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Act now to secure one of the final homes at Beechbrook Park

22nd January 2015 Print
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Discerning property-seekers need to be quick if they want to secure their place at Taylor Wimpey’s popular Beechbrook Park development in Buxted, East Sussex.

This highly sought-after development is now just six homes away from being a complete sell out, with the superb four-bedroom ‘Easton’ and ‘Kentdale’ designs and the beautiful five-bedroom ‘Ashdown’ house among the final properties available.

Sarah Pasco, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the incredible response from homebuyers at our wonderful Beechbrook Park development and as a result there are now only six plots remaining for sale here!

“I would encourage house-hunters to act quickly as demand for these wonderful properties is running high and reservations are being taken on a first-come, first-served basis.”

The fabulous four-bedroom semi-detached ‘Easton’, priced at just £360,000, boasts a light and airy living/dining room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, plus a kitchen/breakfast room and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway. Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom while an en-suite master bedroom occupies the entire top floor.

Alternatively, the beautiful five-bedroom ‘Ashdown’, priced at £425,000, features a similarly spacious ground-floor layout while the first-floor landing leads to two en-suite bedrooms and a family bathroom. A well appointed en-suite master bedroom, two additional bedrooms and a shower room can be found on the top floor. Both properties benefit from driveway parking and a garage outside.

The four-bedroom ‘Kentdale’ detached house is also available at Beechbrook Park, priced from just £390,000.

To make choosing one of these impressive properties even easier and more affordable, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of helpful homebuyer incentives.

Help to Buy, for example, enables eligible first-time buyers and those with a property to sell to secure a Government loan for up to 20% of their new home’s full price – meaning they only require a 75% loan-to-value mortgage and a deposit as low as 5%. Help to Buy is available on new-build properties up to the value of £600,000 and there is no salary cap for homebuyers taking advantage of the scheme.

With a population of 3,000, Buxted is a peaceful yet thriving community located on the edge of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Buxted has its own primary school, and a toddler group and pre-school are also located in the village, while day nurseries and secondary schooling can be found in nearby Uckfield.

There is a village store and pharmacy, a new medical centre, two pubs, plus a popular restaurant at nearby Buxted Park Hotel, while supermarkets, high street shops and other amenities can be found in the local market towns of Uckfield, which is two miles away, and Crowborough, which is six miles from home.

A haven for commuters, Buxted has its own railway station, which offers direct services to London Bridge in about 70 minutes. The village is also handy for the A22 with its routes to Eastbourne, London and the M25 and the A26 to Tunbridge Wells 15 miles away and Brighton, 21 miles from home.

To find out more about the final six homes at Beechbrook Park, property-seekers can visit the Sales Information Centre, located off High Street, Buxted, Uckfield, East Sussex, and open Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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