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Stunning new crescent homes in Ruislip

4th August 2010 Print
An artist’s impression of the luxurious five-bedroom ‘Kingsley’ townhouse

Taylor Wimpey has unveiled a beautiful crescent of homes at its sought-after Sandringham development of property for sale in Ruislip, bringing with it a link to one of Britain’s most traditional and upmarket ways of living.

The outstanding townhouses bring the nation’s architectural heritage very much into the present day at this stunning development of new build homes in Ruislip, with contemporary touches to suit modern lifestyles.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, the townhouse was designed as a place for entertaining, with large reception rooms at the heart of the home. Ownership of such a property symbolised status and today, London’s crescent homes remain among the most exclusive and desirable homes in the capital.

At Taylor Wimpey’s Sandringham, property-seekers in search of Ruislip property or houses for sale in Eastcote now have the opportunity to experience beautiful townhouse living in a wonderful leafy setting – without having to pay central London prices.

Tim Betts, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “Each of the high quality Ruislip properties within our brand new crescent of homes at Sandringham is designed to offer exceptional living space and outstanding style, and we are anticipating demand will be high.

“Anybody seeking to enjoy a traditionally grand lifestyle in a great location should come along to find out more about these exceptional homes – before it’s too late!

The luxurious five-bedroom ‘Kingsley’ townhouse, priced from just £479,995, is one of the first crescent homes to be released for sale at Sandringham and benefits from generous accommodation laid out across three floors.

The entrance hallway leads to a well-proportioned bedroom, a handy utility room, a guest cloakroom, an integrated garage plus a beautiful light and airy conservatory leading through to the private rear garden.

Upstairs, a wonderfully spacious lounge/dining room and open-plan kitchen spans the full depth of the property and opens through French doors to an attractive private balcony.

A bedroom which could alternatively be used as a study is also located off the first-floor landing while three further bedrooms, including one with en-suite facilities, and a main bathroom can be found on the top floor.

Thoughtfully laid out in a sweeping curved terraced, the ‘Kingsley’ benefits from a private rear garden and additional allocated parking outside.

Like all new homes at Sandringham, each property is completed to a high standard specification, including central heating, double glazing and fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

Alternatively, one fast-moving purchaser can reserve the superb three-bedroom ‘Worthington’ crescent townhouse with conservatory, priced only £464,995.

To make choosing a property at Sandringham even more appealing, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of time and money-saving incentives, including help with deposits and legal fees for first-time buyers, and assistance with finding a purchaser for those with a property to sell.

Incentives can be tailored to customers’ individual specifications and are subject to availability, with further information available from the Sales Executive.

Sandringham lies within 19 acres of landscaped grounds between Ruislip and Eastcote High Street, with a new community hall and public open spaces included in the development design.

The superb array of local shopping facilities include a Marks & Spencer and a Waitrose, while a wider choice of outlets can be found nearby at The Chimes Shopping Centre in Uxbridge.

Pubs, restaurants and bars are also within walking distance of the development, the well-equipped High Grove Gym is just around the corner, and the tranquil parkland of Ruislip Common, Park Wood and Ruislip Lido are also within easy reach.

Commuters choosing to enjoy Sandringham’s laid-back lifestyle are well catered for, with the M40 and M25 a 15-minute drive away and direct local bus services to Pinner, Northwood and Ruislip.

The development is also equidistant from East Ruislip, Eastcote and Ruislip Manor stations on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, and, only a little further on foot or by road, South Ruislip and West Ruislip stations on the Central Line.

To find out more about the new crescent of homes at Sandringham, visit the Sales Information Centre and showhomes, located off Lime Grove, Eastcote, and open seven days a week from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

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An artist’s impression of the luxurious five-bedroom ‘Kingsley’ townhouse