Buyers can take their pick from the brand new selection of homes now on sale at The Pavilions development.

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  • A superb choice of stylish two bedroom apartments and spacious three and four bedroom houses in Wokingham is on sale now at The Pavilions.

    By choosing a home off-plan at this early stage of the development in Wokingham, purchasers can choose from Taylor Wimpey's stunning Options range to ensure their dream home is finished and fitted out to their personal specifications.

    Tim Betts, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "Opportunities to own a brand new, maintenance-free home in Wokingham do not come along very often.

    "At The Pavilions, purchasers can enjoy life in a high quality home in a peaceful location - and also enjoy quick access to the major employment centres along the M4 corridor in Berkshire, as well as handy links to central London.

    "Anyone in search of a new home in a great location should make sure they visit our temporary sales office at The Parks without delay and be among the first to see full plans, property designs and prices for this sensational selection of beautiful new homes for sale in Wokingham."

    The wide range of properties at The Pavilions will offer exceptional choice for a range of movers, from first time buyers and downsizers through to growing families and executives.

    Two bedroom 'Oval House' apartments are priced from as little £210,000, three bedroom terraced homes from just £299,995, and four bedroom townhouses from only £349,995.

    The four bedroom Plot 115 'Steel' townhouse, for example, is priced at just £349,995, and features a spacious living room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, a contemporary kitchen/dining room and a handy guest cloakroom located off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to two double bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities, and a main bathroom, while the ensuite master bedroom and a further double bedroom occupy the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from allocated parking.

    To make choosing one of the high quality homes at The Pavilions even more appealing, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of helpful buyer incentives, such as the NewBuy scheme, which makes 95 per cent mortgages available to credit-worthy purchasers, whether they are first time buyers or have a property to sell.

    In 2007, a major national estate agents ranked Wokingham as the number one place to live in the UK. The quality of life poll praised the area's quality schools, strong employment opportunities, low crime rates, excellent transport links and abundance of leisure pursuits.

    The range of quality primary, secondary and private schools in Wokingham will please parents, while a strong local sports scene and good selection of community groups offer a wealth of leisure time pursuits for both children and adults.

    The excellent choice of shops, entertainment venues and restaurants already available in the centre of Wokingham will soon be added to by a major £35m regeneration scheme which proposes to revamp the town centre and bring a massive boost to the local economy.

    Reading town centre is just a few miles away and is home to a leading university, top sports sides including Reading FC and London Irish rugby club, fantastic shopping, several international companies, a major UK music festival, entertainment venues, top restaurants and numerous nightlife options.

    With a border skirting Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire, and sitting just 33 miles from central London, Wokingham Borough is ideally located for a wealth of destinations. Road and rail links make accessing the capital easy and mean Wokingham is a popular place with commuters, who can travel by train to London in under an hour.

    For the latest incentives, click here.

    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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