Taylor Wimpey's north west division is helping buyers in Hope, Flintshire, save thousands of pounds with a combination of offers.

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  • For a limited time only, Taylor Wimpey will pay the Stamp Duty on selected new homes, leaving buyers with more money in their pocket once they've moved in.

    And if that is not enough, Taylor Wimpey's north west division is also offering a £10,000 discount on selected plots at the development.

    Alyn Meadows in the village of Hope, Flintshire, comprises a collection of four and five bedroom new homes with prices starting from £224,995. The developer's Stamp Duty paid incentive is only available on reservations made in February, so potential house hunters are urged to visit the development before it's too late.

    David Hnyda, regional sales manager for Taylor Wimpey's north west division, said: "We know how expensive Stamp Duty can be and when purchasing a property you don't need any extra financial burden. By buying at our Alyn Meadows development now, you could save anything from £2,250 to an impressive £10,050. That's a lot of extra money you could spend on furnishing your new home, going on holiday or even buying a new car."

    Currently available at Alyn Meadows is the four bedroom Carisbrooke home, priced from £224,995 - saving you £2,250 if purchased before the deal ends.

    This detached property features a kitchen/dining area, living room, a handy downstairs cloakroom and under stairs storage cupboard. The integral single garage can house an additional car or provide extra storage space if required.

    Upstairs you'll find the master bedroom with ensuite, two further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.

    The new homes at Alyn Meadows are within easy reach of several towns including Wrexham and Chester, which are just six and 10 miles away respectively, while Liverpool is just a 25 mile commute.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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