Fancy living where you work? Two employees at Taylor Wimpey did and chose their company's development Abbotswood for their new family home.

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  • Jenny Lovegrove works as a sales executive at Abbotswood and her partner Jamie Capon is a senior site manager for Taylor Wimpey. Seeing first-hand the quality of homes that the award-winning company builds, the couple were in no doubt that a new Taylor Wimpey home would be the right choice for their family.

    Lovegrove explains: "We chose Abbotswood because we love the area and the development. Taylor Wimpey's reputation and the fact that Jamie had inside knowledge about how they build their homes made us feel extremely confident in our investment.

    "The Part Exchange scheme meant that everything was taken care of, we picked the date we wanted to move and all we had to do was pack. Looking back, I'm so glad we reserved our plot. We opted for a detached home with a south facing garden and our spacious living room even has enough room for our four year olds' toys."

    Fiona Creed, regional sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey in the southern counties, comments: "Abbotswood is an extremely popular development for families and many employees show personal interest in our homes. For people who are new to the area, to have first-hand knowledge from the sales executive at Abbotswood is invaluable."

    Abbotswood currently hosts a fine selection of four and five bedroom properties with prices starting from £325,000.

    Abbotswood is conveniently located in the market town of Romsey, with its selection of high street shops and restaurants. There are many attractions in Romsey including its beautiful Abbey and the Memorial Park alongside the River Test. The development is also close to both Winchester and Southampton for the nearest airport.

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

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