Saxon Gate is Taylor Wimpey's new development in Newton Village, Derby.

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  • The two bedroom Belford and the four bedroom Kentdale show properties are suitable for first time buyers, couples, growing families and downsizers alike.

    Carl Cooke, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "It's possible to get a realistic idea of what a new home will look like from drawings and plans, but there's nothing like walking round a sumptuously decorated show home to get a true flavour of what life here has to offer."

    The Belford benefits from an open plan kitchen/living/dining room opening through French doors to the private garden, plus a guest cloakroom and handy storage cupboard off the entrance hallway.

    An ensuite master bedroom, a further bedroom and a main bathroom can be found upstairs, while two allocated parking spaces are located outside. Homes of this design are priced from only £132,500 at Saxon Gate.

    The Kentdale, meanwhile, boasts a kitchen/dining room with utility room, a large lounge and a guest cloakroom on the ground floor, plus an ensuite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom upstairs. Homes of this design also include a private garden, garage and driveway parking.

    Alternative house designs at Saxon Gate in Newton Village, Derby, include the three bedroom Croften, priced from £167,500, and the four bedroom Draycott priced from £229,995.

    Taylor Wimpey offers a range of incentives for first time buyers and those with a property to sell. They include the Government's Help to Buy scheme, which lets eligible purchasers secure their ideal home for 80 per cent of its full price, including a 5 per cent deposit.

    Saxon Gate at Newton Village is close to a wealth of facilities, including an Asda supermarket, health centre, banks, library and local shops, while regular bus services operate from the development into Derby city centre.

    Stenson Fields Primary Community School is a short walk away. Less than a mile away is the Stenson Lock on the Trent and Mersey Canal, which provides an idyllic setting for the 18th century waterside pub The Bubble Inn as well as walks along the towpath.

    Sinfin Golf Course is within walking distance, while Moorways Sports Complex is located three miles from the new homes, offering a range of sporting facilities.

    The development is also less than a mile from the A50 for quick links to the M1, while regular direct rail services operate from Derby railway station to London St Pancras, Birmingham New Street, Nottingham and Sheffield.

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