An easier way to secure a new home in Cambridgeshire
House-hunters can find out about a great way to part exchange their existing property for a new home in Little Paxton, Cambridgeshire, at an event at Taylor Wimpey’s Papermill Lock.
The leading housebuilder is holding a Part Exchange Plus weekend on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July, where homeowners will have the opportunity to discover all they need to know about this fantastic guaranteed part exchange scheme that’s designed to make trading up to a spacious family-sized house in Little Paxton, near St Neots, quick and hassle-free.
Stacy Dornan, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Today’s property market can be a real headache for those who want to move in a hurry to one of our new homes in Little Paxton. Vendors are often wary of the perils of being in a slow-moving chain, which could easily collapse on the whim of a buyer. Plus, there’s no guarantee they will get an acceptable offer for their home – or any offers whatsoever.
“With Part Exchange Plus, however, all the uncertainty and stress of the moving process is eliminated in an instant. This fantastic incentive is designed to make it quick, easy and affordable to secure a brand new Taylor Wimpey property in Little Paxton.”
With Part Exchange Plus, house-hunters can be assured of receiving a great price for their existing property, based on the average of independent valuations.
They are then able to market their old home for up to six weeks to try to achieve the maximum price – safe in the knowledge that they have a guaranteed buyer in Taylor Wimpey if it doesn’t sell within that period. Plus, however the customer sells their home, Taylor Wimpey will pay their estate agency fees.
Part Exchange Plus is available with a selection of generously-proportioned homes at Papermill Lock, where four-bedroom townhouses are available from just £234,995.
All homes at Papermill Lock are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.
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.
The Part Exchange Plus weekend takes place from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July at the Papermill Lock Sales Information Centre, located in Samuel Jones Crescent, off Mill Lane, Little Paxton, St Neots.
Visit taylorwimpey.co.uk for further information.