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2 bedroom detached bungalow for sale
Newton Place, EAST WEMYSS, Fife
These new properties will be more energy efficient and ecological friendly than your normal house type, having benefited from the installation of Solar Photovoltaic panels. These panels will mean that electricity can be stored within the panel and any excess electricity can be sold back to the national grid. It is possible that the end result will be that any purchaser of these homes will have very low if indeed any electrical bill at all.
6' 2" x 5' 3" (1.88m x 1.60m)
Entrance is gained to the front of the property through a wood grain UPVC double glazed door into the vestibule area. An oak door with astragal glazed panels leads to the inner hallway.
Well proportioned hallway. Ceiling providing hatch to the loft. Access to a cloakroom cupboard which houses the utility meters.
16' 1" x 11' 4" (4.90m x 3.45m)
Entered via astragal glazed oak door into the well proportioned main public room. Plain coving to the ceiling. An array of power points and television points. Oak twin French style doors with astragal glazed panels leading to the kitchen/dining room.
12' 7" x 11' 11" (3.84m x 3.63m)
Fitted kitchen comprising a large array of floor and wall mounted units with under-pelmet lighting and ample worktop surfaces with stainless steel inset sink and drainer. Splash-back tiling. Integrated appliances include a fitted stainless steel extractor, 4-ring gas hob and electric oven. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for upright fridge/freezer and tumble drier. A wood grain UPVC double glazed door leads to the rear garden and a matching window overlooks the rear garden.
11' 11" x 10' 5" (3.63m x 3.18m)
Double bedroom with double fitted wardrobe with mirror glass sliding doors and internal shelf and hanging rail. An array of power points and television point. Window overlooking the rear garden.
En-Suite Shower Room
8' 8" x 3' 10" (2.64m x 1.17m)
Fitted with white 'Roca' WC, matching wash hand basin and double width shower cubicle with sliding doors and 'Mira' electric shower. Finished with ceramic tiling. Shaver point. Opaque glazed window.
11' 2" x 9' 2" (3.40m x 2.79m)
Double bedroom and in addition to the room sizes shown there is a double mirror fitted wardrobe with internal shelf and hanging rail. Window overlooking the gable of the property.
8' 4" x 6' 11" (2.54m x 2.11m)
Fitted with a white 'Roca' 3 piece suite comprising; WC, wash hand basin and bath with tap to wall mounted shower fitting. The lower half of the walls are finished with co-ordinated ceramic tiling. Heated towel rail. Shaver point. An opaque glazed window provides natural light and ventilation. Storage cupboard (this could be removed and replaced with a shower cubicle).
The gardens to the front and rear have been laid-to-lawn and are screened with wooden fencing. There is a large mono-paved driveway providing off street parking.
The home is heated by a system of gas centrally heated radiators.
The property has wood grain UPVC double glazed windows and doors.
The property has been fully carpeted throughout.
Please note that the property is finished throughout with solid oak facings and skirting’s and matching doors with co-ordinated ironmongery.
The Government has published proposals to provide you with a premium for electricity you generate from a solar PV (photovoltaic) system on your property. The incentive – known as a tariff (also being branded as the Clean Energy Cashback scheme) – is proposed to last for 25 years and is expected to come into effect in April 2010.
What’s the opportunity?
By installing a solar PV system on your roof , based on the current Government proposals you will be entitled to:
• Savings in electricity payments from the clean, renewable electricity you generate
• A Tax free Income from electricity you sell (an export tariff)
• A secure tax free investment that is not subject to any recessionary fluctuations
• A hedge against rising electricity prices
• A great sense of satisfaction, knowing you are doing your bit to cut carbon!
• A Tax free Income from the electricity you generate (41.3p per kwh)
OK so let’s look at an example based on the Government’s current proposals and tariff structure:
Let’s say you buy and install a 2.5kW PV system, which would normally cost around £12000 at today’s prices
A 2.5kW PV system will generate about 2,125 units (kilowatt hours (kWh)) of electricity per year  and the generation tariff is set at 41.3p per unit.
As well as receiving the generation tariff for every one of those units, you’ll typically use about half of that in your house , and export the rest to the grid, resulting in a payment for the exported units at 3p/unit. It is forecast that the electricity companies will pay you 3p for 50% of the amount generated to avoid export meters being installed before the introduction of Smart Meters.. This price will be index linked.
And, if you use half the electricity that is generated, you save buying regular electricity at 13p / kWh .
Income from generation tariff (2125 x 41.5p) £877.63
Income from electricity sales (1062 x 3p) £31.86
Savings on avoided electricity purchases (1062 x 13p) £138.06
Total annual income + savings £1047.55
On your payment of £12,000 you could get back approximately 8.75 % per year tax free.
The amount might vary a little each year depending on electricity prices, but that’s a pretty healthy investment. Over the 25 years for which it is proposed the tariff is guaranteed, we estimate you’d earn nearly £20,000 based on this example , which will give you a modest profit on your original outlay. And the great thing about solar PV is its life span  is even longer than the tariff, so you would carry on benefiting from free electricity for years to come!
The small print:
(Company Name) is not a financial services company, so the example above is indicative only. Customers wanting to compare solar PV as an investment or security should consult an IFA or other relevant professional.
Please note that the tariff legislation only covers Great Britain; Northern Ireland is excluded.
 The Government is proposing that the tariffs will come into effect in April 2010.
 The price of installing a PV system is averaged in the example above. You could pay more or less than £12,000 depending on the technology you choose and how complex the installation is.
 In the example, we’ve assumed that for every kwp of PV installed, you will generate 850kWh per annum. This is a national average, which assumes a south facing pitch of 30-40 degrees, with no shading issues.
4] The Energy Savings Trust assumes that 50% of PV-generated electricity is used by the homeowner and 50% is exported based on a survey of UK electricity suppliers.
 Typically, the power output of PV modules and tiles is warranted for 25 years. Their life span is considerably longer; up to 40 years according to some manufacturers.
 It is possible you may need to replace your inverter during the 25 years
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