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Money doesn’t grow on trees…but bricks and mortar in Barking is a smart place to invest!

With prices increasing each month*, clued-up http://www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/newhomes/East%20London/AcademyCentral Academy Central customers can put their feet up while Taylor Wimpey’s builders create their brand new place, which could be worth thousands of pounds more than the current price tag by moving day!

Tina Dedman, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey East London, says: ‘Opportunities like this make choosing a brand new home in Barking even more of a sound investment as the housing market continues to grow.

‘And better still, through our http://www.academycentralbarking.com/news/article/money-doesn-t-grow-on-trees-but-here-s-a-smart-investment/ Smart Money** scheme, we’re paying our customers’ rent or mortgage on their current property until their new home is ready for them to move in to at Academy Central.

‘With Taylor Wimpey picking up these payments and nothing to pay on their new place until they move in, Academy Central home-buyers can save thousands of pounds over Christmas and into the New Year!’

Smart Money is available to qualifying customers on one, two and three-bedroom ‘Trinity’ apartments at Academy Central, which are priced from just £149,995.

Selected apartments feature beautiful balconies to the living areas and bedrooms, and en-suite shower rooms to the master bedrooms.

For those who can’t wait to move, a pair of fabulous family-sized houses featuring en-suite master bedrooms and spacious living areas are available now, ready for a pre-Christmas move.

Priced from only £264,995, the three-bedroom ‘Quill’ is characterised by a beautiful living/dining room with attractive French doors to the private rear garden, while a contemporary fitted kitchen and a handy guest cloakroom
are also located off the entrance hallway.

Available for only £299,995, the four-bedroom ‘Turner’ with integral garage features a kitchen/dining room with French doors to the rear garden, a generous living room and an en-suite to the master bedroom in addition to a main bathroom.

All new homes at Academy Central are finished to a high standard specification including a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

They are also designed to be 25% more energy efficient than properties built just three years ago, with higher levels of insulation and energy-efficient boilers. Plus, a number of homes feature ‘green roofs’ which help improve
air quality, provide natural insulation and promote bio-diversity.

Hand-in-hand with the development, Taylor Wimpey and joint venture partner L&Q are investing millions in community facilities in Barking, including the creation of a new primary school and play facilities, adult education and training, the expansion of local bus services and the formation of ‘Green Link’ paths and cycleways.

Located off Longbridge Road, stretching across to Mayesbrook Park and bounded by Lodge Avenue, the area has great opportunities for work and leisure, with Vicarage Field, The Mall and Exchange Mall shopping centres all within easy reach.

A choice of health and fitness centres is also located nearby, while Mayesbrook Park provides 100 acres of green space on the doorstep, including football pitches, tennis and basketball courts, lakes and children’s playgrounds. 

Goodmayes Railway Station is within walking distance of the development, offering regular services to London’s Liverpool Street in just over 20 minutes and to Stratford, home of the 2012 games, in only 13 minutes.

Information on investing in a new home at Academy Central and further details on the Smart Mover scheme is available by visiting the development at Lodge Avenue, off Longbridge Road, Barking, and open Thursday to Monday, between 10am and 6pm.

Alternatively, call 0845 026 4074 or visit www.academycentralbarking.com to find out more.