The development comprises two bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses in Woodley, Berkshire.

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  • Prices for the latest release of homes at the Loddon Park development in Berkshire have now been confirmed, with early purchasers able to take their place from £210,000.

    Sally Prince, regional sales manager for Taylor Wimpey, said: "Opportunities to own a brand new home in such a quiet yet convenient location don't come along very often, so we're expecting our stunning Loddon Park development to be a big hit with discerning homebuyers here in Woodley."

    The first release of properties at Loddon Park includes two bedroom apartments from just £210,000, two bedroom coach houses from £230,000, three bedroom houses from £295,000 and four bedroom homes from £365,000.

    The four bedroom Maple semi-detached house, for example, is priced from £365,000 and features a lounge opening through French doors to the private garden, plus a kitchen/dining room and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to two double bedrooms and a main bathroom, while an ensuite master bedroom and a further double bedroom can be found on the top floor. Outside, the Maple benefits from a garage and additional driveway parking.

    Loddon Park is located at Sandford Farm, off Mohawk Way, Woodley, and brings all the best of modern living to a safe, quiet location just outside Reading. 

    Regular weekly and monthly markets bring quality local produce to the thriving town centre of Woodley at the heart of the community, and which also has a host of restaurants, entertainment venues plus a leisure centre.

    The town is rich with aviation history and the lives of Douglas Bader, Amy Johnson and Charles Lindbergh are bound to Woodley where this proud heritage is celebrated at the Museum of Berkshire Aviation.

    There are schooling options on offer in Woodley for children of all ages including a choice of primary schools and two secondary schools within easy reach of home.

    For a wider choice of amenities, Reading town centre is just five miles away and is home to a leading university, top sports sides including Reading FC and London Irish rugby club, fantastic shopping, several international companies, a major British music festival, entertainment venues, top restaurants and numerous nightlife options.

    Reading has great transport links to several cities including London, which is around 30 minutes away by rail and just 30 miles east via the M4, and Bristol, which is only 50 miles to the west.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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