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Show apartments arrive in Prescot

The first show apartment at Taylor Wimpey’s Speakman Gardens development in Prescot, is now open for home-hunters.
The Merseyside home-scheme has been a hit with first-time buyers in the area, thanks to the availability of Help to Buy; with the development even taking the country’s first Help to Buy legal completion.
The home-builder is urging those looking to take that first-step on the housing ladder to visit the site, where the Kenilworth design is now available to view.
David Hnyda, sales manager for Taylor Wimpey North West said: “Speakman Gardens has continued to attract new buyers, and our variety of apartments has absolutely been a major selling point.
“We are delighted to now have the Kenilworth show apartment to showcase the lifestyle and space on offer in these stylish new designs; and we have every confidence its presence will drive further interest in the site.”
As with all apartments at Speakman Gardens, the Kenilworth boasts two bedrooms, a master bathroom, and ample living space, with an open-plan kitchen/living room/dining area.
Prices on apartments start from £89,995, or just £71,996 when purchased through Help to Buy.
The government-backed initiative enables eligible purchasers the chance to secure any home at the development with only a five per cent deposit; while also benefitting from a 20 per cent equity loan.
David concludes: “A deposit as small as £4500 can get you on the ladder and enjoying apartment living in this thriving area.
“We strongly encourage first-time buyers to visit Speakman Gardens and speak with our friendly sales team who can not only show you how easy it can be to buy, but how it’s often cheaper than renting.”
Speakman Gardens is located on Steley Way, Prescot. For more details, please call 0151 559 3143 or visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/speakmangardens

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