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Enjoy three-storey living in The 'Ashton' at Kingston Chase

15th August 2013 Print
Kingston Chase

Homebuyers looking for extra room for their family can grab a fantastic opportunity to snap up a spacious townhouse at Taylor Wimpey’s Kingston Chase development in Milton Keynes.

The three/four-bedroom ‘Ashton’ mid-terraced townhouse, priced from just £250,000, offers a wealth of flexible accommodation across three floors.

What’s more, the Government’s Help to Buy shared equity scheme is available at Kingston Chase, enabling first-time buyers and those looking to move on from an existing property to purchase the ‘Ashton’ for just 80% of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5%.

Steve Rolt, Regional Sales and Marketing Manager for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The ‘Ashton’ townhouses we currently have available at Kingston Chase provide the ideal solution for home-hunters looking for a house which will suit the needs of their families as they grow.

“With a ground-floor living room which could alternatively be used as a family room or study, and a fabulous first-floor lounge which could equally serve as a fourth bedroom, this beautiful housetype offers the flexibility which today’s buyers demand.

“The ‘Ashton’ is proving incredibly popular with potential purchasers, however, so I’d advise anyone hoping to snap one up to get in quick, before it’s too late!”

The ‘Ashton’ features a light and airy kitchen/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, with a family/living room, a utility room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to a double bedroom, a lounge which could alternatively serve as a further bedroom, and a main bathroom, while an en-suite master bedroom and an additional well-proportioned bedroom occupy the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from two allocated parking spaces.

Alternatively, the four-bedroom ‘Fernlea’ and ‘Heydon’ detached houses are priced at £325,000 and £380,000 respectively at Kingston Chase.

The Help to Buy shared equity scheme involves a Government loan of up to 20% and is available on new-build properties up to the value of £600,000.

There is no salary cap for purchasers using the scheme. The NewBuy initiative, meanwhile, gives credit-worthy purchasers in a variety of circumstances the chance to access their ideal home with a 95% mortgage.

Kingston Chase’s residents will benefit from a range of community facilities being created at this popular development, including a primary school and public playing fields. A wider choice of everyday amenities can be found at the nearby Kingston Centre, a major retail park with Tesco, Next, Marks and Spencer and Boots.

Bus routes will link Kingston Chase to Milton Keynes town centre, which is just three miles away with more than 230 shops, cafes, restaurants and an outdoor market, plus the National Bowl and Milton Keynes Theatre District, StadiumMK and the Xscape dome.

For commuters, junction 14 of the M1 is just a few minutes’ drive from home, while Milton Keynes Central railway station operates direct services to London Euston in as little as 35 minutes. Those travelling further afield will appreciate that Luton Airport is only 20 miles from home.

To be in with a chance of securing the ‘Ashton’ at Kingston Chase, home-hunters should visit the Sales Centre, located in Stirling Mews, off Countess Way, Broughton, Milton Keynes, and open daily between 10am and 5pm (1.30pm to 5pm on Mondays).

Details of all Taylor Wimpey developments across the region are available by visiting

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Kingston Chase