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Going, going, almost gone in Burton

16th March 2012 Print

Demonstrating the ongoing success of Taylor Wimpey Midlands’ delightful Regency Square development in Burton, just a handful of properties now remain for sale.

“Since its launch Regency Square has been a popular choice among a wide variety of house hunters,” states Anne Wallace, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands. She adds: “Although the site has wide appeal, due to the range of three and four bedroom properties on offer, we have received specific interest from families looking for a spacious new home, situated in attractive surroundings.”

Regency Square has been purposely designed with families in mind, as a beautiful area of open space has been created at the heart of the development for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Anne continues: “It truly is a stunning development and although we have just a handful of house types remaining we still have a good selection available to view.”

Among the final release of properties includes the three bedroom Salisbury, Wye and Worcester designs and the four bedroom Wells and Chester houses. Prices start from as little as £107,996 through the 80 per cent shared equity scheme FirstBuy. Plus thanks to the recently announced Government-backed New Buy scheme purchasers can apply for a 95 per cent mortgage, meaning they just have to save for a five per cent deposit.

Each property is being built to exceptional standards and demonstrating the company’s commitment to excellent standard of workmanship, the site manager at Regency Gardens, Gareth Woodhouse, has been awarded a prestigious ‘Seal of Excellence’ Award by the National House Building Council.

For further information on the homes available, visit