Daniel McGowan, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “This high-quality apartment represents superb value for money, and puts the dream of purchasing a property within the reach of many first-time buyers.
“According to latest figures from the Land Registry, house prices have now risen for six months in succession – but the cost of the average home remains 14% lower than at the peak of the housing market two years ago*, making now an ideal time to invest in property for the first time.
“Would-be homeowners should not miss out on this chance to make 2010 the year they stop wasting money on rent and start investing in their future, and I would urge them to come and see us before the opportunity goes away.”
The ‘Milden’ at Plot 235 benefits from a great feature that many apartments do not – a private front door for added privacy and security. Inside, a staircase leads up to a spacious lounge/dining room with open-plan kitchen, while a generously proportioned bedroom and a bathroom can also be found off the landing.
Like all new homes at Oakhampton, the apartment is completed to a high standard specification, including double glazing, central heating and fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood, while there is also allocated parking outside.
To make choosing the ‘Milden’ coach house at Oakhampton even more appealing, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of money-saving incentives for first-time buyers, including assistance with their deposits, while those with a home to sell can receive help with legal fees and to find a buyer for an existing property.
Those in search of something a little more expansive can choose from a stunning selection of three and four-bedroom houses also available at the development, including the impressive three-bedroom ‘Jarvis’ townhouse from only £155,995 and the striking four-bedroom ‘Wenlock’ priced just £176,995.
Incentives can be tailored to customers’ individual circumstances and are subject to availability. Further information is available from the Sales Executive.
Oakhampton is ideally located near to a nature reserve and within easy walking distance of the centre of the village of Hilton, where a convenience store, village hall and several pubs, including a 15th century inn, can be found.
Just a short drive away is the bustling city of Derby, home to a vast array of independent and high street stores, an excellent range of leisure facilities and a wide choice of bars and restaurants.
To find out more about the ‘Milden’ coach house or any of the other homes available at Oakhampton, visit the Sales Centre, located off The Mease, Hilton, and open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. Alternatively, the Sales Executive can be contacted on 0845 026 3834.
Further information on Taylor Wimpey developments across the region is available by calling 01543 496 700, or by visiting the website at www.taylorwimpey.co.uk
* According to Land Registry figures published 30th December 2009, the average cost of a home in England and Wales was £161,554 in November – 14% lower than the peak figure of £184,023 in January 2008.