Big homes and bigger savings at Westlow Abbey
Taylor Wimpey’ Westlow Abbey development is offering two great deals on new homes for sale at Wixams, Bedford.
House-hunters have twice the reason to visit Taylor Wimpey’s Westlow Abbey new-build development in Wixams, Bedfordshire.
Two of the developer’s stunning four-bedroom new houses for sale at Wixams are currently available at this sought-after development – with incredible deals on offer for quick-off-the-mark purchasers!
The fabulous Plot 58 ‘Framlingham’ end-terrace home, priced just £310,000, is now ready to move into with stamp duty paid and an upgraded kitchen including range cooker, integrated appliances and down-lights at no extra cost.
Meanwhile, the highly desirable Plot 71 ‘Hillier’ is one of the detached houses for sale at the Bedfordshire new homes development, is due for completion in the next few weeks, and is available to reserve now for the amazing price of only £255,000.
Steve Rolt, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We always offer competitive prices for high-quality homes at our developments across the region, but the ‘Framlingham’ and ‘Hillier’ new houses for sale in Wixams really do take great value for money to another level.
“Such irresistible prices are sure to be a big attraction for would-be purchasers, so anyone hoping to secure their ideal brand new home in Bedford cannot afford to delay.”
The ‘Framlingham’ is an attractive double-fronted property with an appealing L-shaped layout to maximise garden views. Both the spacious lounge and impressive kitchen/breakfast/family room open through French doors to the private rear garden, while there’s a separate dining room and handy guest cloakroom downstairs, too.
Upstairs, the landing leads to the master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside the property benefits from a garage and parking.
The ‘Hillier’ is also a classic double-fronted property with garage, which features a spacious dual-aspect lounge spanning its entire depth, a light and airy kitchen/dining room with utility room and access to the garden, plus four good-sized bedrooms, including one with en-suite facilities, and a main bathroom upstairs.
All new homes at Westlow Abbey, Taylor Wimpey’s Wixams new homes development, are completed to the same high standard specification, including central heating, double glazing and fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.
Westlow Abbey 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.
Designs for the new community draw on the best traditions of Bedfordshire’s market towns and Wixams new homes will benefit from new shops, community and leisure facilities, schools and employment areas, in addition to 300 acres of sports pitches, parklands and green open space. Each of the four villages will have its own centre, play and landscaped areas, and each will be within easy reach of Wixams town centre.
A new transport network puts bus stops within comfortable walking distance of the homes, a new railway station will provide quick links to London and nearby towns and cities, 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.
For days out, Wixams lies amid beautiful countryside and close to a wide range of established visitor attractions, including Woburn Safari Park and Wild Britain, Gulliver’s Land theme park and the Millennium Country Park in the Forest of Marston Vale.
To be in with a chance of securing the ‘Framlingham’ or ‘Hillier’ new homes for sale at Wixams, property-seekers can visit the Westlow Abbey Sales Centre, located off Bedford Road, Wixams, MK45 3HS, and open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday, and from 1.30pm to 5pm on Mondays.