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Taylor Wimpey The Willows development, Ashford

04 July 2014
by Helen Geraghty

A new collection of homes will be launched soon at Taylor Wimpey’s popular Bridgefield development in Ashford.

A typical home interior by Taylor Wimpey

A typical home interior by Taylor Wimpey

The Willows is the latest phase of homes at Bridgefield, on the southern fringes of the town.

Two, three, four and five-bedroom homes will be available later this summer.

Jason Stokes, of Taylor Wimpey, said: “We have been overwhelmed by the success of Bridgefield and this new phase of homes, The Willows, means there is a host of new opportunities for homebuyers to secure their ideal place at this superb development.

“Anyone who would like to put themselves at the front of the queue should register their interest as soon as possible.”

All new homes will be completed to a high standard specification, with energy-efficient central heating, double glazing and fitted kitchens with integrated ovens, hobs and hoods.

Homebuyer incentives will be on offer.

The Willows is off Finn Farm Road, Ashford, and enjoys a semi-rural woodland backdrop, with countryside walks right on the doorstep but also easy access to all the amenities the town has to offer.

Register an interest by calling 01233 220795.

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