New Sawbridgeworth development to launch this month
Business / Sun 20th Jun 2021 at 04:15pm
TAYLOR Wimpey is bringing new homes to Sawbridgeworth this month with the launch of its latest development, Tudor Park.
Tudor Park will be a community of 140 homes, of which 40% will be classed as affordable homes. The new development will also provide a range of community benefits including improvements to local infrastructure and increased public open space.
Set within a quiet community on the Hertfordshire/Essex border, Tudor Park is the ideal choice for those looking to put down roots in a town with great connections to Harlow, Chelmsford and Stansted Airport.
Construction work started in February and the first homes will be available to reserve from 19 June.
Nikki Gibson, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey North Thames, said: “Construction work has been progressing well at Tudor Park and we’re really excited to be in a position to launch this month. We’re also pleased to be able to share these ‘first look’ CGIs to help prospective buyers get a feel for the development.
“Sawbridgeworth is a fantastic area, with a real close-knit feel within the community. The development will have the best of both worlds, balancing peaceful living with excellent transport connections. It really is an ideal choice for all types of buyers looking to put down roots and enjoy life.
“We would encourage anyone interested in a property at Tudor Park to register their interest online so they are kept informed of the very latest developments.”
To learn more about the homes available, please email [email protected].
Alternatively, homebuyers can register their interest online to stay up to date on the latest news about the development by visiting http://www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.
Well done taylorwimpey for all the congestion you've caused,by building down the bottom of a small country road, that really doesn't need anymore traffic blocking it up.Transport links?oh do me a favour, nowhere near West road,that's sales jargon,pure rubbish.Stop building anywhere you can find a bit of land in the south east,and go up to Scotland where land is cheap and plentiful.But only if the Lord of the manor will sell you any.