Opportunities to purchase a new home are disappearing fast at the house builder's Aspenwood development in Dickens Heath, West Midlands.
Eager buyers are moving quickly to take their pick from this selection of family homes, with five plots sold at the development in the space of just over a month.
Thanks to the Government's Help to Buy scheme, which means new homes can be purchased for 80 per cent of their full price and only a 5 per cent deposit, now is the perfect time to step up the property ladder at Aspenwood in Dickens Heath, West Midlands.
Anne Wallace, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "Since its launch just a few weeks ago, our fantastic Aspenwood development has been a real hit with discerning home hunters looking for their ideal property in a peaceful yet well-connected location."
There's currently a choice of four bedroom detached property designs available at Aspenwood, including the 'Midford', priced from £329,995, and the 'Heydon', priced from £449,995.
The magnificent double-fronted 'Heydon' features a contemporary kitchen/dining room opening through double doors to a spacious lounge, with both rooms offering access to the private rear garden.
A study, guest cloakroom and utility room can also be found off the entrance hallway, while upstairs there are two ensuite bedrooms, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom. Each 'Heydon' plot also includes a double garage and two additional driveway parking spaces outside.
Under Help to Buy, eligible first time buyers and those with a property to sell can secure their new home at Aspenwood for just 80 per cent of its full price - including a deposit as low as 5 per cent.
With a 75 per cent loan-to-value mortgage all that's required, purchasers can access a wider range of great value deals with lower monthly repayments.
Aspenwood enjoys a tranquil location on the southern fringes of Dickens Heath, a 'new village' established in 1998. This emerging community offers a comprehensive range of amenities for day-to-day living, including shops, restaurants, a medical centre, a dental surgery, a village hall and a library.
Parents will appreciate that the new homes are within easy reach of Dickens Heath Community Primary School and specialist science college Swanshurst School, both rated 'Good' in their latest Ofsted reports, plus the 'Outstanding' Shirley Heath Junior School.
Wider leisure, shopping and entertainment opportunities can be found in Birmingham city centre, around seven miles from home, and three miles away in Solihull, which boasts one of the region's premier shopping destinations at Touchwood.
Aspenwood lies just three miles from junction 4 of the M42 for quick links to the M40, M5 and M6, and less than two miles from Whitlocks End railway station for direct services to Birmingham Moor Street station, while Birmingham International Airport is six miles away.
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