Taylor Wimpey's expert interior designers have pulled out all the stops to create three amazing showhomes at Forest Glen, the leading housebuilder's development of new properties for sale in Telford.
The interiors of these three homes each offer something different to appeal to Shropshire property-seekers with an eye for style - whatever their taste in design.
The stylish two-bedroom 'Morgan' showhome takes inspiration from the reality television show Big Brother, with bold, contrasting colours and to suit individuals and young couples looking to make a real statement by securing this brand new home in Telford.
The interior of the charming three-bedroom 'Barwell' home has been informed by the work of interior designer Sir Terence Conran, with its classic décor providing a calming, peaceful environment. The fabulous four-bedroom 'Brooklyn' showhome, meanwhile, boasts a Kelly Hoppen-inspired look, with metallic and neutral finishes creating a sleek, contemporary feel.
Carl Cooke, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "The three showhomes at our Forest Glen development of new houses in Telford simply have to be seen by anyone looking for inspiration for their new home.
"Not only do the individual designs reflect the very latest interior trends, but they also demonstrate the amazing lifestyle that purchasers at this development in Telford can look forward to in their brand new home."
There's a choice of stylish homes currently available to reserve at Forest Glen, including the two-bedroom 'Morgan' terraced house, priced from just £145,995, the three-bedroom 'Croft' semi-detached house from only £167,995, and the four-bedroom 'Frampton' townhouse from just £189,995.
The 'Brooklyn' showhome, meanwhile, features a spacious living room which spans the entire depth of the property and opens through French doors to the private rear garden, plus a contemporary kitchen with utility room, a separate dining room and a handy guest cloakroom located off the central entrance hallway.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to the en-suite master bedroom with dressing area and attractive Juliet balcony, a main bathroom and a further double bedroom, while two further well-proportioned bedrooms occupy the top floor.
All homes at Forest Glen are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.
To make choosing one of these high-quality homes even more appealing, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of helpful homebuyer incentives for first-time buyers and those with a property to sell.
Incentives can be tailored to customers' individual circumstances and are subject to availability, with full details available from the Sales Executive.
Forest Glen is located in Telford's sought-after Lawley Village community, which comprises four distinct neighbourhoods and has been carefully designed to offer a bustling social hub, a combination of contemporary and classical architecture, public open spaces and a host of local amenities, including a supermarket, offices, shops, community facilities and a primary school.
For commuters, the village is well served by both existing and planned public transport links, while the M54 and M6 are only a short drive away, with Telford's vast array of shopping and leisure opportunities located less than three miles away.
Lawley Village Management Services (LVMS), a joint venture between Bournville Village Trust and Beth Johnson Housing Association, will deliver Stewardship at Lawley Village, which includes estate wardens, enhanced community communications and events, digital technology and high-quality landscaping. Residents will also be encouraged to become actively involved and to make decisions about the future of their village.
To experience the stunning showhomes at Forest Glen, home-hunters can visit the Sales Centre, located off Lawley Drive, Telford, TF3 5HL and open daily from 11am to 5pm.
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Date Published: 12 June 2012