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Enjoy stamp duty paid on a new home at Beauchamp Mill

11th August 2014 Print
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Property-seekers who act now can save thousands of pounds on the cost of securing a stunning new home at Taylor Wimpey’s popular Beauchamp Mill development in Stotfold.

The leading housebuilder is offering to pay stamp duty for the lucky purchaser who reserves the three-bedroom Plot 49 ‘Alderton’ property, priced £275,000, which will be available to move into later this year.

That means the fast-acting homebuyer will be spared a 3% stamp duty bill of £8,250 when they move into their new home!

Christine Scarborough, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “This is a fantastic opportunity for one savvy homebuyer to snap up a stylish ‘Alderton’ house for less than they might have imagined by saving thousands of pounds on their stamp duty bill.

“I would encourage anyone who’d like to find out more about this fabulous incentive to come and visit us at Beauchamp Mill as soon as possible – before this superb property is gone!”

The ‘Alderton’ terraced house boasts a light and airy living/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, with a kitchen/breakfast room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom, while an en-suite bedroom enjoys appealing seclusion on the top floor. Outside, there are two allocated parking spaces.

The purchaser of Plot 49 can also take advantage of the Help to Buy equity loan scheme, which involves a Government loan for 20% of its full price – meaning they only require a 75% loan-to-value mortgage and a 5% deposit. Terms and conditions apply, and further details are available from the Sales Executive.

Bordered by open fields, the new homes at Beauchamp Mill are within easy reach of a host of facilities for day-to-day living in Stotfold, with the Garden City of Letchworth just four miles away.

Stotfold boasts a range of shops and businesses catering for everyday needs, including a small supermarket, a newsagent, a bakery, a pharmacy, a library, a church, a hairdresser and a garage, plus a selection of pre-schools and schools for younger children. Provision for older children can be found in nearby Arlesey and Clifton, where there’s also an adult education centre.

For commuters, the A1 is just half a mile from Beauchamp Mill, while Arlesey railway station is two-and-a-half miles from home, putting London King’s Cross just 37 minutes away by train.

Property-seekers can find out more about securing the stylish ‘Alderton’ home – and have the stamp duty paid – by visiting the Sales Information Centre, located off Taylors Road, Stotfold, SG5 4AX, and open Thursday to Sunday from 10am and 5.30pm and Mondays 2pm to 5.30pm. Alternatively, visit

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