High demand saw apartments snapped up at a pre-launch event for Taylor Wimpey's new development coming to Brentwood, Essex.

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  • Taylor Wimpey is urging potential customers to register their interest in St Helen's Mews in Brentwood, Essex.

    Tina Dedman, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey's east London division, said: "The homes at St Helen's Mews will be outstanding in terms of design and location, and we know that first time buyers through to downsizers will be thrilled to secure their place within this exciting new development."

    The development is situated within strolling distance of the shops, bars and restaurants of Brentwood, and is just a short hop from the heart of London.

    St Helen's Mews will comprise three and four storey apartment buildings set within landscaped grounds, providing an oasis of calm and comfort just yards from Brentwood's bustling town centre.

    Customers can choose from a selection of two bedroom homes finished to a high specification, including contemporary integrated kitchens and elegant chrome sockets throughout.

    The apartments also represent an excellent opportunity for investors to take advantage of the current property market and secure their price for a low maintenance apartment now.

    Brentwood is a vibrant place to live with a variety of high street stores, restaurants, pubs and bars all within a few minutes walk of the development.

    Also close by are King George's playing fields, while acres of peaceful woodland and three country parks are all within easy reach.

    For commuters, the town has road links to the M25, M11 and A12, and there are regular rail services to London's Liverpool Street in approximately 35 minutes from Brentwood railway station, only a short walk from the development.

    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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