Savvy purchasers have been quick to secure their pick of the plots at Taylor Wimpey's in-demand Academy Central development in Barking.
Huge demand has seen buyers flock to the Academy Central development in Barking, with great value apartments priced from just £138,995.
Michael O'Leary, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "Our high quality properties at Academy Central have proved a huge hit with customers who appreciate their generous layouts and affordable price tags.
"With such high demand, I would encourage any potential purchasers in search of a contemporary apartment to act quickly before someone else beats them to it."
Two bedroom apartments at Academy Central are priced from just £175,995 and feature a contemporary open plan kitchen/living/dining room with access to an attractive private balcony, a spacious ensuite master bedroom, a further bedroom and a bathroom off the entrance hallway.
One bedroom designs, meanwhile, are priced from as little as £138,995, with selected plots benefitting from a private balcony.
All homes at the development are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.
To make securing these new apartments even more appealing, credit-worthy purchasers using the NewBuy scheme can access their ideal home at the development with a 95 per cent mortgage and a 5 per cent deposit.
Academy Central enjoys an exceptional location offering great opportunities for work and leisure, with Vicarage Field, The Mall and Exchange Mall shopping centres all located within easy reach. A choice of health and fitness centres is also located nearby, while Mayesbrook Park provides acres of green space.
Goodmayes Railway Station is within walking distance of the development, and operates regular services to London's Liverpool Street in just over 20 minutes and to Stratford, home of the 2012 Olympics, in approximately 13 minutes.
Homes at the development are designed to be up to 25 per cent more energy efficient than properties built just three years ago. Plus, the majority of homes feature 'green roofs' which help improve air quality, provide natural insulation and promote bio-diversity.
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