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Heritage Park: brand new homes in wonderful Wixams

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House-hunters have a superb opportunity to become part of village life by joining the growing community at Heritage Park, Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after development in Wixams.

The leading housebuilder is currently offering a stunning collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes for sale in this popular location, where open parkland, lakes, wooded leisure routes and children’s play areas combine to create a highly desirable place to live.

A village hall forms the heart of the new community, acting as a hub for activities ranging from social group meetings to badminton, while additional amenities include lower and middle schools, a medical health centre, a day care centre, shops and multi-use games areas.

Work is also underway to complete a brand new railway station at Wixams, which will provide commuters and leisure travellers with services to London, Bedford and beyond.

The station, which will include a multi-storey car park plus park-and-ride facilities, is expected to open in early 2015.

Steve Rolt, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “More and more smart buyers are flocking to Heritage Park, where the peaceful setting and appealing mix of amenities offer so many lifestyle possibilities.

“With the railway station due to open in little more than two years, now is the perfect time to invest in a new home at Heritage Park.

“Common sense dictates that homes within easy reach of a handy rail link into London will always be in demand with commuters, and so the station’s arrival will surely have a positive effect on local house prices in the coming years.

“Anyone interested in being part of the new community taking root at wonderful Wixams should visit our sales centre to find out more.”

Two-bedroom houses are currently on sale at Heritage Park from as little as £172,000, three-bedroom homes from just £198,000 and four-bedroom properties from only £240,000.

The fabulous four-bedroom ‘Framlingham’ detached house, for example, is priced from just £300,000 and features a light and airy kitchen/breakfast room and a spacious lounge, each opening through French doors to the private rear garden, plus a separate dining room and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

Upstairs, the landing leads to a generous en-suite master bedroom, three further well-proportioned bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside, the property benefits from a garage and additional allocated parking.

To make securing one of these high-quality homes even easier and more affordable, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of incentives to suit buyers in various circumstances, including part exchange and the NewBuy scheme, which offers credit-worthy purchasers the chance to access selected properties with a 95% mortgage. Full details are available from the sales executive.

Heritage Park is part of Lakeview, the first of four villages, which will make up the self-contained, sustainable town of Wixams, three miles south-west of Bedford.

A new transport network puts bus stops within comfortable walking distance of the homes and an extensive network of cycleways and paths will make getting around a breeze.

Beyond the town boundaries, the re-aligned A6 and the A421 Bedford southern bypass put the region’s major commuter routes, including the M1 and A1, within easy reach, while those travelling further afield will appreciate that Luton Airport is just 15 miles away.

To find out more about securing a brand new home at Heritage Park in wonderful Wixams, property-seekers should visit the Sales Centre, located in Brooklands Avenue, Wixams, MK42 6AX, and open from 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday, and 1pm to 5pm on Mondays. Alternatively, the Sales Executive can be contacted on 0845 026 4139.

Details of all Taylor Wimpey developments across the region are available by calling 01908 544800, or by visiting www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/southmids

 

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