Taylor Wimpey has released its brand new, two bedroom apartments for sale at the popular Great Western Park development in Didcot. The fantastic apartments are ideal for first time buyers looking to get their foot on the property ladder.
The apartments are perfectly proportioned for couples looking for their first home. Spread across one floor, there is a spacious open plan kitchen/living area, a master bedroom with an ensuite, a further double bedroom and a second bathroom. There is also a handy storage cupboard in the hallway and each property comes with allocated parking. With prices starting from just £184,000, first time buyers using the Government backed NewBuy scheme can purchase an apartment with a deposit of £9,200.
Darren McCormack, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, commented: "These apartments are perfect for couples looking to buy their first home. With schemes now available such as NewBuy, it is the ideal time to start house hunting. We've got a variety of two bedroom apartments on offer, so please visit our sales office, no matter what your situation, and our experienced sales team will see what we can do to help get you moving this summer."
Located in the up and coming town of Didcot, Great Western Park is surrounded by a good selection of shops, restaurants and the popular Orchard Shopping Centre is less than two miles away.
The development is in a perfect location for commuters with the A34, M4 and M40 all within easy reach as are key commercial centres such as Oxford, Newbury, Swindon and Reading. Didcot Parkway railway station, which is less than two miles from the development, has regular services to London Paddington, with a journey time of around 40 minutes.
Currently available at Great Western Park is two, three and four bedroom properties with prices starting from £184,000.
For further information about the properties available at Great Western Park, visit the sales and marketing suite open Monday from 1pm to 5pm and Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm.
See Also: Property News (8792), Taylor Wimpey (2525), Great Western Park (22), Didcot (20)
Date Published: 10 August 2012