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Don't miss the beautiful 'Eskdale' at Westvale Park, Horley

4th July 2017 Print
The Eskdale house type

House-hunters in Surrey seeking a family-size home should make sure they don’t miss out on the stunning ‘Eskdale’ at Westvale Park, Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after development in Horley.

This stylish four-bedroom property features a wealth of generous living space that’s perfect for families – and the ‘Eskdale’ at plot 11, priced at £525,000, comes complete with a fabulous package of upgrades including integrated kitchen appliances, heated towel rails, downlights and flooring throughout. What’s more, it’s ready to move into this year!

The ‘Eskdale’ is also available with the Help to Buy scheme, which enables eligible first-time buyers and those with a property to sell to access a Government loan for up to 20% of their new home’s full price – so they only need a 75% loan-to-value mortgage and a deposit as low as 5%.

Susan Joseph, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The ‘Eskdale’ is a beautiful contemporary home which appeals to a wide range of buyers with its modern, spacious layout and sought after location on the edge of the London commuter belt.

“Prospective purchasers can visit the ‘Eskdale’ showhome at Westvale Park to experience a glimpse of the life they could be enjoying at this wonderful property – but with interest running high, I’d advise them to act now or risk missing out!”

The ‘Eskdale’ boasts an airy kitchen/dining room and a spacious living room with double doors opening to the private rear garden, plus a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway. There’s also a utility room with access to the garden.

Upstairs, the landing leads to an en-suite master bedroom, three additional bedrooms and a family bathroom, while outside there’s a garage and driveway parking for two cars.

There’s a selection of alternative four-bedroom designs available at Westvale Park, priced from £520,000, along with a collection of two-bedroom apartments from £285,000.

Help to Buy is available on new-build homes up to the value of £600,000 and there’s no salary cap for purchasers taking advantage of the scheme.

Situated on the outskirts of Horley, Westvale Park lies within easy reach of a host of amenities for convenient day-to-day living, as well as excellent road links for commuters. Horley town centre boasts a good selection of independent boutiques and high street shops, plus plenty of places to eat and drink, while there are also several supermarkets and convenience stores.

There’s a variety of sports clubs within the local community, as well as large areas of open space and picturesque recreational grounds. Horley is also home to the unique Archway Theatre, located under the Victoria Road railway bridge arches.

Parents will appreciate that there is a choice of well-regarded schools in Horley, including Meath Green Infant School, rated ‘outstanding’ in its latest Ofsted inspection, plus Horley Infant School and Manorfield Primary and Nursery School, which are rated ‘good’. Meanwhile, for secondary-age pupils, Oakwood School is also rated ‘good’.

Westvale Park is well located for commuters, with the M23 nearby which leads to the M25 for routes into London and to the north, while the A23 provides access to Brighton and the south-east. Horley railway station also offers direct and regular services to Brighton and London.

To find out more about the ‘Eskdale’ (plot 11) and to view the showhome at Westvale Park, property-seekers should visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Reigate Road, Horley, RH6 0HJ, and open daily from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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