Discerning buyers seeking homes for sale in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, can grab a bargain at Taylor Wimpey's new development.

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  • Stylish one and two bedroom St Neots flats and four bedroom houses are available to reserve now at Taylor Wimpey's Knights Park.

    Although the official opening of the development of new build homes in Cambridgeshire is not taking place until January, home hunters can take advantage of special pre-launch prices today.

    Stacy Dornan, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in East Anglia, says: "Those seeking new houses for sale in St Neots can grab a fantastic bargain, with our incredible value pre-launch prices at Knights Park.

    "These beautiful new St Neots properties are in a fantastic location offering a wonderful lifestyle, with relaxing walks at the nearby marina, one of the highlights."

    Purchasers who make their home at Knights Park will find everything they need for day-to-day within walking distance - play areas for children, a doctors surgery, a Tesco supermarket, a gym and a swimming pool.

    The four bedroom new build houses for sale in St Neots include the detached 'Stebbing' with double carport, priced just £274,995, plus 'Barford' and 'Salisbury' townhouses priced at only £229,995 and £225,995 respectively.

    The 'Barford', for example, features a stylish kitchen/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, as well as a spacious lounge and handy guest cloakroom located off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to three bedrooms - one boasting an attractive Juliet balcony - and a main bathroom. The magnificent master bedroom with ensuite shower room and dressing room occupies the entire top floor.

    The largest town in Cambridgeshire and named after a Saxon monk, St Neots is a thriving place with a bustling traditional Thursday market and regular farmers' markets - and boasting a wealth of open space, parks and picturesque riverside footpaths.

    The town is a popular location with commuters: the A1 links to London in the south and Peterborough to the north, while the A14 offers direct access to the Midlands and East Anglia.

    Bedford is 12 miles away and Cambridge 18 miles, and trains running from St Neots to London's Kings Cross - for fast links to Europe from St Pancras - take just 39 minutes.

    St Neots is also home to acres of green parks and open spaces and has been described as 'a town in a garden'. Riverside Park, close to the town centre is set in 72 acres with a waterside frontage, a pitch-and-putt golf course and play areas, a boating lake, a skateboarding complex and is a great place to listen to relaxing live music on summer Sundays.

    The Priory Centre hosts everything from theatre productions to discos as well as the annual Folk Festival, while St Neots Leisure Centre offers facilities from tennis courts, badminton and squash courts to swimming pool and sauna, aerobics room to astro-turf pitch, and the Impressions Fitness Studio.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advise from a qualified professional.

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