The ‘Farlborough B’ is the ideal choice for parents in search of extra space to accommodate a growing family, and it couldn’t be easier to trade up to this exceptional property thanks to the leading housebuilder’s Part Exchange scheme.
Tim Betts, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey http://www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/ , says:
‘With Part Exchange, the lucky buyer can offload their existing home to us in an instant – and get a great price based on the average of three independent valuations.
‘With the lengthy and often stressful process of selling a property on the open market eliminated, the purchaser is free to settle in to their brand new dream home in time for Christmas. This is an amazing opportunity that’s not to be missed.’
The ‘Farlborough B’ is perfectly suited for luxurious family living, with generous accommodation laid out across three floors.
A large lounge opens through French doors to the private rear garden, a contemporary kitchen/dining room is the ideal space for relaxed mealtimes, and a utility room and handy guest cloakroom can also be found off the entrance hallway.
Upstairs, the first-floor landing leads to a master bedroom and second bedroom – both with en-suite facilities and built-in wardrobes – while two further bedrooms and a family bathroom occupy the top-floor space.
The ‘Farlborough B’ also includes a garage and additional parking space, and is completed to a high standard specification, including gas central heating, double glazing and a fitted Symphony kitchen with Porcelanosa tiles, built-in AEG oven, hob and hood, and bathware by Roca.
Jennett’s Park is a new community ideally located between Wokingham and Bracknell, with homes served conveniently by their own shops, school, sports facilities, play areas, pubs and amenities.
Next to the development is a beautiful 90-acre country park offering opportunities for pleasant woodland walks and cycle rides.
The historic market town of Wokingham is just over two miles away, and offers a unique range of independent and high street shops, fresh local produce, cafés, restaurants and a varied calendar of cultural events.
A similar distance away is Bracknell town centre, with its wide choice of shops, bars and places to eat, and where a £750m regeneration is creating brand new leisure facilities, transport links and healthcare services.
For commuters, Wokingham and Bracknell railways stations offer regular services to London Waterloo and Reading, while the M4 puts The City just over 30 minutes away by road.
To find out more about the final ‘Farlborough B’ at Jennett’s Park, or to arrange a viewing appointment, contact George Wimpey’s regional headquarters on 01256 745203.