A Taylor Wimpey development of homes in Bicester has been awarded an industry recognised award by the National Housing Building Council for its exemplary construction.
The executive Kingsmere site is located a stone’s throw away from Bicester’s newly renovated town centre which has just undergone a £70 million revamp project. With named retailers such as Sainsbury’s, VUE Cinema, Nando’s, Dean’s Diner and Prezzo at your doorstep the Kingsmere site is ideal for buyers.
Starting at £430,000 and ranging to £540,000 the properties are located approximately 12 miles north east of Oxford and have easy access to Junction 9 of the M40. The development is also close to local schools for all ages including primary and secondary schools, plus Bicester Community College for older students. The weekly farmers’ market is held in Bicester town every Saturday, as well as occasionally playing host to French markets.
The Kingsmere development is the biggest Bicester has seen for years in the town centre and has been welcomed across the board.
The site comprises an array of homes varying in size, bedrooms and design. The Dovedale and home contains two bedrooms as well as an open plan kitchen and living room and family bathroom. The Belford, the other two bed property offers buyers a more spacious living area, downstairs cloakroom and en suite to the master bedroom.
Three bedroom properties at Kingsmere include The Crofton, The Flatford, The Bicestor and The Gosford models. These houses contain a spacious living room and dining area which boasts French doors leading out to the picturesque rear garden. As well as offering buyers a handy downstairs cloakroom the three bed property also boasts an upstairs en suite for the master bedroom.
Four bed properties on site come in the following models; The Lincoln, The Candleston, The Richmond, The Oakford and The Monkford. The Thame, five bed property, contain a grand kitchen space including a breakfast area, as well as a spacious living room with French doors leading to the rear garden. The Thame also has an impressive separate dining room ideal for entertaining guests at dinner parties. Bedrooms one and two also have en suites. The Langton six bed homes also offer the same features as the five bed properties.
Taylor Wimpey was formed by the merger of George Wimpey and Taylor Woodrow in 2007, and now has operations in the UK and Spain. The firm aims to be the developer of choice for customers, employees, communities and shareholders.
The developers are one of the largest homebuilders in the UK, operating from 24 regional offices across England, Scotland and Wales. Having been in operation for seven years the firm have built a wide range of properties, from one and two-bedroom apartments to five bedroom detached houses, with a broad price range including both private and affordable homes.
The firm’s regional businesses are run as local homebuilders all of which have in depth knowledge and experience of the local market. A spokesperson for Taylor Wimpey said:
“We understand that development is about more than creating homes and we provide millions of pounds worth of infrastructure, for example roads, sewers, landscaping and community facilities, every year across the UK. We aim to develop vibrant communities with a true sense of place that fit into their surrounding area and meet the needs of local people.”