Strong demand for new houses in St Neots
Home-hunters are being urged not to miss their chance of securing a bestselling house at Taylor Wimpey’s Papermill Lock development of new homes for sale in St Neots.
Strong demand for the four-bedroom ‘Milford’ and ‘Liston’ houses at the development of properties in St Neots means these particular house designs are now in short supply.
With just one ‘Milford’ and three ‘Liston’ houses in St Neots remaining on sale, property-hunters seeking a spacious home with a flexible layout to suit contemporary family lifestyles are being urged to visit Papermill Lock as soon as possible, to avoid missing out.
Stacy Dornan, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The ‘Milford’ and ‘Liston’ have proved so popular with customers that there’s a limited number now available at our development of properties for sale in St Neots – and when they’re gone, they’re gone!
“I would advise anyone wanting to find out why these two homes in St Neots are so in demand to speak to the friendly sales team at Papermill Lock before it’s too late.”
The last remaining ‘Milford’ at the development in St Neots is priced at just £234,995, including integrated appliances. It boasts a flexible layout ideally suited for growing families and features a spacious kitchen/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to a light and airy lounge with a Juliet balcony, two bedrooms and a main bathroom, while an en-suite master bedroom also with a Juliet balcony and further bedroom can be found on the top floor. The property also benefits from an integral garage and an allocated parking space.
The ‘Liston’, meanwhile, is priced from only £249,995, and boasts a contemporary kitchen/breakfast room, a lounge and a guest cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to the en-suite master bedroom, a double bedroom and a main bathroom, while two further well-proportioned bedrooms and an additional bathroom are located on the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from a garage and allocated parking.
All homes at Papermill Lock are completed to a high standard specification, including central heating, double glazing and fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.
To make choosing one of these high-quality homes even more appealing, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of helpful homebuyer incentives for first-time buyers and those with a property to sell.
The NewBuy scheme offers credit-worthy purchasers the chance to secure their new home with a 95% loan-to-value mortgage, whether they are a first-time buyer or have a home to sell. Meanwhile, Part Exchange sees Taylor Wimpey offer homeowners a guaranteed price for their existing property, based on the average of independent valuations.
Alternatively, the popular easymover scheme sees Taylor Wimpey help find a buyer for a homeowner’s current property. Ninety per cent of properties are sold successfully through the initiative, with buyers typically able to sell and exchange contracts within a matter of weeks, rather than the many months it can take if marketing their own home. Taylor Wimpey can even cover the cost of estate agents’ fees and pay for a full removals service.
Incentives can be tailored to customers’ individual circumstances and are subject to availability, with full details available from the Sales Executive.
Papermill Lock, built on the site of the Samuel Jones Paper Mill in a setting next to the River Great Ouse, is situated in the quiet village of Little Paxton, on the outskirts of St Neots – a thriving Cambridgeshire town with a bustling weekly market, regular farmers’ markets and a wealth of open space, parkland and riverside walks.
St Neots is also a popular spot for commuters, with regular services from the town’s railway station putting London’s King’s Cross less than 40 minutes away, and the A1 for London and Peterborough, the A428 for Cambridge and the A14 for the Midlands and East Anglia all within easy reach.
The town also offers plenty of leisure opportunities to keep residents of all ages occupied. Riverside Park, close to the town centre, is set in 72 acres with a waterside frontage, a pitch-and-putt golf course and children’s play areas, a boating lake and a skateboarding complex – and is a great place to listen to relaxing live music on summer Sundays.
The Priory Centre hosts everything from theatre productions to discos as well as an annual folk music festival, while St Neots leisure centre offers tennis, badminton and squash courts, a swimming pool and sauna, a fitness studio and outdoor sports pitches.
Visit taylorwimpey.co.uk for further information.