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Time running out to secure new homes in Cannock

10th March 2012 Print
Taylor Wimpey Homes

Taylor Wimpey is urging home-hunters to hurry to secure their ideal family-size property at Broadhurst Gardens, the leading housebuilder’s popular development of property for sale in Huntington, Cannock.

Staffordshire property-seekers in search of houses for sale in Cannock must act quickly to secure one of the final four-bedroom ‘Draycott’ plots at Taylor Wimpey’s Broadhurst Gardens development of new homes for sale in Huntington village.

Discerning buyers have been quick to snap up these spacious family-size properties, and now just two plots remain for sale at the Taylor Wimpey Cannock development, priced from just £199,995.

With interest in Broadhurst Gardens showing no sign of slowing, time is running out for prospective purchasers in search of property for sale in Huntington to secure the home of their dreams in this delightful corner of Staffordshire.

Carl Cooke, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The ‘Draycott’ is a beautiful detached house, which will appeal to buyers looking for the perfect combination of classic design and the luxury and practicality of a spacious brand new property to buy in Huntington, Cannock.

“But with just two of these gorgeous new build homes in Huntington now remaining for sale for great-value prices, Cannock property-seekers hoping to choose a ‘Draycott’ should act now before someone else beats them to it.”

Ideal for families in search of property for sale in Cannock or new homes to buy in Huntington, the ‘Draycott’ features a spacious lounge, a light and airy fitted kitchen and a separate dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, plus a handy guest cloakroom located off the entrance hallway.

Upstairs, the landing leads to the en-suite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside, the property benefits from a garage and two allocated parking spaces.

What’s more, one quick-off-the-mark buyer can choose the fabulous Plot 40 ‘Draycott’, which comes with carpets throughout, turf to the rear garden, and is available with Part Exchange.

Alternatively, there’s a range of different four-bedroom detached house designs currently available at Broadhurst Gardens, including the ‘Huntington’, priced from just £189,995, the ‘Huntington Special’, from only £199,995, and the ‘Marlow’, from just £229,995.

Under Part Exchange, those trading up to selected family-size homes at Broadhurst Gardens can relax in their own home until their new place is ready to move into, safe in the knowledge that Taylor Wimpey is the guaranteed buyer for their current property.

Part Exchange customers receive an agreed price for their existing property, based on the average of independent professional valuations.

Broadhurst Gardens is conveniently located on the edge of Huntington village, which benefits from a thriving community life and boasts many amenities, including a primary school, post office, local stores and takeaways, a youth club, community centre, bowling green, rugby club and church. The village recreation ground has a full-size football pitch, two junior pitches, a skate park and changing rooms.

A wider choice of local shopping, including chemists, butchers, bakers and supermarkets, is only a short drive away in Cannock.

Huntington is well connected to the A34 Cannock to Stafford road and the M6 is just over five miles away, making Broadhurst Gardens a convenient base for commuting to Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Stafford.

Railway stations at Hednesford and Cannock both operate regular services to Birmingham New Street and Stafford and each are located about one and a half miles from the village.

The development is situated on the fringes of picturesque Cannock Chase, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with acre upon acre of forest, woodland and parkland as well as visitor centres, museums, public footpaths and popular cycle trails.

To be in with a chance of securing one of the final two ‘Draycott’ houses at Broadhurst Gardens, visit

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