Keen Sales At Warfield Development

Posted 10 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

Three-bedroom homes are particularly popular at Woodhurst Park as buyers maximise the amount of space for their budget...

Romans Estate & Letting Agency in Bracknell, which markets the properties at Woodhurst Park, says rural locations have been very popular as buyers look to maximise the amount of space they can afford.

Berkeley’s Woodhurst Park, a well-established community in the heart of Warfield, Berkshire, continues to be a firm favourite with local buyers and house-hunters from further afield. Demand for properties with three bedrooms or more have increased significantly over the past 12 months at the popular development, with a range of buyers, from families to downsizers and first-time buyers, seeking flexible living accommodation, private gardens and proximity to nature.

Tim Foreman, managing director of The Leaders Romans Group Land and New Homes division, commented: “At the moment we’re seeing house-hunters looking to settle down, start families and seek a different pace of life. We have buyers who want to be closer to the countryside. We’ve even seen some who have been able to save enough money that it’s allowed them to skip the first rung on the ladder and move straight into a house.”

Spurred on by government initiatives such as the Stamp Duty holiday and the Help to Buy scheme, property searches have increased significantly in Bracknell and its surrounding areas in the past year and despite changes to these policies, the demand has not shown signs of slowing. Compared with January last year, Romans registered 26% more property search applicants in January 2021 overall, while sales were up almost 10% on the same period. However, the agent says demand outstripped supply, with a lack of larger properties available in the local area.

Berkeley (Oxford and Chiltern) has a collection of three-bedroom homes available at Woodhurst Park. Set in a beautiful country park amongst acres of landscaped open space, the homes are design to suit the needs of modern living, with certain properties ready to move into now.

Woodhurst ParkSuitable for a wide variety of buyers, the properties are perfect for families needing more space and access to good schools, professionals and young couples who are now working from home or looking to futureproof in preparation for the next stage in life and downsizers seeking a spacious yet low-maintenance property that still meets their extended family’s requirements.

Open-plan dining and kitchen areas have integrated appliances and high-quality fittings. Patio doors leading out to large gardens provide all-important access to outside space, ideal for al fresco entertaining in the summer.

Designed to create the feeling of a quintessential English village, Woodhurst Park is a development of 750 homes, where core elements of the English idyll have been recreated, including a country park, traditional village green, duck pond, children’s play areas, orchard park, tree-lined riverside cut and nature trails.

Benjamin Ivey, director of sales and marketing at Berkeley (Oxford and Chiltern), commented: “The desirable lifestyle on offer has been an attractive prospect for buyers looking for more space and better value for money. The development benefits from acres of open country parkland and this has been reflected in the design of the homes. We are looking forward to welcoming more potential homebuyers to view the new show home and to explore the development.”

Prices for three-bedroom houses currently start from £490,000. Other prices start at £270,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. A three-bedroom show home is open for prospective buyers on an appointment-only basis. Strict measures are in place to ensure the health and safety of all staff and visitors. Face masks must be worn at all times.

Find out more about Woodhurst Park from Berkeley.


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