House hunters looking for a family sized home at Taylor Wimpey's development in Romsey will need to act fast - or risk missing out on their ideal property.
Homebuyers have been quick to reserve their preferred plots at the popular Hampshire development and just one final five bedroom Buckingham house type now remains available to buy.
The last of these detached designs is priced at £530,000 and has living accommodation over three floors.
Fiona Creed, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "The plot 58 Buckingham is a fantastic family home that benefits from flexible accommodation including a family room, a study and a play room, offering endless options for modern family life.
"I urge would-be buyers to come and visit us as soon as they can to discover just what this magnificent home - and its fabulous location - has to offer."
The Plot 58 Buckingham has a living room and a kitchen/family room, both opening through French doors to the private garden, plus a dining room, study and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.
Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to an ensuite master bedroom with a dressing area, two further bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities, and a main bathroom. There are two additional bedrooms, another main bathroom and a reception room which could be used as a play room or games room on the top floor. Outside, there's a double garage and two allocated parking spaces.
Alternatively, there is a selection of four bedroom homes available to buy at Abbotswood priced from £315,000.
The Government's new Help to Buy shared equity scheme is available at Abbotswood, enabling eligible first time buyers and existing homeowners to secure their new home for 80 per cent of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5 per cent.
Help to Buy involves a Government loan of up to 20 per cent and is available on new build properties up to the value of £600,000. There is no salary cap for homebuyers taking advantage of the scheme.
Romsey offers all the amenities needed for everyday life whilst retaining a distinct sense of history. Norman Abbey dominates the town and is surrounded by charming medieval streets, while the town centre boasts a Waitrose supermarket, department store, and over 100 other shops, including high street stores and independent shops.
There is a choice of schools within easy reach, including Cupernham infant school, Cupernham junior school and The Mountbatten School for secondary age pupils - all rated 'Good' in their most recent Ofsted inspections, while the development is also conveniently located for Southampton University.
Romsey railway station provides direct services to Southampton, Brighton, Bristol and Cardiff while the town is within 10 miles of both the M27 and M3, providing fast links along the south coast and to London. Southampton Airport, which offers flights to around 50 destinations, is just 11 miles away.
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