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Escape the rising cost of living with a new home at Beauchamp Mill

17th January 2014 Print
Beauchamp Mill development

Property-buyers can escape expensive energy bills and maintenance costs by purchasing a new-build Taylor Wimpey home at Beauchamp Mill in Stotfold, adding up to thousands of pounds of savings every year.

Discerning purchasers will see their cost of living drop significantly by moving into a brand new home at this sought-after development when compared with the running costs of an older property.

The average household’s dual-fuel energy bill at a new-build property built to current regulations will be 55% cheaper than a typical modernised Victorian home, for example, according to the Zero Carbon Hub. That could equate to savings of around £1,300 a year.

The savings don’t stop there. Buyers who reserve their new house in advance can ensure their dream home suits their individual taste as they can choose from Taylor Wimpey’s extensive range of interior Options, including kitchens and bathroom suites, tiles, flooring, fixtures, fittings and accessories.

House-hunters who buy new at Beauchamp Mill could also save on costly repairs and maintenance bills. Research by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors revealed people have found themselves facing average repair bills of £5,750 to their previously-owned home by failing to get a proper survey.

Furthermore, the typical household spends on average £716 a year on home repairs and maintenance3 – an expense which purchasers of a brand new home can happily avoid.

Christine Scarborough, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Buying a new home is the biggest purchase we ever make, so the savings that add up from buying a new-build home compared with an older property can really make a difference.

“Not only does buying new add up financially, but purchasers at Beauchamp Mill can enjoy the benefits of expert help and advice from our Sales Executives throughout the entire moving process.”

There is a choice of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties available to buy now at Beauchamp Mill, including the four-bedroom ‘Kentdale’ semi-detached house, priced from £371,500, which features a dual-aspect living room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, with an open-plan kitchen/dining/utility room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to an en-suite master bedroom, a further bedroom, a study and a main bathroom, while two additional bedrooms can be found on the top floor. Outside, there’s a garage and driveway parking.

Beauchamp Mill enjoys an enviable rural location, boasting impressive views of the surrounding countryside yet remaining just a short distance away from the shops and leisure facilities of nearby Stotfold.

Good schools for children of all ages are located close by, while commuters will appreciate that the A1 is just half a mile from Beauchamp Mill and Aleksey railway station is two-and-a-half miles from home, putting London King’s Cross just 37 minutes away by train.

To find out more about the benefits of buying a brand new Taylor Wimpey home at Beauchamp Mill, property-seekers can visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Taylors Road, Stotfold, Bedfordshire, SG5 4AX, and open daily from 10am to 5.30pm (Mondays 2pm to 5.30pm). Alternatively, visit

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