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£860,000

WE HAVE SOLD OUT AND THE SALES OFFICE IS CLOSED

OUR NEXT DEVELOPMENT IS NOT TOO FAR AWAY

NEW PHASE COMING SOON

We have started the planning process for our next phase Osiers Point. We will be building 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, with some added benefit of allocated parking in the area of Wandsworth, London.

Please register your interest now! 


Osiers Road - Point Pleasant - Wandsworth - London - SW18 1NL

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    From the M25
    Exit the M25 at Junction 10. Follow the A3 northbound (The Portsmouth Road/Kingston Bypass/Robin Hood Way) for 15 miles. At Kingston Vale/Robin Hood Roundabout, continue on the A3 (Roehampton Vale/ Kingston Road) for 1.7 miles. At Putney Heath/ Tibbett’s Corner, the A3 becomes the A214/ West Hill Road, continue for a further 1.3 miles. At the Wandsworth one-way system, follow the road left and keep straight on, into Putney Bridge Road/A3209. Follow Putney Bridge Road for 350 yards.
    Turn right onto Point Pleasant, go under the railway bridge and turn right onto
    Osiers Road. Radius is 100 yards on the left.


    From Central London/Vauxhall Bridge
    From Vauxhall Bridge, take the A3212/ Grosvenor Road/Chelsea Embankment for 2 miles. At The Albert Bridge, turn left and follow the Albert Bridge Road/A3031 for 1 mile. At the junction with Battersea Park Road, turn right onto Battersea Park Road/ A3205. Follow the A3205/Battersea Park Road/York Road for 1.5 miles. At the large
    roundabout (Wandsworth Bridge), go straight over onto Swandon Way/A217. Follow A217/ Swandon Way for 0.5 of a mile. At the junction A3/East Hill/Wandsworth High Street, follow the road right onto Wandsworth High Street/A3. Follow Wandsworth High Street for 700 yards. At the next junction, take the right turn into Putney Bridge Road/A3209.
    Follow Putney Bridge Road for 350 yards. Turn right into Point Pleasant, go under the railway bridge and turn right onto
    Osiers Road. Radius is 100 yards on the left.


    From the M4
    Exit the M4 at Junction 1. At the Chiswick Roundabout, follow the A205 Chiswick High Road/Kew Road, signed to South Circular/ M3/Kew/Brentford for 1 mile going over Kew Bridge. At the junction just after Kew Green, take the left hand fork, Mortlake Road A205. Follow the A205 Mortlake Road/Clifford Avenue for 1.5 miles, crossing the A316 Lower
    Richmond Road. At the next junction A305/ A205, turn left onto the Upper Richmond Road West. Follow the Upper Richmond Road West/ Upper Richmond Road for 3.3 miles. At the junction with the A3 West Hill Road, go
    straight on. After 300 yards at the Wandsworth one way system, follow the road left and keep straight on into Putney Bridge Road/A3209. Follow Putney Bridge Road for 350 yards. Turn right onto Point Pleasant, go under the railway bridge and turn right onto Osiers Road. Radius is 100 yards on the left

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  • Community

    London charity to help the blind receives our support

    We lent our support to a charity which helps visually impaired people enjoy sport, by providing a £1,500 cash donation.

    Metro is a thriving London-based sports and social club for blind and partially sighted people of all ages. Activities organised by Metro include tennis sessions at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton and archery at the Aspire Centre in Wandsworth.

    Metro Fundraising Officer Carol McFetridge says: “We are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their generous donation, which will make a huge difference to our members. A donation of this size, for example, will fund at least 15 sessions of archery for a group of archers.

    “We do a lot of work trying to encourage visually impaired youngsters to take part in sport as it can be of huge benefit to them, not only in getting physical exercise, but also in boosting their independence and confidence.”

    Metro was founded in 1973 by an inspirational group of young blind and partially sighted people who were not prepared to accept the expectations and restrictions of the day, and their spirit of challenging barriers and opening doors to all sports for members continues today.

    Some of the charity’s founding members went on to become leading national and international athletes and were also instrumental in creating many of the national and international organisations through which sports for people with visual impairment now take place.

                                                                              Taylor Wimpey - Metro blind sport donation for web
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    Easymover

    Easymover is available here, which means you could reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development - even if you haven't sold your existing property.

    And that's not all. With easymover, we'll make your house move as stress free as possible. We'll liaise with your estate agent on your behalf, we'll pay their fees and we'll manage the whole house selling process - making your life so much easier! Take a look at our easymover page for more information.

    Terms and conditions apply to the Easymover scheme.

    Part Exchange

    Why not consider Part Exchanging your existing property for a brand new Taylor Wimpey home? With our Part Exchange scheme, you could move into a new Taylor Wimpey home without the hassle of selling your old one.

    We’ll buy your existing property at 100% of its market value. You'll avoid all the stress of putting your house on the market, managing and paying for estate agents, and worrying about house buying chains! Interested? Find out more about Part Exchange.

    Terms and conditions apply to the Part Exchange scheme.

This development is managed by the South Thames Taylor Wimpey regional office