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Work begins at Taylor Wimpey's new homes development in Codsall

6th January 2017 Print

Work is now under way at Wheatfield Manor, Taylor Wimpey’s hotly-anticipated new development of high-quality homes on the edge of the Staffordshire village of Codsall.

The start of construction work at the site means property-seekers will soon be able to take their pick from this stunning collection of properties, with the first plots due to be released for sale in April 2017.

Perfectly located between attractive countryside and an established residential neighbourhood, Wheatfield Manor comprises a wonderful mix of properties, including a collection of prestigious detached houses which are ideally suited to growing families.

What’s more, Taylor Wimpey will offer the fantastic Help to Buy scheme at Wheatfield Manor, meaning purchasers can trade up to a larger home with a deposit as low as 5%! Eager home-hunters are already acting quickly to register their interest in the new houses at Wheatfield Manor and anyone hoping to secure their favourite plot is advised to sign up for updates now so they can receive the latest information as it becomes available.

Anne Wallace, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We’re really pleased to have begun work on site at Wheatfield Manor, which means we are now another step closer to unveiling the first selection of beautiful properties to Staffordshire home-hunters.

“Interest in this exciting new homes development is steadily building and I would encourage would-be buyers to register their interest without delay.

“This is a beautiful site which borders lovely countryside in a very desirable village with easy access to Wolverhampton, so it’s no surprise people are hoping to make it their home!”

Help to Buy eligible first-time buyers and those with a property to sell to secure a Government loan for up to 20% of the full price of their new home – so they only require a 75% loan-to-value mortgage and a 5% deposit. Help to Buy is available on new-build properties up to the value of £600,000 and there is no salary cap for customers who take advantage of the scheme.

The new homes at Wheatfield Manor will enjoy a peaceful yet well-connected location in the Staffordshire village of Codsall, which is surrounded by countryside and natural woodland areas, and lies just six miles away from Wolverhampton.

Codsall has everything needed for convenient day-to-day living, including shops, a doctor’s surgery, a dental practice and a library, while ‘The Square’, situated in the village centre, offers an array of independent boutiques, traditional pubs, restaurants and cafés, and a bank.

Meanwhile, the thriving city of Wolverhampton is just a short drive away and boasts an extensive selection of high street shops, department stores and supermarkets. There are also plenty of entertainment and leisure facilities available for family days out.

Codsall is served well by a variety of schools for children of all ages. St Nicholas Church of England First School, Lane Green First School and St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School are all just a short walk from home and were all rated ‘good’ in their most recent Ofsted inspections, while Birches First School, rated ‘outstanding’, is within a mile and a half of home.

Codsall Middle School caters for Year 5 to Year 8 students, while Codsall Community High School – which is just few minutes’ walk from home – offers education for 13 to 18-year-olds. Both schools are also rated ‘good’.

For commuters, the M54 is within easy reach of the development, providing links to the M6 and M5 motorways, for routes to Birmingham, Worcester, Staffordshire and Stoke-On-Trent. Codsall railway station is just a mile away and provides regular and direct services to Shrewsbury and Birmingham New Street, offering connections to destinations further afield.

To register an interest in the new homes at Wheatfield Manor, or to find more information about Taylor Wimpey developments across the region, visit

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