Homes at the Sonnets Place development in Hermitage boast a number of energy-saving features.
Taylor Wimpey's Sonnets Place development in Hermitage could be a great option for buyers looking for a home that offers high energy efficiency and low fuel bills.
At the moment, the site is the only one to offer new homes in Hermitage, providing people with a rare chance to secure a modern, well-designed property that boasts higher energy efficiency than older homes.
New properties at the development are designed to accommodate modern lifestyles and boast features including ensuite bathrooms, fitted wardrobes and large amounts of built-in storage.
A number of three and four bedroom homes are available at the development, with prices starting at just £270,000.
Residents will be delighted by the local area surrounding the development, as it is populated with beautiful scenery, stunning countryside and woodlands.
The village also has all that is required for everyday living, including a general store, post office, butchers, pubs and dentists. Parents will also be pleased to hear that Hermitage Primary School is within walking distance of the development, while Park House School and Newbury College are also in the local vicinity.
Those living in Hermitage can also benefit from easy access to the A34 and M4, meaning they have access to most areas of the country. Furthermore, the Newbury and Thatcham rail stations are both only four miles away, providing services to Reading and London Paddington.
Darren McCormack, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in Oxfordshire, said: "A home is probably the most expensive investment you’ll ever make, and it’s important to make the right decision. Choosing a new home over a second hand property could save you thousands on DIY, maintenance and improvements, not to mention ongoing savings in areas such as fuel bills."
McCormack outlined that those who move to brand new Taylor Wimpey homes can take advantage of numerous energy saving features, including double glazed windows, wall insulation and efficient heating, which can help to lower fuel bills dramatically.
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