Development offers fresh opportunity to West Yorkshire buyers
Buyers left disappointed by the sell-out of Taylor Wimpey’s Sycamore Park development, in Whinmoor, now have a second opportunity to buy in the area.
The homebuilder is now encouraging those who missed out to visit its nearby Royds Lane Mount development, in Wortley, where a range of two- to four-bedroom homes are still available.
Anne Bagshaw, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire, comments: “Our Royds Lane Mount development offers the same selection of stunning properties that were at Sycamore Park. This means that anyone who was considering moving to the popular development needn’t miss out.
“Royds Lane Mount also benefits from the same close proximity to Leeds city centre, providing buyers with a range of amenities and making it ideal for commuters.”
One home available at Royds Lane Mount is the three-bedroom Charlbury. This impressive home is ideal for small families and first-time buyers alike, thanks to its modern, open-plan layout and clever use of storage.
A kitchen and breakfast space leads seamlessly on to a large lounge and dining area complete with French doors that open onto a private garden. This fills the space with light and provides a pleasant spot for relaxing with a glass of wine after a long day.
Like Sycamore Park, all of the homes at Royds Lane Mount are available to be purchased with a selection of financial schemes such as the Government-backed Help to Buy. This is ideal for first-time buyers and it allows a property to be purchased with a five per cent deposit, so they can spend less time saving.
Anne concludes: “As with Sycamore Park, we’re expecting homes at Royds Lane Mount to sell quickly, so anyone interested should move fast to avoid more disappointment.”