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Townhouses provide flexible living at Great Western Park

16th December 2013 Print
Great Western Park

Discerning buyers can enjoy three-storey living with a stunning collection of bespoke family-size townhouses at Taylor Wimpey’s Great Western Park development, near Didcot in Oxfordshire.

Property-seekers can choose from two spectacular property designs overlooking acres of parkland, with each home offering spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors which can be adapted to suit their individual needs.

With prices starting from just £330,000, the ‘Drayton’ and the ‘Ramsbury’ each boast attractive balconies offering views of the park and none of these limited edition properties are overlooked, therefore benefiting from quiet seclusion.

Darren McCormack, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Townhouses have enjoyed a recent resurgence in popularity as families flock to take advantage of the extra space and flexibility these designs afford.

“The fabulous bespoke townhouses we have for sale at Great Western Park allow buyers to combine family, work and socialising, with the added bonus of enjoying a beautiful spot overlooking some beautiful open space.”

The four-bedroom ‘Ramsbury’ semi-detached townhouse is priced from just £330,000 and features a spacious open-plan kitchen/dining room, a study and a guest cloakroom on the ground floor, an en-suite master bedroom and lounge on the first floor, plus three further bedrooms and a main bathroom on the top floor.

Alternatively, the four-bedroom ‘Drayton’ is priced from just £330,000 at Great Western Park.

To make securing their perfect property even easier, homebuyers can benefit from the Government’s Help To Buy scheme at the development, which means eligible first-time buyers and those with a property to sell can purchase their new home for 80% of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5%.

Help To Buy customers receive a 20% Government loan to help with the purchase of new-build homes up to the value of £600,000 and there is no salary cap for buyers taking advantage of the scheme.

Great Western Park is conveniently located close to the vibrant town of Didcot, where homebuyers can enjoy a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, with all the amenities of Oxford city centre just 12 miles away.

Taylor Wimpey is also investing £60 million in transport, schools and other community facilities both within the development itself and the surrounding area. Over time the new community will benefit from new primary and secondary schools, shops, community centres, a health centre, open spaces and play areas.

Commuters will enjoy easy access to the A34, which leads to the M4 and M40, while Didcot Parkway railway station offers regular services to London Paddington, with a journey time of around 40 minutes.

The nature reserves at Little Wittenham or Mowbray Fields are just a short distance away from Great Western Park for buyers who want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the surrounding countryside.

To find out more about the stunning townhouses available at Great Western Park, property-seekers can visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Sir Frank Williams Avenue, Didcot, OX11 6AB, and open daily from 10am to 5pm (Mondays 1pm to 5pm). Alternatively, visit

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