Nightingale Fields is a traditionally designed collection of high-quality apartments and houses as part of the sought-after Arborfield Green development.
Selling fast - Over 50% now sold!Experience a new way of life at Nightingale Fields at Arborfield Green. From the stunning countryside to the convenient city connections, this exciting new Garden Village has been designed to suit a multitude of lifestyles. Imagine having excellent road, rail and public transport links whilst being in the middle of the Berkshire countryside. On your doorstep you’ll find bridleways, ponds, footpaths, cycleways, play areas, sports pitches and a new cricket pavilion. With an amazing 95 acres of natural and semi-natural greenspace you’ll be able to get close to nature. Additionally, Nightingale Fields is just a few minutes’ walk from the popular Bohunt School which opened in September 2016 and offers extensive new facilities. The vibrant community at Arborfield Green hold numerous events including an Easter Fun Day, Emergency Services Day, and Christmas Fair plus there are countless groups and activities to enjoy. It really is a wonderful place to make your new home.
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Arborfield Green offers the very best of country and town living. Balancing stunning countryside with convenient city connections, this exciting new Garden Village has been designed to suit a multitude of lifestyles.
A short journey from Arborfield Green lies the historic market town of Wokingham which presents an ideal selection of high street shops and supermarkets, as well as an array of delicious eateries. For residents seeking a more vibrant offer, the thriving town of Reading provides a superb choice of high street and designer stores and, with plenty of dining options and bars located along the river, Reading is a perfect place for socialising with friends.
For those with seeking active pursuits, California and Wellington Country Parks are both a short drive away while a little closer to home, the new garden village promises an abundance of new footpaths and cycle ways, as well as acres of green space to enjoy.
The Oracle Shopping Centre (Reading)
Marks & Spencer
The Bull Inn
The Queens Oak
The Tally Ho
Wellington Country Park
California Country Park
The Look Out Discovery Centre
Bearwood Lakes Golf Club
Loddon Valley Leisure Centre
Coombes C of E Primary School
Kelly (41) and Russell (45) Price downsized from a larger four bedroom house to the three storey four bedroom ‘Darwin’ style home at Crest Nicholson’s Nightingale Fields. They moved with their young daughter Everley (3) and son Elliott (6), alongside their pointer-cross rescue dog Hughie. The family decided to move to Nightingale Fields to be closer to their Grandmother who also lives at the development.
Matt Grigg, 41, and his partner, Katherine Marston, 32, recently upsized to their new five-bedroom home at Crest Nicholson’s Nightingale Fields, in a new Garden Village at Arborfield Green, Wokingham. The couple purchased their dream home to meet the needs of the entire family, especially Matt who was looking for better home office space.
In early December, Crest Nicholson hosted an afternoon of festive fun at its popular Nightingale Fields development in Wokingham. The Crest Nicholson team were on hand to supply a glass of mulled wine and mince pies, while also providing a guided tour of the show homes.
Residents at Crest Nicholson’s Nightingale Fields can benefit from stunning countryside living and great city links. This provides homeowners with the best of both worlds, without needing to compromise on excellent access to local amenities and nearby towns and cities.
After a long search to find the perfect home near their daughters’ schools, Paul and Sarah have moved into their new home at Crest Nicholson’s Nightingale Fields in Wokingham. Lucie, 11, is at Bohunt School which is within walking distance of the development. Emma, 7, is at Charles Kingsley Primary School in Eversley, rated as “Outstanding” by OFSTED.
Amy and Ed Field had been saving for several years before finding their dream home at Crest Nicholson’s Nightingale Fields in Wokingham. Using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, the couple and their children, aged nineteen, eleven and five, were able to move to a home which allows them to spend more time together as a family, while remaining in close proximity to the local schools.
Every Crest Nicholson home is built to exacting standards, with appearance, comfort and energy efficiency at the very heart of every design.