Bellway Homes is highlighting one of its developments where buyers can get a new property in Reading for just £222,000.
Given soaring demand for efficient and stylish new homes, Bellway says its Renaissance scheme of one to three bedroom apartments in Portman Road to the west of the town centre, is proving extremely popular, even with those coming from out of the town.
Prices start at £222,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.
Emma Jones, sales and marketing director at Bellway Thames Valley, said: “When it comes to buying a home, new builds are proving to be extremely popular with home hunters across the UK.
“We have seen a huge demand for homes year on year with homebuyers loving the fact that a new build is hassle and chain-free, as opposed to the challenges that arise when purchasing pre-existing homes on the market.
“Due to the high level of demand for such properties, the apartments at Renaissance have been selling extremely well, as purchasers have been impressed the quality of the finishes and the benefits of having allocated parking spaces and balconies to most apartments.”
Bellway’s promotion states:
Just a 10-minute drive from Renaissance, Reading town centre hosts a myriad of excellent amenities, providing residents with a plethora of shopping, dining and leisure opportunities. The Oracle shopping centre is perfect for a family day out, with a range of restaurants, cafes and high street chains. Reading’s restaurants cater for a variety of tastes, and include the Michelin-starred French restaurant, L’Ortolan.
Families at Renaissance will be spoilt with an excellent choice of highly-regarded primary and secondary schools close by. Wilson Primary School is a 10-minute walk away, while the ‘Outstanding’ All Saints Junior School can be reached in just five minutes by car. Older students will benefit from the proximity of The Wren School and Kendrick School, both under 15 minutes away by car. For those considering further education, The University of Reading is just a 19-minute drive from the development.
Conveniently connected for commuters, residents can reach the M4 motorway in as little as five minutes, providing direct access to destinations in London and Wales. Alternatively, Reading West station is a 10-minute walk from the development, allowing commuters to reach London Paddington in as little as 28 minutes, as well as providing direct links to locations such as Oxford and Manchester. For international travel, London Heathrow Airport is just a 45-minute drive away.
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