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A collection of new homes will be unveiled in Redditch later this year by house builder Taylor Wimpey.

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  • Lucet Meadow will feature a selection of brand new two, three and four bedroom properties, boasting spacious interior layouts, high specification finishes and a superb setting within easy reach of a range of local amenities.

    Anyone who registers their interest before the official launch of Lucet Meadow 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: "We're getting ready to offer Redditch property seekers a wonderful range of homes to suit the tastes of first time buyers, couples and growing families.

    "With the launch of Lucet Meadow coming later this year, I strongly urge prospective purchasers to register an interest with us immediately so they can be one of the first to find out more about this fabulous development."

    The new homes will enjoy an exceptional setting in Redditch, with a wide range of amenities, sports and leisure centres and community facilities on the doorstep.

    Redditch boasts a thriving town centre, with more than 150 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues in the renowned Kingfisher Centre, plus a wide selection of stores in the surrounding streets and an outdoor market open five days a week.

    A superb selection of schools for children of all ages can be found within easy reach of Lucet Meadow, including the highly regarded Woodrow First School and St Thomas More Catholic School.

    Commuters will appreciate that the development is located less than seven miles from Junction 3 of the M42, for speedy connections to the motorway network for destinations across the Midlands. Meanwhile, Redditch railway station is within easy reach and provides direct services to Birmingham in 35 minutes.

    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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