Final Homes For Sale At Royal Leamington Spa Scheme

Posted 10 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

Taylor Wimpey has announced that it only has a few plots remaining at its Meadowsweet Farm development...

With new homes in high demand, it comes as no surprise that Taylor Wimpey Midlands only has a few plots remaining at its Meadowsweet Farm development in Royal Leamington Spa. 

Meadowsweet Farm has already welcomed many residents to its thriving and popular neighbourhood thanks to its peaceful yet well-connected location. Currently available at the development is a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes to suit a variety of needs, from first-time buyers to growing families. 

The development borders open green countryside with Tachbrook Country Park right on its doorstep, whilst the bustling town of Royal Leamington Spa is easy to access and has plenty to offer with a vast selection of restaurants and shops. The development is also just a short distance from a number of well-regarded primary and secondary schools, whilst nearby Leamington Spa railway station offers direct links to London. 

Ben Walker, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Midlands, said: “We have received an overwhelming response from homebuyers since the launch of Meadowsweet Farm. A combination of the development’s great location, its range of housetypes and the availability of incentives is proving popular with purchasers. We would advise potential buyers to get in touch with us to find out more information about the last homes available to buy at Meadowsweet Farm.”

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