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Get your stamp duty paid on the 'Pendley' at Faulkners Place

29th October 2014 Print
The Pendley housetype

There’s just one chance for a lucky property-seeker to move into the magnificent ‘Pendley’ in time for Christmas at Faulkners Place, Taylor Wimpey’s near sell-out development in Harpenden, Hertfordshire – and get their stamp duty paid!

This amazing offer is available on the six-bedroom ‘Pendley’ at Plot 17 only and is an incredible £60,000 free gift towards the cost of moving for the lucky purchaser who completes on the property before Christmas.

This fabulous detached home, which is priced at £1,200,000 and comes complete with a £14,000 flooring pack, really does have the ‘wow’ factor!

Christine Scarborough, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey North Thames says: “This is the last chance to snap up the ‘Pendley’ in time for Christmas at Faulkners Place and we don’t expect it to be available for long.

“Our stamp duty paid offer on Plot 17 is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to drastically cut the cost of moving – but anyone hoping to take advantage of such a fantastic deal really must act without delay, or risk missing out on this superb opportunity!”

The luxurious ‘Pendley’ features an incredible 2,723 sq ft of luxury living accommodation across three floors, with a fabulous statement entrance hall which is overlooked by a beautiful galleried landing.

A spacious kitchen and a large living room both open through French doors to the private rear garden, which backs onto open fields, while a dining room, a family room, a utility room and a guest cloakroom complete the generous 1136 sq ft ground-floor layout.

Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to the generous master bedroom with en-suite, dressing area and Juliet balcony, an en-suite guest bedroom, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while two bonus rooms – ideal for use as games rooms, media rooms or as a secluded space for older children – and a shower room occupy the top floor. There’s also 180ft of low level storage space in the eaves, while outside, the property benefits from a garage and a 10-metre long driveway.

Harpenden may have expanded beyond its rural origins, but this thriving commuter town’s unique blend of period cottages, Victorian properties and open parkland has allowed it to retain a tranquil village atmosphere. Taylor Wimpey is the only large developer building brand new homes in the town.

The exceptional educational opportunities open to children of all ages in Harpenden make it a popular destination for families. For primary-age children, Wood End School, which neighbours Faulkners Place, was rated ‘outstanding’ in its most recent Ofsted inspection, while St George’s School, for secondary pupils, is also ‘outstanding’ and within walking distance.

Excellent transport links include trains from Harpenden railway station to St Pancras International in half an hour and Mill Hill Broadway in just 20 minutes, making travel into London quick and easy. Flitwick is also about 20 minutes away by train for Woburn Safari Park and Woburn Center Parcs – while Luton Airport Parkway and St Albans are both only a stop away!

Harpenden’s independent stores, restaurants, cafes and a range of local services can be found in the distinctive and well-appointed high street, while a more extensive selection of amenities is available in nearby Luton and St Albans.

To stand a chance of snapping up the ‘Pendley’ at Faulkners Place, house-hunters can visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Yeomans Avenue, Harpenden, and open Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 5.30pm. Alternatively, visit

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The Pendley housetype