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Move up the property ladder in style at Taylor Wimpey’s The Halt, Cam

8th May 2017 Print
The four-bedroom Ryeford home

Gloucestershire property-seekers are being offered a fantastic chance to enjoy life in a bigger, better house at The Halt, Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after new development in the beautiful village of Cam.

The exceptional four-bedroom detached ‘Ryeford’ housetype offers plenty of stylish living space and is on sale from just £395,000.

What’s more, canny purchasers can take advantage of Taylor Wimpey’s Part Exchange scheme, under which customers looking to trade up to a new home at The Halt can receive an agreed offer price for their existing property based on an evaluation of independent professional valuations.

With Taylor Wimpey as their cash buyer and no danger of the property chain collapsing, Part Exchange purchasers are free to sit back and relax until their brand new home is ready to move into.

Danielle Heard, Acting Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Bristol, says: “The beautiful ‘Ryeford’ home is ideal for growing families or couples looking for extra space, or even those seeking an idyllic picturesque retreat.

“With Part Exchange making moving to The Halt even easier and more affordable, it’s no wonder these houses are proving immensely popular.

“With demand showing no sign of slowing, I’d urge property-seekers to get in touch without delay – or risk missing out on their dream home!”

The ‘Ryeford’ is a handsome, double-fronted home featuring a spacious living room and a family/dining room – both opening through double doors to the private rear garden – with a modern fitted kitchen, a formal dining room that could alternatively be used as a study and a guest cloakroom completing the ground-floor layout.

Upstairs is a luxurious en-suite master bedroom, three further double bedrooms and a main bathroom, while outside there is a garage and two allocated parking spaces.

Alternative four-bedroom designs are available to reserve at The Halt from £325,000 to £400,000.

All new homes at the development are completed to a high specification, including energy-efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

Situated on the northern edge of Cam and bordered by picturesque open countryside, the new homes at The Halt are set around an attractive central area of landscaped open space including a children’s playground.

Cam is a thriving rural village community which offers a host of local facilities for everyday needs, including a Tesco supermarket, a post office, a newsagent, a hardware store and a choice of takeaways.

The development is ideal for commuters thanks to the close proximity of Cam and Dursley railway station less than half a mile from home, putting Bristol (35 to 40 minutes) and Gloucester (15 to 20 minutes) within easy reach. Junction 13 of the M5 is only five miles away for convenient links to the Midlands and the South West.

Families will appreciate the good choice of high-performing primary schools available in Cam and neighbouring villages, while Rednock School for secondary-age children is also nearby and rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. There are also a number of independent schools within a 15-mile radius, at Minchinhampton, Stonehouse, Westonbirt and Tockington.

To stand a chance of securing the fabulous ‘Ryeford’ at The Halt, home-hunters should visit the Sales and Information Centre, located off Box Road, Cam, Gloucestershire, GL11 5DJ, and open daily from 11am to 5.30pm. Alternatively, visit

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The four-bedroom Ryeford home An artist’s impression of the four-bedroom ‘Ryeford’ home and street scene at Taylor Wimpey’s development ‘The Halt’ in Cam.