Phase One established Taylor Wimpey's Bridgefield development as one of the region's most sought after locations. And now history is about to repeat itself.

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  • Taylor Wimpey's sales have soared since opening the doors of its new show home in Phase Two of the Bridgefield development in Ashford, Kent.

    There is a selection of three and four bedroom properties available. Homes are currently selling at an average rate of one per week.

    Paula Carter, sales manager at Taylor Wimpey's south east division, says: "Bridgefield has a track record of being one of Kent's most popular new homes developments.

    "The first phase sold out quickly and now the newly released and eagerly awaited second collection is also proving to be a big hit with buyers."

    Three bedroom homes at Bridgefield range in price from only £177,495 to £199,995, while four bedroom houses are priced from £229,995 to £269,995.

    One of the new homes now on sale is the four bedroom Midhurst, priced from £289,995.

    The ground floor of this detached home features a double garage, large open plan kitchen/dining room and separate living room, each with French doors to the garden, plus a study, utility room, entrance hall and cloakroom.

    Upstairs, the landing leads to the ensuite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    Like all new homes at Bridgefield, the Midhurst includes double glazing, central heating and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

    Bridgefield is located against a woodland backdrop, yet lies within easy reach of Ashford's high street shops, boutiques, bars and leisure facilities, the Bluewater and Lakeside shopping centres, and rail connections to London and the Continent. A good choice of primary and secondary schools is also close by.

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