Property seekers in Derbyshire can be among the first to see two of Taylor Wimpey's new home designs at its Saxon Gate development in Newton Village, Derby.

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  • The two bedroom 'Belford' and the four bedroom 'Kentdale' show homes are now open at the development in Newton village, Derby.

    They offer house hunters a unique opportunity to experience one of these superb new property styles, which are part of the fantastic new Taylor Wimpey range.

    Carl Cooke, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "The 'Belford' and the 'Kentdale' have both been expertly designed to suit contemporary lifestyles - and this is the first chance home hunters have to look inside them.

    "Following the huge success of our show home launch, I would urge would-be buyers to visit us as soon as possible to visualise the life they could be enjoying in a new home at Saxon Gate."

    The 'Kentdale' detached house features a spacious living room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, an open plan kitchen/dining room with a utility area and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, there's an ensuite master bedroom, plus three further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside is a garage and additional driveway parking.

    The 'Belford', meanwhile, boasts an open plan kitchen/living/dining room plus a guest cloakroom on the ground floor, plus an ensuite master bedroom, a further double bedroom and a main bathroom upstairs, and two allocated parking spaces outside.

    Alternative house designs available to reserve now at Saxon Gate include a choice of three bedroom properties, priced from £167,500, and the four bedroom 'Draycott', from £229,995.

    To make purchasing one of the new homes on sale at Saxon Gate even easier and more affordable, buyers can benefit from the Government's new Help To Buy shared equity scheme, which means eligible first time buyers and existing homeowners can secure their new property for 80 per cent of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5 per cent.

    Help To Buy customers receive a Government loan of up to 20 per cent to help with the purchase of their new home and there is no salary cap for homebuyers taking advantage of the scheme.

    Saxon Gate at Newton Village is close to a wealth of facilities for day-to-day living, including an Asda supermarket, a health centre, banks, a library and local shops, while regular bus services operate from the development into Derby city centre.

    Parents will appreciate that just a short walk away is Stenson Fields Primary Community School, which was rated good with outstanding features in its most recent Ofsted inspection.

    Less than a mile away is the Stenson Lock on the Trent and Mersey Canal, which provides an idyllic setting for the 18th century waterside pub The Bubble Inn as well as laid-back walks along the towpath.

    Sinfin Golf Course is within walking distance, while Moorways Sports Complex is located three miles from the new homes, offering a superb range of sporting facilities, including a swimming pool, gym, sports hall, synthetic and grass pitches, and an international standard athletics stadium.

    Just over two miles away at Foresters Park are a multiplex cinema, a bowling alley and a choice of places to eat, while an array of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities can be found just four miles from home in Derby.

    The development is also less than a mile from the A50 for quick links to the M1, while regular direct rail services operate from Derby railway station to London St Pancras, Birmingham New Street, Nottingham and Sheffield.

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