First time buyers find their forever home with the Keydale
A Warwickshire couple have found their dream home with Taylor Wimpey, and after buying a bigger property thanks to the Help to Buy scheme they plan to be there for many years to come.
Emily Csepcsanyi, 29 and Toni Scimeca, 34, were keen to find a home which was close to both of their places of work, as well as with great links to local schools and shopping facilities. The couple visited our new Meadowsweet Farm development in Leamington Spa, and were so impressed that they decided to reserve a Keydale home that same day. The couple already had a deposit saved, and by using the Help to Buy scheme were able to afford a larger home. The Keydale, with two bathrooms, three double bedrooms and a large kitchen diner, gave them the blank canvas they were searching for.
Emily, who moved into the property with Toni earlier this month said: “We were looking to buy our first home and we 100% knew we wanted to go with the Keydale when we saw it at Meadowsweet Farm. We’d heard so many great things about Taylor Wimpey’s build quality and customer service, and we’ve certainly not been proven wrong. We’re so excited to have moved into the Keydale and have started making it our forever home.”
Anne Wallace, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands, added: “It’s always brilliant to hear of happy customers. We’re proud of both the quality of the homes we provide and the customer service we deliver to prospective buyers and homeowners alike. The Keydale is a fantastic option for first time buyers and expanding families alike, and we’d strongly recommend that any interested parties visit their local development to see it in person.”
Children at Leamington Spa school celebrate World Book Day donation from Taylor Wimpey
Children at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School are enjoying reading a collection of new books thanks to a donation from Taylor Wimpey.
We gifted £100 to the Leamington-based school to mark World Book Day, which took place on Thursday 7th March. Now in its 22nd year, World Book Day is a celebration of reading and aims to encourage children and young adults to come together to explore and enjoy literature. To mark the occasion, St. Joseph’s School held a parade in their school hall which was also attended by sales executives from our Meadowsweet Farm development.
Julia Wallace, Headteacher at St. Joseph’s School, said: “Reading is such an important life skill and something that we encourage all of our pupils to do more of. Having new books to get stuck into helps to keep up an enthusiasm for reading and we would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation. We can’t wait to add to our library and share new stories with each other.”