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Coming soon - New homes by Taylor Wimpey at Tharston Meadow

24th May 2015 Print
Taylor Wimpey

Home-hunters in Norfolk will soon be able to choose from a brand new selection of beautiful properties at Taylor Wimpey’s Tharston Meadow development in Tharston.

This stunning collection comprises three, four and five-bedroom houses, with the development due to launch in late August.

Detailed plans and prices are being kept under wraps until the launch date, but would-be buyers are being urged to register their interest in the development as soon as possible to ensure they receive the latest information as it becomes available.

Caroline Carter, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We’re now just a few weeks away from finally unveiling our hotly-anticipated collection of new homes in a picturesque village setting at Tharston Meadow.

“We are confident that discerning customers will find their dream home amongst our stunning range of three, four and five-bedroom designs.

“We’re already experiencing high levels of interest from aspiring buyers, so I’d advise anyone hoping to make Tharston Meadow their home to contact us now and give themselves the best chance of securing their favourite plot.”

All the new homes at Tharston Meadow will be completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

To make moving even easier and more affordable, Taylor Wimpey will offer a range of helpful homebuyer incentives for purchasers in a variety of circumstances, including Help to Buy and Part Exchange.

Full details will be available from the Sales Executive following the development launch.

Tharston Meadow is situated in the pretty south Norfolk village of Tharston, close to schools and shops, well located for transport and just 12 miles south of the fine, historic city of Norwich.

Parents will be pleased to know that the two nearby schools – the local primary school in the neighbouring village of Hapstead, and Long Stratton secondary school in another neighbouring village – are both rated “good” by Ofsted.

Nearby Long Stratton also has a good selection of shops running through the village on the main street and in two small shopping centres, while there’s also a Co-op supermarket, a bank and a leisure centre.

Regular buses run from Long Stratton along the A140 to Norwich, 12 miles to the north. Norwich is one of Britain’s great cities, successfully combining every modern facility for local people with a wealth of history for the tourists. The coast at Lowestoft is 28 miles away from Tharston Meadow.

To register an interest in the new homes at Tharston Meadow, visit

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