A homebuilder is offering the chance to save time and exchange your way to a new home in Glastonbury.

Elan Homes is offering assistance to potential buyers, cutting down the average waiting time of securing a home in the town.

According to figures from Home.co.uk, residents typically have to wait around 132 days.

The construction company is offering its final homes at Avalon in Glastonbury to sellers who may be anxious about finding a buyer for their existing homes.

There are two four-bedroom houses available, poised to accommodate all the needs of a modern family.

Elan regional sales director Tracey Ball said: "Recognising that people considering buying one of these homes are likely to have a house to sell first.

"We have a choice of schemes to help.

"Part exchange is a speedy solution for those who want to buy a more expensive home than the one they’re selling.

"It’s a great way of saving time and money as we effectively act as a guaranteed cash buyer for the customer’s home.

Somerset County Gazette: Residents typically have to wait around 132 days

"There’ll be no last-minute haggles over the price or complications of a slow-moving chain.

"Instead, you could exchange contracts in a matter of weeks and enjoy a quick and simple move."

Ms Ball further explained customers could use Elan's EasyMove scheme where the house is marketed by a trusted agent and the contracts for the new and old home are exchanged simultaneously, with Elan footing the agent's fee.

Both the homes, priced at £465,000, are Broughton style properties featuring a lounge with double doors leading into a dedicated dining room, an open plan kitchen and family room, study, utility, and a cloakroom.

The family room and dining room have direct access to the rear garden and two of the bedrooms have an ensuite.

Placed on Old Wells Road, life at Avalon brings the best of Glastonbury.

Located within a 10 mile radius of Worthy Farm, the home of Glastonbury Festival, residents are also presented with an opportunity to explore the outdoors with the likes of Glastonbury Tor.

Also available are eateries, high street stores, independent shops and a regular market.

To make an inquiry about the final homes at Avalon, prospective buyers can call Killens at 01749 671172 or visit the website www.elan-homes.co.uk/developments/avalon.