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Taylor Wimpey sells first homes at Stortford Fields




The Stortford Fields development under construction inside the A120 Bishops Stortford bypass
The Stortford Fields development under construction inside the A120 Bishops Stortford bypass

One of the consortium of developers building the massive Stortford Fields development has sold the first eight homes in its sector.

Artists impression of Taylor Wimpey homes at Stortford Fields
Artists impression of Taylor Wimpey homes at Stortford Fields

Taylor Wimpey North Thames has announced it sold five properties at its launch weekend in January and has sold three more since.

The developer is building a collection of homes, from two-bed apartments to five-bedroom houses, raning in price from £425,000 to £610,000.

Jack Costello, sales and marketing director, said: “We are extremely pleased with the level of interest we are receiving in the new homes at Stortford Fields and were delighted to have had such a successful launch weekend.

“Stortford Fields is an exciting place to call home, and residents will not only benefit from the wide range of new amenities that are planned but will also become part of a brand new community in this desirable part of Hertfordshire.”

Taylor Wimpey is one of four housebuilders – along with Bovis Homes, Persimmon and Kier –

constructing around 2,200 properties on former areas of special restraint inside the A120 Bishop’s Stortford bypass.

The first phase consists of 857 homes, including affordable housing, a new primary school, a neighbourhood centre, public open space and a sports pavilion in Hoggate’s Park.



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