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Exciting new collection of homes coming soon to Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 00:16 18 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:17 20 February 2013

Exciting new collection of homes coming soon to Hatfield

Exciting new collection of homes coming soon to Hatfield

Property-hunters on the lookout for a brand new home in Hatfield are urged to sign up to find out more about a new development coming soon from leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

Property-hunters on the lookout for a brand new home in Hatfield are urged to sign up to find out more about a new development coming soon from leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

Stratus, in Mosquito Way, Hatfield, is just a stones throw from the towns popular Galleria Shopping Centre and the University of Hertfordshire, offering a convenient urban location perfect for contemporary lifestyles.

Full details of the beautiful new homes coming soon at Stratus are not being revealed until the launch in the New Year, but the first phase is set to comprise a selection of stylish one and two-bedroom apartments, with spacious three and four-bedroom houses to follow later.

Tony Woodman, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: This exciting collection of new homes is due to launch in January 2011, but I would advise anyone hoping to choose their favourite plot at this stunning new development to register their interest today and put themselves at the head of the queue to choose from the first release of properties.

These contemporary new homes will offer amazing lifestyle opportunities with easy access to central London, as well as all the amenities of Hatfield, and we expect them to be incredibly popular with discerning property-seekers.

Taylor Wimpeys incredible value prices are sure to appeal to a wide range of purchasers, from first-time buyers and downsizers through to executive couples and growing families and with the University of Hertfordshire on the doorstep, Stratus is bound to be popular with buy-to-let investors too.

Stratus enjoys a superb location in Hatfield, with a host of shops and leisure opportunities close by.

Three supermarkets are within two miles of the new homes, while the Galleria shopping centre is right on the doorstep for a wealth of designer names at factory outlet prices, as well as a multiplex cinema and wide choice of restaurants.

Parents will appreciate that there are many schools within close proximity providing education for children of all ages.

Stratus benefits from excellent transport links, with Hatfield railway station just over a mile away, offering services to London Kings Cross in less than half an hour.

Meanwhile, Junction 3 of the A1(M) is about a mile from home while the M25 is just eight miles away. Historic Welwyn Garden City is close by and the vibrant town of Stevenage and the city of St Albans are only a little further afield.

Just 20 miles north of central London, Hatfield is an ideal spot for commuters looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, as well as for parents in search of a well-appointed place to raise their families, while still offering a convenient town-centre location.

For days out, Hatfield House, the site of the Royal Palace of Hatfield which was the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I, contains many items associated with her rule and offers a fascinating glimpse into Englands history. Set in acres of parkland, visitors can also enjoy woodland walks and enjoy the formal gardens.

Mill Green Museum and Watermill is located just to the north of Hatfield, a restored 18th century working flour mill, with three small galleries housing local artefacts as well as craft demonstrations and special events during the summer.

To register an interest in the new homes coming soon at Stratus, property-seekers can contact Taylor Wimpeys regional headquarters on 020 8236 3800 or visit


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