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Looking for a hassle-free house move? Check out the Part Exchange Weekend at Burntwood Manor

4th January 2016 Print
Taylor Wimpey

House-hunters struggling to sell their home, or keen to avoid the hassle of a property chain, are invited to find out how they can Part Exchange for a beautiful new home at Taylor Wimpey’s Burntwood Manor development in Burntwood, Staffordshire.

The leading housebuilder is holding a Part Exchange Weekend at the development on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th January, when would-be movers can find out about this excellent incentive which could see them offload their current property in an instant!

Under Part Exchange, customers choosing from the selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes at the development will receive an agreed offer price for their existing house, based on the average of independent professional valuations.

With the leading housebuilder as their guaranteed cash buyer – and no danger of the property chain breaking – Part Exchange purchasers can relax until their brand new home at Burntwood Manor is ready to move into.

An independent financial advisor will also be on hand during the Part Exchange Weekend to advise would-be purchasers on affordability and mortgage availability.

Elaine Taylor, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Part Exchange really does take all the hassle out of selling an existing property. Buyers can relax in their old place until their new home at Burntwood Manor is ready.

“What’s more, by exchanging their old place for a low-maintenance new-build home, customers can look forward to making the most of their leisure time even after they move, rather than having to spend it tackling stressful and expensive DIY projects!”

One of the homes available with Part Exchange at Burntwood Manor is the lovely four-bedroom detached ‘Bradenham’, priced at just £254,995 and featuring a living room and a kitchen/breakfast room, which both open through French doors to the private rear garden. A separate dining room, which could alternatively be used as a study, and a guest cloakroom complete the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs there’s an en-suite master bedroom along with three further well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom, while the property also benefits from an integral garage and driveway parking outside.

Ideally located between two towns – attractive Cannock and historic Lichfield – Burntwood Manor is also next door to Chasewater Country Park, a 900-acre leisure zone of outdoor space and open water with its own sailing club.

There are a variety of primary and secondary schools within easy reach of the new development, including the Erasmus Darwin Academy for pupils aged 11 to 18, which is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors.

There is a large Tesco close to the development and a variety of shops in Burntwood, with a further choice in Cannock and Lichfield, both just five miles away. The large Orbital Retail Park, anchored by Homebase, is only 12 minutes away.

There are straightforward road links to the A5, the M6 toll road, the M6 and the M54, and it’s only 15 minutes to Lichfield railway station and 30 minutes to Birmingham Airport.

To stand a chance of trading up to a sensational new home at Burntwood Manor, property-seekers should attend the Part Exchange on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th January, from 11am to 5pm.

The development is located off Milestone Way, Burntwood, Staffordshire, WS7 3XD, and open Thursday to Monday between 11am and 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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