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Live in a brand new house for just £300 per month

20th August 2012 Print

Want to move to a brand new home for just £300 per month? Well that dream can now come true at Taylor Wimpey’s Old Kiln Lakes development in Chinnor.

On selected properties at Old Kiln Lakes, house hunters will only have to pay £300 per month for their mortgage for 12 months and Taylor Wimpey will pick up the rest of the bill, leaving you with more disposable income each month to spend on whatever you want.

Darren McCormack, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, commented: “If you’re moving onto or up the property ladder we realise the first year is often the most challenging financially. Our mortgage subsidy offer has been set up so you can benefit from extra money towards your mortgage when you need it most, easing the financial burden.

“Whether you are looking to buy your first home or trading up to a larger property, our beautiful homes at Old Kiln Lakes will be ideal. Our team of sales consultants will help guide you through every stage of purchasing your dream new home, so visit us and see how we can help get you moving.”

This rare opportunity is available for a limited time only, so house hunters looking to take advantage of this money saving offer should visit the development now to avoid disappointment.

Taylor Wimpey is currently selling a selection of one bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom properties at Old Kiln Lakes starting from £172,000.

The village of Chinnor has a good range of local shops and takeaways. It also has a library, social/sports hall, playing fields, children’s play area, GP and dental practices and a much loved and extremely well supported Community Centre.

For more extensive shops and amenities, High Wycombe and Aylesbury are both approximately eight miles away and it’s just 13 miles into Oxford, all of which are easily accessible as the area benefits from excellent transport links.

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