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Don't miss a great deal with the 'Flatford' at Haycop Rise in Broseley

27th May 2016 Print
The Flatford house type

Taylor Wimpey is making it easier than ever for Shropshire property-seekers to put their own stamp on a brand new home by offering a £2,000 interior Options voucher to spend on selected new homes at its popular Haycop Rise development in Broseley!

This fantastic deal is available with three-bedroom ‘Flatford’ properties (plots 58, 59 and 60, priced from £184,995), giving prospective purchasers the chance to personalise their dream home and make it their own before they’ve even moved in!

Lucky buyers hoping to take advantage of this offer must reserve their new home at Haycop Rise by the 30th June. They can then choose from Taylor Wimpey’s extensive interior Options range, including kitchens and bathroom suites, tiles, flooring, fixtures, fittings and accessories for their new home.

Taylor Wimpey also offers a range of helpful homebuyer incentives to make moving even easier and more affordable, including Help to Buy, Part Exchange or easymover.

Anne Wallace, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Moving into a brand new home is an exciting time, and putting your own stamp on a property is one of the most fun parts about becoming a homeowner.

“That’s why we’re offering a £2,000 interior Options voucher for customers who go ahead and reserve one of the ‘Flatford’ homes now on sale at Haycop Rise. All of our choices and Options have a two-year guarantee, and homebuyers will love how they can move into their new home with everything already fitted and ready to use.”

Ideal for couples or young families, the ‘Flatford’ features a light and airy living/dining room with double doors to the private rear garden to make the most of the property’s outdoor space, plus a stylish contemporary kitchen/breakfast room for informal mealtimes, and a convenient guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

Upstairs, the landing leads to a beautiful en-suite master bedroom, two further well-proportioned bedrooms – one of which could alternatively be used as a home office or playroom – and a family bathroom.

Haycop Rise is bordered by picturesque open countryside and mature trees, and would make the perfect choice for those hoping to move away from the hustle and bustle of urban life to a tranquil rural retreat. Right on the doorstep is the Haycop, a nine-acre, locally-managed nature reserve featuring meadow, woodland and heath.

Alternatively, Broseley’s picture postcard High Street offers an eclectic mix of independent places to eat – including popular family-run restaurant Clays of Broseley and award-winning The King and Thai – while there are idyllic views of the River Severn at the historic Woodbridge Inn.

As well as its thriving choice of shops, pubs and places to eat within walking distance, Broseley also boasts good facilities including a library, a health centre and two well-regarded primary schools. Secondary schools are found in nearby Much Wenlock or Madeley.

Along with the Jitties, a fascinating maze of narrow lanes and passageways, Broseley is also home to Broseley Clay Pipeworks Museum, one of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust’s 10 museums, while its beautiful church is referred to locally as the ‘Cathedral of Shropshire’.

Meanwhile, the M54 is just eight miles from home for links to the motorway network, and the major centres of Telford (nine miles away), Shrewsbury (16 miles) and Wolverhampton (20 miles) are within easy reach.

To stand a chance of securing a great deal with the ‘Flatford’ at Haycop Rise, property-seekers should visit the Sales Centre, located off Dark Lane, Broseley, TF12 5LH, and open Thursday to Monday from 11am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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The Flatford house type