With Hollywood’s arrival in Shinfield, Bellway Homes sees its Long Acre scheme as a place to benefit from the area’s upgraded status.
The Shinfield Studios will be producing massive global productions during its five-year period at the site next to Thames Valley Science Park and, if planning permission is granted, a much bigger development of studios is planned to occupy the site on a permanent basis.
Thousand of job opportunities are in the pipeline and the three and four bedroom detached and semi-detached homes at Long Arce put it at the centre of an incredible area of growth.
Emma Jones, sales and marketing director at Bellway Thames Valley, said: “Shinfield Studios choosing Reading as its base is a major coup for the town.
“With the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video creating strong, sustained demand for UK productions, the studio will generate plenty of employment, as well as having a notable impact on Reading’s economy and property market.
“Buyers looking to take advantage of this would do well to buy sooner rather than later.”
Bellway provides the following description:
“Buyers looking for homes in Reading will find all they need at Long Acre. Just 10 minutes’ drive from the town centre, the collection of detached and semi-detached houses have been designed to suit families, first-time buyers and commuters alike.
“They include open plan kitchens and dining areas, elegant French doors to their rear gardens, tiled bathrooms with Roca sanitaryware and generously appointed bedrooms and family living spaces. Nearby Wokingham is also poised to benefit from the Hollywood effect, with properties such as those at Bellway Homes’ Queens Acre and Keephatch Gardens developments around a 20-minute drive from Reading.
“Reading itself is a little over an hour’s drive from London. Long Acre is under two miles from the M4, as well as being a 15-minute drive from Reading train station, making access to the capital easy by both road and rail. The development also has high-quality amenities within walking distance, making it ideal for local life as well.”
Homes at Long Acre are priced from £368,000 to £675,000.
Visit www.bellway.co.uk or call 01252 982306.
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