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Carter’s Court is a development of beautiful new homes in Reading’s bustling northern hub. Offering a range of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments, as well as 4-bedroom homes, this well-considered communit... Read more ›

Features

  • 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments; 4-bedroom homes
  • Excellent surrounding amenities
  • Proximity to Reading town centre and train station; access to the Elizabeth Line
  • Well-regarded local schools
  • Electric vehicle charging points

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97a-117 Caversham Road
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Local Area

Carter's Court, Reading

Carter's Court, Reading

Carter’s Court joins a community in the northern edge of Reading which has easy access to a wealth of local amenities, exceptional transport and commuter links, plus well-regarded local schools. Located walking distance from the town centre, the development benefits from an abundance of nearby conveniences, as well as access to nearby natural landscape for outdoor leisure.

The development is located just off Caversham Road, reaching Reading’s town centre in just two minutes’ drive. The River Thames flows just north, with the riverbank around four minutes’ walk away overlooking Fry’s Island.

This development falls under the administration of Reading Borough Council.

The local area

  • Reading train station
    6 mins
  • Supermarket
    2 mins
  • Christchurch Meadows
    10 mins
  • The Oracle shopping centre
    3 mins
  • Gym
    2 mins
  • Heathrow Airport
    38 mins

Residents are well supplied by fitness destinations, with a gym moments from the door, and a yoga studio 10 minutes’ walk away.

Rivermead Park is half a mile from the development, overlooking a peaceful stretch of the Thames. The park has a leisure centre and sporting facilities, with the river accommodating Reading’s rowing and canoeing clubs. Fry’s Island sits four minutes’ walk from Carter’s Court, offering boat services and the Island Bohemian Bowls Club – a stunning location for outdoor leisure.

Beyond the river – just 10 minutes’ walk – is Christchurch Meadows. This setting boasts tennis courts, a kids’ playground and paddling pool, fitness classes, and fishing spots. Reading’s Winter Wonderland, seasonally, is just across the road from Christchurch Meadows, with View Island nature reserve beyond.

Caversham Lakes is a 10-minute drive away, housing the Thames Traditional Boat Society, the Thames and Kennet Marina, a rowing lake, and a water park.

Central Reading offers well-regarded schools for all ages, with additional options available in Caversham. Primary school options include EP Collier School and Primary School, which is only a three-minute walk away from the development. Civitas Academy and Thameside Primary School are two further choices, both within a seven-minute drive.

The Abbey School offers high school education two miles away and is reachable via public transport. Kendrick School is an all-girls secondary school, a nine-minute bike ride away, while Highdown Secondary School and Sixth Form Centre is an 11-minute drive away. Queen Anne’s School is independent – just two miles away – while Reading School is an eight-minute drive away, a grammar school with optional boarding.

Those looking to pursue higher education have options within Reading, including Reading College and the University of Reading. The development’s proximity to Oxford and London means some of the country’s finest higher education institutions are commutable.

Caversham Road Fire Station bus stop is a minute’s walk away from the development and provides useful shuttle services into central Reading.

Reading train station is a six-minute walk away, offering local and national rail journeys. Regular destinations include Oxford, Cardiff, Manchester, and London, with the latter a journey for standard rail lines and the Elizabeth Line tube.

For drivers, the development is just off Caversham Road – part of the A329 – reaching the M4 after 10 minutes. From here, central London is around 35 miles east, and the Prince of Wales Bridge 80 miles west.

The closest airport to the development is Heathrow – a 38-minute drive away.

Carter’s Court is nestled in Reading’s northern hub, benefitted by a bustling surrounding of shops and restaurants. A supermarket can be found just two minutes’ walk from the development, ensuring everyday essentials are well supplied.

Reading town centre offers the complete shopping experience, with flagship department stores, award-winning shopping centres, numerous retail parks, and lively streets. Broad Street offers something for everyone, with a selection of well-known brands leading to a shopping centre.

The Oracle – another shopping centre – provides comprehensive retail and riverside dining, as well as a multi-screen cinema. The town is also home to a growing independent boom with unique stores throughout, particularly concentrated in Harris Arcade, as well as a covered farmers’ market.

Public transport journey times from Reading to London are as quick as 22 minutes, allowing residents to take advantage of the world-famous shopping destinations and fine dining on offer in the capital.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.