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Launching early 2019


Queens Acre

Wokingham, Berkshire

Prices to be confirmed

Queens Acre is an exclusive development of new homes in Wokingham, situated within a private, gated community. These 1 and 2-bedroom apartments, and 3 and 4-bedroom townhouses will appeal to a range of purchasers, including first time buyers, investors and families, as well as commuters into Reading and London.

Sales centre opening hours

Opening hours are 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

This development is currently marketed from our Thames Valley office.

Development features

1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes

Located within a private, gated community

Allocated parking to all properties

Two miles from Wokingham town centre

25 minutes by car to Reading town centre

Contact us

Old Forest Road, Wokingham, RG41 1HL

This development is currently marketed from our Thames Valley office.

Sales centre opening hours

Opening hours are 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Sales office contact

0118 933 8032
queensacre@bellway.co.uk

Queens Acre is approximately two miles from Wokingham town centre. From junction 10 of the M4, the development is about a 10-minute drive away.

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The local area

Leisure and Entertainment

Situated two miles from Wokingham’s historic town centre, Queens Acre enjoys a tranquil location with an abundance of green space nearby. At just a 10-minute drive from home, the celebrated Dinton Pastures Country Park is an ideal location for outdoor pursuits, boasting 450 acres of countryside with designated walking routes, boating lakes, a golf course and well-kept picnic areas.

Residents of these new homes in Wokingham can take full advantage of the area’s eclectic range of family-friendly attractions, with everything from indoor skiing to live theatre. The thrilling John Nike Leisuresport Centre is just a short drive away and provides skiing, ice-skating and snowboarding lessons for all abilities. Alternatively, culture enthusiasts may enjoy a visit to The Mill at Sonning Theatre, which is home to an elegant restaurant and professional performance area. A truly remarkable venue on the banks of the River Thames, it is the only dinner theatre in the country.

Shopping and dining

Wokingham town centre is convenient for every day shopping and presents a good selection of high street stores, while regular farmers’ markets showcase Berkshire’s thriving agricultural community, with an impressive selection of fresh local produce.

For a unique shopping experience, Holme Grange Craft Village comprises a range of family-owned and independent stores nestled in the heart of the countryside. This relaxed shopping environment consists of attractive converted barns and a charming, enclosed courtyard, with regular craft workshops, including furniture painting, pottery and jewellery making.

Reading is around seven miles from Queens Acre and promises all of the benefits of city living, with world-class entertainment, deluxe shopping centres and an excellent selection of restaurants and bars. The Oracle is a large indoor shopping plaza, complete with over 80 stores, a 10-screen cinema and a good range of eateries, while the notable Hexagon music and theatre venue hosts an exciting programme of live performances throughout the year.

Education

The area surrounding Queen’s Acre provides a high standard of schooling, with Emmbrook Infant School, Emmbrook Junior School and Emmbrook School (for secondary education) all within walking distance of the development. The popular Hawthorns Primary School, Wheatfield Primary School, highly-regarded St. Pauls CE Junior School and Holt School (for secondary education) can all be found within a five-minute drive.

Those pursuing further education may consider the well-established University of Reading – just four miles from the development – which ranks amongst the top 200 universities in the world.

Transport

Transport links in the area are excellent, making Queens Acre an ideal location for those commuting into major towns and cities. The M4 is easily accessible from the development, and provides a link to London in around one hour and 15 minutes (passing Maidenhead and Slough), while Reading can be reached in just 20 minutes via the A3290.

For travel by train, both Winnersh and Wokingham railway stations are situated within two miles, and provide regular services to Reading and London Waterloo. Plans to introduce Crossrail services from Reading Station (late 2019) will allow direct travel to London without having to change trains, including fast trains to Canary Wharf in just 68 minutes.

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