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Why rent when you can buy at New Berry Vale?

9th February 2014 Print
New Berry Vale development

Property-renters who are keen to take their first step onto the housing ladder are being urged to visit Taylor Wimpey’s New Berry Vale development in Aylesbury.

Prospective purchasers might be surprised to discover just how affordable buying a home at this sought-after development might be. While renters are struggling to keep up with their spiralling monthly payments, securing a property at New Berry Vale offers a far more attractive option than lining a landlord’s pockets.

The average monthly rent for a three-bedroom house in the area is £1,255, yet buyers can snap up the Plot 427 ‘Gosford’ three-bedroom house at New Berry Vale for £250,000 – meaning their monthly mortgage payments could be as little as £750.

Steve Rolt, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The popular myth is that renting a home is cheaper than buying, but this is not necessarily the case at New Berry Vale, where tenants could become homeowners and pay less per month in mortgage repayments than they were paying in rent.

“I would urge anyone who is interested in getting onto the property ladder to come and see the high-quality homes at New Berry Vale for themselves without delay.”

The Plot 427 ‘Gosford’ features a kitchen/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, while a spacious lounge and a guest cloakroom complete the ground-floor layout. Upstairs, the landing leads to the en-suite master bedroom, two additional bedrooms and the main bathroom, while outside the property benefits from a garage and parking.

Alternatively, there’s a great selection of four-bedroom homes available at New Berry Vale, including the ‘Framlingham’ and ‘Azalea’ houses, both priced from £350,000.

New Berry Vale is the opening phase of Aylesbury’s stunning new Berryfields community. Bordered by picturesque countryside, yet within easy reach of the town centre, it will comprise exceptional community facilities and employment opportunities alongside more than 3,000 homes. There is also provision for two primary schools at Berryfields and the planned state-of-the-art Aylesbury Academy.

A local centre will include a food store and ten other smaller shops, while acres of green open spaces, including a riverside park area, will also feature 13 equipped play areas for families to enjoy. A community centre will provide a focal point for the residents of the new homes and a new health centre is also planned.

For commuters, the M40 and the M25 are both within easy reach of the development, local bus routes provide connections to Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton airports, and regular direct train services operate from nearby Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station to London Marylebone.

To find out more about swapping renting for home ownership at New Berry Vale, property-seekers should visit the Sales Centre, located off Bicester Road, Aylesbury, HP18 0PS, and open 10am and 5pm daily (Mondays 1.30pm to 5pm). Alternatively, visit

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