If the thought of raising your family in a spacious new home situated in a picturesque market town location appeals to you, then look no further than Taylor Wimpey Midlands' idyllic Warwick Chase development in Warwick.
"Warwick Chase is continuing to attract a diverse mix of house hunters, but due to the exquisite range of family homes currently on offer, we've received an influx of interest from those looking to move up the property ladder," states Anne Wallace, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands.
One such design which is drawing particular attention is the stunning three bedroom Ely house type.
The Ely design hosts ample space for a young family. This house type boasts a sizeable kitchen, attractive living and dining room with French doors leading to the rear garden and a guest cloakroom on the ground floor, while upstairs you'll find the master bedroom with en suite, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The Ely is priced at just £199,995, which is extremely competitive for the area. As Home of the Week this property comes complete with two parking spaces, carpets throughout and turf to the rear garden.
Anne concludes: "Although just a stone's throw from Warwick's bustling town centre, Warwick Chase is nestled into the beautiful countryside, so offers our purchasers the best of both worlds. Plus the development is well connected as it's close to the motorway network meaning Birmingham, Solihull, Leamington Spa and even Oxford are all commutable in under an hour."
Warwick Chase is being built by one of Taylor Wimpey's award winning site managers, demonstrating the excellent standard of workmanship throughout the new houses being constructed.
For further information about the selection of homes available at Warwick Chase, Taylor Wimpey Midlands recommends you book your appointment with one of the company's expert sales advisers. The sales office is open Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm.
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Date Published: 24 April 2012