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New homes in Aylesbury launched early

The first phase of properties at New Berry Vale – part of the exciting new Berryfields community of properties in Aylesbury – is now available at a pre-launch sales office in the car park of Aylesbury Parkway railway station in Bicester Road.

Boasting a superb selection of houses in Aylesbury to suit all types of buyer, the temporary sales office is open from 10am to 5pm, Thursday to Sunday, and from 1.30pm to 5pm on Mondays – and will remain open until the official New Berry Vale Sales Centre is launched later in the year.

Prices for the new homes start at just £164,995 for a stunning two-bedroom apartment and only £209,995 for a spacious three-bedroom house in Aylesbury.

Steve Rolt, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “New Berry Vale is perfectly positioned to enjoy all the advantages of the exciting new community of Berryfields as well as the benefits of easy access to the thriving town centre of Aylesbury and handy commuter routes.

“We have released the first phase of this outstanding new collection of high-quality homes early because of high levels of interest from would-be buyers.

“I would urge anyone hoping to secure their place at New Berry Vale to visit us – and beat the rush ahead of the development’s official opening!”

Taylor Wimpey is the first developer to begin work at Berryfields, a major new neighbourhood to the north-west of the town, which will comprise exceptional community facilities and employment opportunities alongside more than 3,000 homes.

Bordering picturesque open countryside, yet within each reach of Aylesbury town centre and convenient transport links, New Berry Vale is the opening phase of this stunning sustainable community.

Alongside the homes and community facilities at Berryfields, there is provision for two primary schools and the planned state-of-the-art Aylesbury Academy specialising in science and technology.

A local centre will include a food store and ten other smaller shops. Acres of parks and green open spaces, including a riverside park area, will also feature 13 equipped play areas for families to enjoy.

A community centre will provide a focal point for the residents of the new homes and a new health centre is also planned.

Commuters will appreciate the new Aylesbury Vale Parkway Station, which opened last year and is just a few minutes’ walk from the development, offers a direct route to London via Marylebone station as well as excellent services to Oxford and Reading.

Berryfields will enjoy an integrated network of footpaths, cycleways and bridleways – for cyclists there will be 8km of cyclepaths within the estate which will link into the existing cycle route along the A41 into the town centre, while park and ride facilities from the station will be available linking with the town’s new public transport hub.

The M40 is within 15 miles of Aylesbury, while the M25 is just over 21 miles away. Local bus routes provide connections to Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton airports.

Aylesbury itself is a bustling town with a host of shopping and leisure opportunities including the Friars Square indoor shopping centre, while the town’s market still meets on the cobbles of the old Market Square.

The town also boasts a good choice of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs, while a new 1,200-seat theatre is being built as part of the Waterside project which will create a new shopping centre including a Debenhams and a Waitrose.

To find out more about the first release of homes at New Berry Vale visit the pre-launch sales office or contact the Sales Executive on 0845 026 5451.

Details of all Taylor Wimpey developments across the region is available by calling 01908 544800, or by visiting the website at www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.  

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  1. m poth says:

    I only hope they finish the centre for the buckingham park estate before they start this one