Welcome to Buckler’s Park
Welcome to Buckler’s Park, Crowthorne, Berkshire.
A new development of quality, contemporary-styled 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes adjacent to a new country park and surrounded by characterful landscaping.
Buckler’s Park offers an opportunity to be part of an exciting new sustainable community that’s close to nature, a host of local amenities and great transport links.
Price £480,000 Type Semi-detached house Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms Parking Two parking spaces
Price £450,000 Type End terrace house Bedrooms 3 bedrooms Parking Carport and an additional space
Price £479,000 Type Semi-detached house Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms Parking Two parking spaces
Price £680,000 Type Detached house Bedrooms 4 Bedrooms Parking Garage and three additional parking spaces
Price £750,000 Type Detached house Bedrooms 4 Bedrooms Parking Garage and two additional parking spaces
Price £315,000 Type Ground floor apartment Bedrooms 2 bedrooms Parking Two allocated parking spaces
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The beautiful village of Crowthorne is nestled in the Berkshire countryside surrounded by the vibrant centres of Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell and the historic hubs of Sandhurst, Ascot and Windsor, making it ideal for commuters. Here, boutique shops sit side by side with tearooms, cafés and local amenities while the area is also well-served by supermarkets including a Lidl and Tesco Express in the village, a Sainsbury's in Bracknell. A more extensive selection of retail and leisure facilities can be found in nearby Bracknell or Reading. Sport and leisure is also well catered for in Crowthorne, where Edgbarrow Sports Centre and Wellington Fitness have a range of indoor and outdoor sport and fitness activities. Swinley Forest, eight miles away, is the perfect place to explore beautiful woodland by bike or on foot while for adrenalin-fuelled activities like skiing and snowboarding, venture over to the John Nike Leisure sport Complex in Bracknell.
Full of character, Buckler's Park offers a wealth of landscaped areas including a brook, play areas, and to the east of the development, over 100 acre of green open space which includes a two mile circular woodland path with benches, decked areas and ponds where wildlife can flourish. Other communal facilities include a neighbourhood hub with shops and a community centre plus a care home, allotments and a new primary school.
Buckler's Park will be home to its own two-form primary school, but there are also many excellent primary and secondary schools in and around Crowthorne.
The village has 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated schools in Crowthorne Church of England Primary School and Edgbarrow Secondary School.
There are also 'Good' rated schools and nurseries at Easthampstead Park School, Wildmoor Heath Primary School and Hatch Ride Primary School, among others.
There is also a wide selection of independent day and boarding schools in the area including the famous Wellington College, whilst undergraduate and post-graduate degrees are offered by the nearby University of Reading and the Royal Holloway, University of London.
Crowthorne Railway Station is a five minute drive from Buckler’s Park, while Bracknell’s station is nine minutes travel by car. Crowthorne is only 51 minutes from London Paddington by train, while Bracknell has direct links to London Waterloo.
Other destinations include Wokingham in 4 minutes, Reading in 15 minutes, Guildford in 29 minutes and Gatwick Airport in 71 minutes (source: National Rail. Fastest train times shown). By road, Buckler's Park is 3 miles from the A329 and another 3 miles to the M4 junction. The M3 is 7 miles south and the M25 is 13 miles away (source: Google Maps).
From the M25/M4
At the M25 Junction 15, take the exit for the M4 westbound/Reading. At Junction 10 of the M4 exit onto the A329(M) toward Wokingham/ Bracknell. Continue on the A329 Berkshire Way towards Bracknell/Ascot. Turn right at the Jennet's Park roundabout and keep left to continue on Vigar Way. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Peacock Lane and the 2nd exit on the next roundabout to stay on Peacock Lane. Bear left on Peacock Lane, which becomes Old Wokingham Road and follow the road until the next roundabout. Take the 1st exit onto Nine Mile Ride/ B3430. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit and follow the road until you reach Buckler's Park.
From the M25/M3
At the M25 Junction 12 take the exit for the M3. Take the A322 exit towards Woking/Bracknell until you reach the roundabout. Take the 3rd exit onto the A322 towards Bracknell. Take the 1st exit at the next roundabout to stay on the A322. Turn left into Nine Mile Ride/B3430 until you reach a roundabout. Take the 1st exit and follow the road until you reach Buckler's Park.
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