Welcome to Finchwood Park
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Welcome to Finchwood Park
A new development of traditionally-styled, quality 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes adjacent to extensive public open space designed to complement the surrounding woodland, trees and hedgerows.
Once complete, the development will deliver 1,500 high-quality homes, and a great opportunity to be part of an exciting new sustainable community in a prime residential area with superb local amenities and within catchment for Bohunt School Wokingham.
Numerous community benefits will also be provided in collaboration with Wokingham Borough Council, such as:
- A new primary school on site
- Over 140 acres of public open spaces
- Improved public highways
- New footpaths and cycleways
- Employment opportunities in the form of commercial or retail facilities
Price £470,000 Type Semi-detached house Bedrooms 3 bedrooms Parking 2 allocated parking spaces
Price £500,000 Type Detached house Bedrooms 3 bedrooms Parking Detached single garage with 2 allocated parking spaces
Price £700,000 Type Detached house Bedrooms 4 bedrooms Parking Detached double garage with 2 allocated parking spaces
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Located approximately three miles from the small rural village of Finchampstead in Berkshire, rated as one of the most desirable places to live in the UK, Finchwood Park is also conveniently close for all the amenities of Wokingham town centre. The area is well-served by supermarkets including a Waitrose, Tesco Superstore and Sainsbury’s within five miles and convenience stores, cafes and rural pubs closer to home. A more extensive selection of shops, restaurants and facilities can be found in the surrounding towns of Bracknell, Reading and Camberley.
The area also benefits from a wide range of outdoor leisure facilities nearby including California Country Park, Wellington Country Park and Swinley Forest while the John Nike Leisuresport Complex in Bracknell offers dry slopes for skiing and snowboarding.
Although Finchampstead itself doesn’t have a station, commuters are well-served by trains from nearby Crowthorne or Wokingham, both of which provide regular services into London in less than an hour (source: National Rail).
Finchwood Park offers a host of characterful, landscaped areas including to the southwest of the development, over 140 acres of public open space and SANG, along with parks, gardens, play areas, a pond, a brook and numerous footpaths and cycleways. Other communal facilities include allotments, a new primary school and playing fields.
Although Finchwood Park will enjoy its own two-form primary school there is a selection of excellent primary and secondary schools in the local area including the Finchampstead Church of England Primary School and Emmbrook secondary school in Wokingham (rated ‘Good’). A brand-new secondary school with unrivalled facilities, Bohunt Wokingham opened its doors in September 2016.
A wide selection of independent day and boarding schools can also be found in the area including the historic Wellington College, whilst the nearby University of Reading and the Royal Holloway, University of London offer a range of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees.
Both Crowthorne and Wokingham railway stations are about a 10 to 12 minute drive from Finchwood Park and provide regular services to London in under 50 minutes. Slightly further afield, Reading station offers direct links to London Waterloo in just over an hour. Other destinations that can reached from Wokingham station include Reading (8 minutes), Guildford (28 minutes) and Gatwick Airport (76 minutes) (source: National Rail).
By road, Finchwood Park is 4.5 miles to the A30 and approximately 6 miles to the A329. The M4 is 6 miles to the north and the M3 is 9 miles to the south (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 Jennett'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 which becomes Old Wokingham Rd. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Nine Mile Ride and continue on straight over the next roundabout. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Lower Wokingham Road, at the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Wellingtonia Avenue, slight left onto Jubilee Road then turn right onto The Village. Turn right onto Reading Road, then turn right into Sheerlands Road and this will lead you to Finchwood 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 on to Nine Mile Ride/B3430. At the very end of Nine Mile Ride turn right on to Park Lane and continue until you reach Biggs Lane. At the roundabout, turn left onto Langley Common Road and then at the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the A327 and follow this over the next 2 junctions. Turn left into Sheerlands Road and this will lead you to Finchwood Park.
You can register for more information about Finchwood Park by using the form below.
How to find us
On Saturday 23rd November we’ll be joined by industry experts for a free Help to Buy event, where you can learn just how the scheme works, what’s involved in the upcoming changes, and how to make the most of it in the meantime. Our team will also show you the various new homes available with Help to Buy at Finchwood Park and explain how you can get moving sooner than you think with our stamp duty incentives.