An exceptional collection of homes is set to be unveiled by Taylor Wimpey in an exciting new community in Coventry.
White Willow Park will feature an appealing mix of two, three and four bedroom properties boasting generous interior layouts and a superb setting in Canley on the south western fringes of Coventry.
Interest in this exciting new property collection is expected to be high, so prospective purchasers are advised to register their details now to be among the first to be informed about the official launch of these wonderful homes.
Anyone who registers their interest before the official launch of White Willow Park and goes on to purchase a new home at the development will receive a £500 Taylor Wimpey Options voucher as a special welcome gift.
Anne Wallace, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "Beautiful brand new homes in such a great location are always in demand and we're expecting White Willow Park to attract plenty of attention from discerning buyers."
The new Government-backed Help to Buy shared equity scheme will be available at White Willow Park, enabling buyers to take their pick from a choice of stunning new homes for just 80 per cent of their full price - including a 5 per cent deposit.
Under Help to Buy, the Government provides eligible purchasers with a 20 per cent loan to help them secure new build homes priced up to £600,000. The initiative is available to both first time buyers and existing homeowners, and there is no salary cap for customers taking advantage of the scheme.
White Willow Park will form part of a wider prestigious regeneration project which is seeing new homes, public facilities and infrastructure being delivered to the Canley community.
The new Charter Primary School and Xcel Sports Centre have already been completed, while work is due to begin soon on the new Forrest Medical Centre next to White Willow Park.
Superb transport links provide quick access to the city centre, which boasts an extensive selection of shops, plus theatres, cinemas, museums, art galleries, restaurants and bars, plus the Coventry SkyDome Ice Rink, the Ricoh Arena and the first city-centre IKEA to be opened in Britain.
Parents will appreciate that a selection of primary schools are located within easy reach of White Willow Park, while the high-achieving Finham Park School and Hereward College cater to the needs of older children.
Junction 3 of the M6 and Junction 6 of the M42 are located less than eight miles from the development, providing easy access to the motorway network for destinations across the Midlands and further afield.
Meanwhile, Canley railway station is only a mile from home for speedy services to the city centre in just three minutes, Rugby in 14 minutes and Birmingham New Street within half an hour, plus connections to London.
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