The wide selection of high-quality homes and special incentives on offer at Taylor Wimpey's Hightrees at Crookham Park development of property for sale in Church Crookham, near Fleet, Hampshire, means would-be buyers are bound to find their ideal match.
Hampshire property-seekers looking for new homes for sale in Church Crookham, Fleet, are being urged to take advantage of a fantastic opportunity to secure a beautiful family-size home at Taylor Wimpey's Hightrees development.
With a fabulous selection of houses for sale in Church Crookham available at the development - including the gorgeous three-bedroom 'Alder' terraced house, priced from £320,000, and the impressive three-bedroom 'Holly' townhouse, from £425,000 - it really is a case of home being where the heart is at Hightrees!
Research has revealed that deep down we are first and foremost a nation of home-lovers at heart. An independent study carried out for national home-builder Taylor Wimpey revealed that nearly 70% of people still aspire to own their own home, with one in three ranking it more important than getting married, having children or building a career.*
Almost half (46%) of those surveyed said they were prepared to scrimp and save for a deposit and one third (34%) would go without luxuries to afford mortgage payments.
Sarah Pasco, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "With a wonderful choice of family-size properties to buy in Church Crookham at Hightrees, it's the perfect time to visit the development and find your perfect match here before it's too late. We're sure visitors will fall in love with the peaceful location and these wonderful new homes in Church Crookham!
"Studies have shown that homeowners are more satisfied with their lives and happier than those in rented accommodation** and when you look at the many advantages of buying your own home, it's not difficult to see why.
"Choosing a brand new home over a second-hand property could save you thousands on DIY, maintenance and improvements, not to mention ongoing savings in areas such as fuel bills. Add to this the different financial incentives and assistance packages we can offer to make moving easy, and the benefits really do start to add up.
"With the housing market showing signs of recovery and house prices predicted to rise, it really is time for us all to fall in love with our homes again."
The 'Alder' features a light and airy living/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, a kitchen and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway. Upstairs, the landing leads to an en-suite master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, while outside, the property benefits from allocated parking.
Meanwhile, the ground-floor layout of the 'Holly' comprises a fabulous living/dining room, a kitchen and a guest cloakroom, while two double bedrooms, one with en-suite access to the family bathroom, occupy the first floor, and an en-suite master bedroom with dressing room enjoys appealing seclusion on the top floor. A garage and parking are found outside.
Alternatively, there's a choice of four-bedroom properties available at Hightrees priced from £460,000.
Crookham Park enjoys a convenient and peaceful location in Church Crookham, and a wealth of community amenities will be created at the development alongside the new homes.
Surrounded by woodland and open countryside, the new homes are also within easy reach of Church Crookham's range of amenities for everyday needs, including shops, pubs and a well-regarded infant and junior school.
Fleet railway station provides regular services to London Waterloo in under an hour, while the M3 is just four miles from home, putting the M25, Southampton and Portsmouth all within easy reach.
To fall in love with the 'Alder' or 'Holly' at Hightrees, property-seekers should visit the Sales Information Centre, located in Naishes Lane, off Sandy Lane, Church Crookham, GU52 8DB and open daily between 10.30am and 5.30pm.
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Date Published: 25 February 2013