London commuters in search of a peaceful retreat within easy reach of the city are being urged to discover Taylor Wimpey's new homes in High Wycombe.
Spacious four bedroom properties are available now from just £360,000 at the house builder's Kingshill Grange and Kingshill Gate developments. Both schemes are within walking distance of High Wycombe railway station for direct services to London Marylebone in as little as 30 minutes.
With the average price of the four bedroom houses ranging from £620,000 to £820,000 in the nearby commuter towns of Beaconsfield, Amersham and Maidenhead, the savings on offer from Taylor Wimpey are clear to see.
"Our beautiful new homes at Kingshill Grange and Kingshill Gate benefit from a well-connected setting close to picturesque open countryside, and compared to other popular locations just a few miles away, they offer unbeatable value for money." Tim Betts, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says.
"Buckinghamshire and Berkshire commuter towns are highly sought-after by those eager to swap London living for a quieter, more relaxed environment. But you don't need to pay a premium to enjoy a laidback lifestyle just a short hop from the heart of the capital."
There's a range of four bedroom homes currently available at Kingshill Grange, including terraced townhouses priced from £360,000 and detached properties from £500,000. Selected plots are available with a fantastic package of incentives including Part Exchange, 1.5 per cent Stamp Duty paid and a £5,000 interior Options voucher.
At Kingshill Gate, an exclusive gated development located off Amersham Road, there's a final selection of three/four bedroom homes available from £635,000, with 1.5 per cent Stamp Duty paid and a £5,000 Options voucher on offer with selected plots.
Situated on the leafy northern outskirts of High Wycombe, Kingshill Grange and Kingshill Gate are both just a short distance from the abundance of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities available in the town centre.
Parents will appreciate that the developments are conveniently placed for a variety of schools for children of primary school age, including Highworth Combined School and Hazlemere C of E Combined School, both of which were rated 'Good' in their most recent Ofsted inspections and are within around half a mile of home.
Secondary education, meanwhile, is provided by The Royal Grammar School, Wycombe High School for girls, John Hampden Grammar School for boys and Cressex Community School.
As well as being just over a mile from High Wycombe railway station, Kingshill Grange and Kingshill Gate are close to the M40 for the M25 and the Midlands, and to the A404 for convenient connections to the M4 and the south.
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