Launch At Berkshire Development This Weekend

Posted 1 July 2020 by Keith Osborne

Berkeley Homes launches the next phase of homes at its Woodhurst Park development in Warfield on Saturday 4 July...

Berkeley Homes launches the next phase of homes at its Woodhurst Park development in Warfield on Saturday 4 July.

Available by appointment online, it’s a first opportunity for Berkshire house-hunters to see the latest collection of 42 new homes, consisting of two, three- and four-bedroom homes in the form of traditional terraces and detached homes, along with a number of coach houses. Prices start at £390,000 and homes up to £600,000 are available through the Help to Buy scheme.

Situated on the fringes of Bracknell, this development is designed to foster a modern village-community with its mixed tenure of apartments through to executive-style family homes. There’s a village green, pond, school and expansive country park with a riverside cut.

Benjamin Ivey, director of sales at marketing at Berkeley Homes (Oxford & Chiltern), explains: “It is a pleasure to bring our latest collection new homes to the market at our popular Woodhurst Park development. The site, in total is a community of 750 new homes in a variety of landscaped green space, including a 65-acre country park.

Berkeley Homes“To date we have had a really positive response, and despite still being in its infancy, there is a strong community spirit, which has only become stronger in recent times. To date, the development has proved popular with local families, though we suspect that interest will increase as we anticipate seeing families moving out of London, with the rise of flexible working and less need to commute into offices.”

All homes come with underfloor heating to the ground floor, a gas-fired boiler, individually designed fitted kitchens complete with integrated Bosch appliances, glass splashbacks and ceramic floor tiles including a new Lake Blue kitchen colour option. The bathrooms are fitted with contemporary Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and Hansgrohe mixers and shower heads. Parking is also available for all homes, either in a garage, double garage or car port.

Woodhurst Park has excellent transport connections; Bracknell railway station is less than two miles away and offers a regular service to London, reaching Waterloo in around an hour and Reading in just 30 minutes. Twyford station – a 15-minute drive away – is on the new Elizabeth (Crossrail) will provide access to Heathrow in 33 minutes and London Paddington in 45 minutes. The M3 and M4 are close enough that Heathrow and Gatwick airports can be accessed by car in around 30 and 50 minutes respectively.

The area has many places to shop, eat and drink, and a whole array of leisure facilities indoors and outside. There’s a great selection of schools in the nearby area, with Warfield Church of England primary school located on the development as well as additional primary schools and four secondary schools within easy reach.

Find out more about Woodhurst Park.


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