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Don't make do with an old home - Buy new with Part Exchange at Forest Grove at Pine Trees

1st September 2016 Print
The Carnaby house style

Home-owners don’t have to make do with a house they’ve outgrown – instead they can trade up to a bigger and better brand new property at Forest Grove at Pine Trees, Taylor Wimpey’s popular development in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

The leading housebuilder has launched a campaign – Don’t Make Do, Buy New! – to offer the perfect solution for those who are currently putting up with a home that’s too small for their needs.

Rather than making do, they can upgrade to a larger property that better suits their lifestyle – and, thanks to Taylor Wimpey’s fantastic Part Exchange scheme, they can save themselves a great deal of time, money and hassle in the process!

Homeowners who reserve selected plots at Forest Grove at Pine Trees – which enjoys a parkland setting amid the outstanding natural beauty of the Chiltern Hills – can take advantage of this incredible initiative, which sees them receive an agreed offer price for their existing property, based on an evaluation of independent professional valuations.

With Taylor Wimpey as their cash buyer, they can then relax in their old place until their brand new home is ready to move into, with none of the hassle of dealing with the property market to contend with!

Susan Joseph, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The thought of moving can put many people off looking for a bigger place for their growing family – but they don’t have to carry on using the kitchen table as a home office or making the kids share a bedroom.

“Instead of making do with their old home or splashing out on an expensive and stressful extension project, customers can trade up to a larger property at Forest Grove at Pine Trees by using Part Exchange and relax in the knowledge that there’s no chain, no fuss and no hassle!

“I’d urge anyone interested in securing their dream home here to get in touch without delay to find out more and take advantage of this great opportunity.”

There’s a superb selection of new homes available to reserve at Forest Grove at Pine Trees, including three-bedroom houses from £475,000 and four-bedroom designs from £495,000.

The four-bedroom ‘Carnaby’ (plot 427), for example, is priced at £495,000 and features a wonderful 22ft living/dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows and double doors to the private rear garden. There’s also a spacious 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 the en-suite master bedroom with dressing area enjoys appealing seclusion on the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from two parking spaces.

Built on what was once RAF property, Forest Grove at Pine Trees lies to the south of High Wycombe town centre, enjoying a tree-lined setting on the edge of the picturesque Chilterns.

There is a fantastic range of shopping and entertainment opportunities available in High Wycombe, with The Eden Centre boasting more than 100 stores, a bowling alley, a cinema and a library, while regular markets are held in the pedestrianised high street.

The development will include a community centre, a primary school, open parkland, a sports pitch and play area. Parents will appreciate that the development is conveniently placed for a variety of well-regarded schools for children of all ages, including Chepping View Primary School.

The new homes enjoy easy access to the A404 and Junction 4 of the M40 for quick links to the M25 and central London, and are just over a mile from High Wycombe railway station, which offers regular services to London Marylebone in less than 40 minutes.

For information about the new homes at Forest Grove at Pine Trees, home-hunters should visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Daws Hill Lane, High Wycombe, HP11 1QB and open daily from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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The Carnaby house style