Uncertainty caused by the pandemic and lockdowns has led to uncertainty among housebuyers – now Bellway Homes says its Renaissance scheme offers some help.
The development of apartments to the west of Reading town centre offer ‘key-ready access’ in this era of instability and uncertainty.
Bellway Homes says:
Recent data from Santander indicated that of the 12,000 people surveyed, four in ten paused their home-buying plans in 2020; citing financial trouble, Covid-related uncertainty, and delayed build stages as the primary motivations for doing so.
Buyers looking to kick start their home buying journey should look no further than Renaissance in Reading; with its extensive collection of one and two -bedroom apartments. It is here that purchasers can press play on their home-buying plans, with four properties ready and available to move straight into.
Ideally positioned in the sought-after town of Reading, residents will benefit from excellent amenities, green spaces, schools and travel links within a one-mile radius of home; making this versatile development perfect for novice home-purchasers, commuters, families, and downsizers alike.
Emma Jones, sales and marketing director at Bellway Homes said: “The pandemic has undoubtedly caused a degree of uncertainty amongst home-buyers; whether it is their finances, job stability, or the ever-fluctuating property market.
“This is why here at Bellway, we’re thrilled to offer a number of key-ready homes at our development, Renaissance. With added bonuses of Help to Buy and Express Mover, there has never been a better time for purchasers to put the wheels in motion. We urge interested parties to book a viewing via our sales team as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
Each of Bellway’s key ready homes at Renaissance has been designed to appeal to twenty-first century buyers; coming complete with a range of high-quality fixtures and fittings to ensure residents’ day-to-day lives are hassle free. Layouts are bright and open. Kitchens feature a range of sleek and contemporary units and integrated appliances. Bathrooms are equally well appointed, and all the apartments enjoy a private terrace or balcony.
Reading’s town centre is home to a plethora of shopping opportunities. The town’s pedestrianised shopping precinct, Broad Street, hosts a diverse range of high street names, food and drink outlets, and independent boutiques. The Oracle provides yet another outlet, and enjoys yet more well-known brands, chain restaurants and cafés.
Those looking to reap the rewards of the great outdoors are well suited to Reading, with the stunning floral displays of Caversham Court reachable in just six-minutes by car. Alternatively, Prospect Park is eight-minutes away, and Mcllroy Park nature reserve is six. Fitness fanatics are likewise well catered for, with Rivermead Leisure Complex and Gym just three minutes away by car, offering a state-of-the-art gym, swimming pool and squash courts. Avid golfers can choose from Caversham Heath Golf Club and Calcot Park Golf Course within a 15-minute drive of home.
Families will benefit from a number of well-regarded schools, including Wilson Primary School (10 minutes away on foot), St Edward’s Prep (one-mile away) and The Wren School (10 minutes by car). For higher education, the University of Reading can be reached in under 20 minutes.
For regular travellers, the M4 just a 15-minute drive away, providing direct links to Newbury, Swindon and Slough. Rail users can access Reading West Station (just under one-mile from home), in addition to Reading Station, which is around a 10-minute drive away, offering services to London Paddington, Oxford and Manchester Piccadilly.
Prices start from £222,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. Visit https://www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/thames-valley/renaissance
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