A brand new selection of apartments and houses in Lincolnshire is coming soon from Taylor Wimpey at Roman Fields, Witham St Hughs.
Lincolnshire buyers are being urged to make a date in their diaries for the grand opening of Taylor Wimpey's new Roman Fields development in Witham St Hughs on June 4.
Enjoying an exceptional location in this popular village community near Lincoln, the house builder's exclusive collection of stylish apartments and houses for sale in Witham St Hughs will offer outstanding choice and superb value for money.
Kelly French, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, is urging would-be movers to visit during the launch weekend - and give themselves the best chance of finding their perfect match at the development.
She says: "Thanks to its convenient location and Taylor Wimpey's reputation for building high quality homes at great value prices, interest in Roman Fields is already very high among those in search of houses and apartments in Lincolnshire."
Located in the friendly and peaceful community of Witham St Hughs, Roman Fields is a stunning collection of homes surrounded by beautiful open countryside - yet lies just minutes from the amenities and attractions of the city.
Witham St Hughs offers a range of local facilities for everyday living, including a Co-operative foodstore and pharmacy, while parents will appreciate that a primary school is located in the village, which received 'Good' and 'Outstanding' grades across all disciplines in its last Ofsted inspection. A choice of secondary schools can also be found at nearby North Hykeham.
This popular community is served by the A46, which puts the historic cathedral city of Lincoln just minutes away by road for a wealth of shopping, entertainment and leisure opportunities.
The A1 is also within easy reach of the development for convenient links to the north and south, while regular train services operate from Swinderby railway station, around three miles away, to Lincoln and Nottingham.
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