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Taylor Wimpey new 3-bed & 4-bed homes, Hayle Park, Maidstone

21 February 2014

Taylor Wimpey home

Taylor Wimpey home


Anyone hunting for a home in the heart of the county can soon experience a taste of life at Taylor Wimpey’s Hayle Park development in Maidstone.

The three-bedroom Gosford and four-bedroom Kentdale showhomes are being unveiled on Saturday, February 22, providing an insight into the lifestyle opportunities on offer at this development.

Jason Stokes, of Taylor Wimpey, says: “We’re keeping the exact details of what these impressive properties are going to look like under wraps until then, but what I can say is home-hunters are bound to be impressed.”

The Gosford, priced from £225,000, features a spacious kitchen/dining room opening through french doors to the back garden, with a large living room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground floor layout.

Upstairs, the landing leads to an en-suite master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom.

The Kentdale, price to be announced, has a living room with french doors leading outside, plus a light and airy kitchen/dining room with a utility room, also with access to the garden, and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

An en-suite master bedroom, two further double bedrooms, a main bathroom and an additional bedroom are on the first floor.

Hayle Park, off Postley Road, Maidstone.

Show homes open this weekend – Saturday, February 22 – from £225,000

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