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Get help with the cost of moving thanks to Taylor Wimpey's stamp duty offer at Saxon Quarter

14th September 2016 Print

Quick-off-the-mark home-hunters can grab a great deal on a brand new property at Taylor Wimpey’s Saxon Quarter development in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

The leading local housebuilder is offering to pay the stamp duty on selected three-bedroom houses at this exciting new development – and this fantastic free gift could save purchasers up to £4,250 on the cost of moving!

This fantastic offer is available with Plots 76 and 86 – The Beaumont, both priced at £285,000, and Plot 78 – The Beaumont, at £280,000 for reservations made until the end of September.

Prospective purchasers can get a good idea of the great sense of interior space within these fabulous properties by visiting the ‘Osmund’ showhome at Saxon Quarter, which has a very similar layout to the ‘Beaumont’.

Charlie Joseph, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “With our amazing contribution towards stamp duty on the ‘Beaumont’ at Saxon Quarter now available, this is a great opportunity to make a substantial saving on one of the main expenses associated with moving.

“Each of these wonderful properties features a spacious and carefully-planned design that’s perfect for contemporary life – so this is the ideal chance to upgrade to a bigger home for less!”

The ‘Beaumont’ features a light and airy kitchen/dining room which opens through double doors to the private rear garden, while a large lounge and a guest cloakroom complete the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs, the landing leads to an en-suite master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside, the property benefits from either two parking spaces or a garage and additional parking.

Alternatively, four-bedroom houses are available to purchase at Saxon Quarter from just £320,000.

Located just over a mile from Cheltenham town centre, the development enjoys a fantastic and well-connected setting on the edge of the picturesque rolling Cotswold Hills.

Saxon Quarter is also close to a wide range of shops and amenities, including Tesco, Asda and Waitrose supermarkets, while Cheltenham boasts an extensive selection of high street shops, department stores, independent boutiques and places to eat and drink.

Cheltenham is home to the flagship event of British steeplechase horse racing, the Gold Cup, while the town also hosts the world-renowned annual Cheltenham Literature Festival.

There’s a great selection of schools nearby, with Rowanfield Junior School, which is rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, just a short walk away.

Commuters will appreciate the easy access to the M5 for routes to Bristol and the West Midlands, while Cheltenham Spa railway station offers direct services to London Paddington, Worcester, Birmingham and Bristol.

To find out more about the new homes on sale at Saxon Quarter, house-hunters can visit the Sales and Information Centre, located on the site of the former Christ College School, off Arle Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 8LE. The development is open daily from 11am to 5.30pm, or visit