Act now to save thousands on stamp duty and flooring
HOMEBUYERS who act now can save thousands of pounds on the cost of a stunning family-size home at Taylor Wimpey’s Highfield Court development in Ickenham,West London.
The leading housebuilder is offering to pay a contribution of up to £15,000 towards stamp duty for the lucky purchasers who snap up the magnificent three-storey fourbedroom ‘Sycamore’ (Plots 3 and 4) and ‘Devon’ (Plot 5) townhouses, priced at £785,000 and £840,000 respectively.
What’s more,Taylor Wimpey is offering to contribute £5,000 towards flooring for those savvy purchasers who reserve any property at Highfield Court before the end of October!
Emma Jones, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for fast-acting home-hunters to secure one of these wonderful townhouses for less than they might have imagined, by saving thousands of pounds on their stamp duty bill and flooring.
“I’d advise anyone interested in making a move to Highfield Court to act now and take advantage of this brilliant incentive before it’s too late!”
The ‘Devon’ (Plot 5), for example, features a stunning open-plan kitchen/ family room with French doors leading to the private rear garden, with a dining room, a utility room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground-floor layout.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to a large living room, two good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom, while the en-suite master bedroom with dressing area and a further en-suite bedroom are located on the top floor. Outside, there is also a garage and parking space.
The homes at Highfield Court in Ickenham are currently selling from Coopers Estate Agents, located at 126-128 High Street, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 8LL, and open from Tuesday to Friday between 10am and 5pm (Saturdays 9am to 4pm).
Contact the sales executive on 01895 544260 to book an appointment or further information is also available by visiting www. taylorwimpey.co.uk.
The ‘Devon’ townhouse (above) is priced at £840,000 and the ‘Sycamore’ at £785,000. Both have three storeys and four bedrooms with contemporary, open-plan room layouts. Developer Taylor Wimpey is currently offering incentives to early purchasers of these homes, with up to £15,000 off stamp duty and £5,000 towards flooring.