Taylor Wimpey is offering house hunters new homes at its Leggatts Green development in Watford.

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  • Two bedroom apartments for sale at the Leggatts Green development are priced from £193,500 and can be bought by eligible homebuyers with a 5 per cent deposit as low as £9,675 under the NewBuy scheme.

    The average monthly cost of renting is now coming up to £1,100 for a two bedroom property in Watford, and there are multiple advantages to buying one of the new apartments.

    All of the two bedroom apartments at Leggatts Green benefit from a spacious open plan kitchen/living/dining room with a Juliet balcony, along with an ensuite master bedroom and a well proportioned second bedroom.

    Thanks to the NewBuy scheme, those with adequate credit can secure their choice of the properties with a 95 per cent mortgage and a 5 per cent deposit.

    Leggatts Green is situated conveniently for buyers, as it placed a short walk from two supermarkets, while Watford town centre is just two miles away, providing a variety of shops, bars and restaurants.

    Commuters will benefit greatly from Watford Junction train station, which is under two miles away and offers regular services to London Euston, along with direct trains to Manchester and Glasgow.

    For drivers, Junction 5 of the M1 and Junction 19 of the M25 are within a one mile radius, whereas Junction 20 (eastbound) is only two miles away.

    Christine Scarborough, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "So many people still believe that living in rented accommodation is more affordable than buying when, in fact, the opposite is often true.

    "With the cost of renting at an all-time high and rock bottom interest rates ensuring some great mortgage deals are available on flats in Watford, there’s really no reason for renters of Watford properties to continue throwing good money after bad when they could be investing in their future with a brand new home of their own at Leggatts Green."

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advise from a qualified professional.

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