we believe in keeping things clear, simple and transparent.  And you’ll always have someone to talk to. We have dedicated customer service teams in every part of the country, and we’re making them bigger, better and faster.

On the day you move in we won’t just give you the keys; we’ll help you settle in. We’ll walk you through all the ins and outs of your new home – from how to work the boiler to where you can find the meters.

And with our customisation options, you won’t have to worry about finding the right builders, or spend your weekends doing DIY, because the home you want will be ready and waiting the day you open your front door for the first time. All you have to do is to make the place well and truly yours.





* Costs based upon the comparison of a new build four-bed detached house built to 2010 regulations vs. Victorian property (upgraded with modern-day improvements). An upgraded Victorian home means one which has the following improvements over original build specification: 200mm loft insulation, double glazing to half of all windows, a 72% efficient (non-condensing) gas boiler and insulated hot water cylinderSource: Zero Carbon Hub and NHBC Foundation 2012. http://www.zerocarbonhub.org/news/energy-efficient-homes-could-cut-annual-bills-half

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