Date: Friday 16 October 2020
Liz Tunley (29) has made the first step towards moving into her dream home at our Pine Trees development in High Wycombe.
Moving away from her two bedroom flat in Wooburn Green, where she has lived for four years, Liz decided it was time to find a home with more space but still within the local area to be near to family. She secured her home with the help of our Easymover scheme, where we help to manage the buying, selling and moving process, and is due to move into her new four bedroom Palm house type in Spring 2021.
Commenting on her journey so far, Liz commented: “I always said that I would only move away from my flat when I found a home that “top trumped” it and I have found exactly that at Pine Trees. I was really impressed by the specifications and value for money that was offered by Taylor Wimpey and that’s what drew me to start searching for my new house.”
Liz, who is a Reservist RAF Officer, was pleasantly surprised to find out that Pine Trees was built on the RAF Daws Hill base. She said: “When I found out that Pine Trees was built on an RAF base I thought it was too good to be true! The RAF is an important part of my life and to know I have that connection with where I will live makes it that bit more special.” Initially used by the United States Army Air Forces, RAF Daws Hill was used in its later years by the United States Navy. It then became an important part of the US defence in the UK.
Commenting on why she chose the Palm house type, Liz said: “I was very impressed with how much space the home had. The open plan living and dining area means I have plenty of space for family and friends to visit and I love that the master bedroom has its own floor so I can have my own private space. I am excited to see my home come to life and I can’t wait to make it my own.”
Liz recently exchanged on her home and said: “Although I am not moving in until next year, being able to exchange now has made me very excited. I have absolutely no doubt I will enjoy many special years in the Taylor Wimpey home and would like to thank the team for all of their help.