PROPERTY-SEEKERS looking for an executive detached house in Rugby will need to hurry to secure the final four-bedroom ‘Hatfield’ at Caldecott Manor, Taylor Wimpey’s development in Rugby.
Priced at £219,995, this impressive property offers a wealth of generous accommodation that’s perfect for family living.
However, with properties at Caldecott Manor selling quickly and just one ‘Hatfield’ plot remaining for sale, anyone hoping to make this their dream home should take steps to secure a home soon.
Jan Titley, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: “The Hatfield is a wonderful family-size home which has been carefully designed to suit contemporary lifestyles.
“It’s no surprise there’s only one of these beautiful properties remaining for sale and with such a great-value price tag, it’s highly unlikely to be available for long.”
The ‘Hatfield’ is a detached design which boasts a spacious kitchen/family room opening through french doors to the private back garden, a large lounge and separate dining room, which both benefit from bay windows, and a handy guest cloakroom off entrance hallway.
Upstairs, the landing leads to the en suite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom, while the property also a double garage and space for parking. A portfolio of high-quality properties is also on sale at Caldecott Manor, including three-bedroom homes from £179,995 and five-bedroom detached properties from £249,995.
Two-bedroom apartments are priced from £107,995, but a first-time buyer with a household income of less than £60,000 can buy selected apartments for 80 per cent of their full price under the FirstBuy scheme in association with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
Under the initiative, a two-bedroom apartment priced £107,995 at Caldecott Manor can be purchased with a 75 per cent mortgage of £80,996 and a 5 per cent deposit of £5,400, subject to status.