Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has launched Mulberry View, a brand-new traditional collection of one and two-bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom houses in Wokingham. The homes are the next chapter following the popular Mulberry Grove development. With many available on the government’s Help to Buy scheme or using Part Exchange, homes are ready to move into this summer.
Situated in the heart of Wokingham, Mulberry View is the perfect location for looking to be part of an already flourishing community. Every home has been finished to the highest standards with chrome ironmongery, Spacia flooring by Amtico, and integrated appliances. Many homes also have open plan kitchen and dining areas to provide plenty of space when entertaining. Each apartment boasts a private balcony or terrace, as well as allocated parking.
Christine Tiernan, Sales and Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson said “Mulberry View is a stunning new development. The homes have been carefully designed and are modern with plenty of character – reflecting the quintessentially rural charm of the area. We look forward to growing our already well-established community.”
In the Halifax Quality of Life survey, Wokingham was voted as one of the best places to live in the UK. More than 97-percent of households in the area rated themselves as being in good or fairly good health too, making it one of the healthiest places to live in Britain. The town is currently undergoing a large-scale regeneration project with a new market square, shops and restaurants as well as an Everyman Cinema proposed.
Mulberry View benefits from excellent transport links by road and rail to key towns such as Reading, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Basingstoke and Guildford. The M4 is just a short drive away and trains from Wokingham into London Waterloo take less than an hour. With the launch of Crossrail at Reading station scheduled for 2019, this will mean faster and more frequent commuter routes into central London and direct access to the City’s financial district without needing to change trains.
The first homes have now been released. Prices for one-bedroom apartments start at £269,950 and three-bedroom homes begin at £524,950, with many available on the government’s Help to Buy scheme*. For more information call 0118 304 0544 or visit the marketing suite from 10am until 5pm daily, or until 7pm on Thursday.
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