Zoopla did a study of the most expensive counties in the UK and then hunted out the cheapest towns to live in, within these counties. Bracknell, in Berkshire was cited sixth in the list with where you can pay almost 15% less to live here than in the rest of this exclusive county. For those not wishing to reside in such a busy town the leafy village of Shinfield is less than 10 miles away. Here Bellway is selling new homes from as little as £394,950, indeed cheaper than the average price point for a home in Bracknell.
Littlebrook offers a stunning collection of three, four and five bedroom homes, located in a rural location tucked away in the sought-after county. Within one mile of the development, residents can find a range of amenities including express supermarkets and a selection of local eateries. Meanwhile vibrant Reading is just 15 minutes away, with a wealth of shops and entertainment facilities.
Steve Garton, Sales Director at Bellway Thames Valley comments: “Berkshire is not a cheap county, however savvy home buyers are still able to find pockets which offer great value for money. Littlebrook’s Jubilee, a three-bed mid-terrace house starts from just £394,950, which is better value than nearby Bracknell, yet still offers excellent amenities and a gloriously peaceful location. The homes at Littlebrook are selling quickly and we would urge current buyers to act quickly in order to avoid missing out on such a brilliant opportunity in this affluent area.”
The Jubilee is an attractive, spacious residence, offering a superb specification and modern design features. The entrance hallway leads directly into the kitchen, which features an integrated oven, hob, along with modern fitted units, upstands and work surfaces. Towards the rear of the ground floor is an open-plan living and dining area, with French doors that open out onto the rear garden. A cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The first floor is home to two double bedrooms and a spacious third single bedroom. The master bedroom benefits from a stylish en-suite shower room. A contemporary family bathroom is furnished with modern Roca sanitaryware and chrome-finish brassware.
Within one mile of the development, residents will find a range of good quality amenities, express supermarkets and a selection of casual eateries set within peaceful rural surrounds. For a more comprehensive selection of leisure pursuits, Reading has the Oracle shopping centre, the Hexagon theatre venue and many other attractions.
Shinfield St. Mary’s C of E Junior School and Hillside Primary School, just a five and seven minute drive respectively, are both rated as good by Ofsted. Students over 11 are served by several notable secondary schools, including Reading Girls School, Leighton Park School and Maiden Erlegh School.
Ideal for commuters, Reading station is under 20 minutes away and provides regular services to London Paddington and London Waterloo, amongst other destinations. The M4 is one mile away, with great connections to major surrounding road networks via Junction 11. From here, onward travel can be made to popular commuter destinations such as Wokingham, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Basingstoke and Slough.