The house builder claims its sales centre has been inundated with buyers dropping in to see a model of its new development in Langstone, Newport.

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  • With interest in Lydia Beynon Gardens, a collection of three and four bedroom houses in Langstone, Newport, continuing to run high, would-be buyers are being urged to hurry.

    Sara Taylor, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "Lydia Beynon Gardens offers prospective purchasers a wonderful opportunity to snap up a high quality new home in a desirable village setting that's just a short distance from Newport and the M4."

    There's currently a choice of new homes available at Lydia Beynon Gardens, including three bedroom houses from just £182,500 and four bedroom properties from £270,995.

    The four bedroom Shelford detached house is priced from £304,995 and features a kitchen/dining room opening through French doors to the private garden, plus a living room, study and guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, the landing leads to an ensuite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while the property also benefits from a garage and allocated parking.

    Taylor Wimpey offers a range of purchaser incentives, including Part Exchange and easymover for those with a property to sell and 5 per cent deposit schemes for first time buyers.

    Lydia Beynon Gardens is a new development of just 61 houses located off Chepstow Road, Langstone.

    Langstone Primary School and Caerleon Comprehensive School are located a short distance from the development.

    Langstone's location is ideal for commuters, with the M4 on the doorstep and Newport four miles from home, Cardiff 18 miles away and Bristol just 26 miles from the development. A direct bus service links the village with Newport railway station, which offers direct services to Cardiff in 15 minutes, to Swansea and to Bristol.

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