Taylor Wimpey opens in Kilsyth
Taylor Wimpey’s Cavalry Park will open with its first new homes for sale on 11 November, 2011 at 12 noon from a new sales information centre situated off Stirling Road in Kilsyth.
Boasting a choice of three bedroom semi detached homes, as well as three and four bedroom townhouses, plus four and five bedroom detached homes, this is a bespoke development of 162 new homes at the heart of the community in this charming town in North Lanarkshire.
Cavalry Park will provide an attractive and unique setting for an integrated neighbourhood that will act as a gateway into Kilsyth. Design elements within the development will contribute to the biodiversity of the area by encouraging local eco-systems that support natural plant and wildlife, and create a sense of welcome.
This development allows Taylor Wimpey to embrace new planning guidance and use this development as an exemplar site by utilising the principles of ‘Designing Places’ as well as some elements of the recently published ‘Designing Streets’.
Adopting the six key qualities of ‘Designing Places’ to deliver a development which is distinctive, safe and pleasant, easy to move around both from within the development and its connectivity to the local area, that is welcoming and adaptable, as well as resource efficient in terms of the orientation of the individual house plots - ensures that Cavalry Park will be a relaxing and charming place to call home.
There’s already lots of interest in the range of new homes at Cavalry Park as Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland adds: “This is our first development in Kilsyth and we’ve been delighted by the response of potential homebuyers to our Cavalry Park development, and indeed the levels of enquiries from buyers looking to call this development home.
“With an extensive choice of three, four and five bedroom homes now available for customers to choose from, with prices starting from £155,000 for a three bedroom semi detached Tiree, Cavalry Park offers a wealth of choice for a wide range of buyers. Plus with the first entry dates of early 2012 you’ve still got plenty time to save up a deposit or sell your current home.
“And don’t let anything put you off considering a move to a new home because Taylor Wimpey can offer access to a range of moving solutions to get you on the right track.
“Whilst part exchange could be the solution for some buyers, others need help in different ways so that they can realise their dream of moving to a new home. Our Easymover is designed to offer customers a balance of choice and financial assistance - as well as access to Taylor Wimpey’s property expertise - in order to remove the normal worry associated with selling an existing property and buying a new home.
“Plus, the Easymover scheme offers assistance such as covering the cost of a home report on an existing property, £500 advertising costs paid, £500 towards legal fees, as well as estate agency fees paid.”
To find out more, visit taylorwimpey.co.uk.