Leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties is continuing to invest in Andover with the forthcoming launch of The Chariots development at the popular Augusta Park site.
Following on from the success of the company's adjacent development, The Villas, The Chariots will be an impressive scheme which will comprise just 156 brand new properties. The development will consist of a range of two, three, four and five bedroom designs to suit those looking to get onto the property ladder and growing families alike.
"The Chariots has come about as a direct result of increasing demand for quality yet affordable new homes in Andover," states Fiona Creed, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties.
She adds: "We have established a long-standing reputation for building desirable properties in sought-after locations and from the interest we have already received for our Andover site, we're expecting our latest development in the town to be a popular choice among local house hunters."
The development, which is situated off Ickneild Way, is set to officially launch with an on site marketing suite in January 2013. The first release of properties includes the three bedroom Kirkstone home priced from £220,000. First time buyers and home movers are at this stage being encouraged to register their interest in the exciting new collection of homes.
Fiona concludes: "Due to the stage of build, our purchasers will be able to take advantage of buying off plan, meaning they can choose from our wide selection of kitchen units and worktops along with bathroom tiles, enabling them to truly personalise their new home."
The Chariots is conveniently situated close to many of Andover's excellent amenities. What's more, there are primary schools within walking distance and secondary schools are just over a mile away. The area has fantastic transports links by train or by car, making Andover an ideal location for the everyday commuter.
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Date Published: 26 November 2012