This scheme of three- and four-bedroom properties has offered house-hunters the unique opportunity of owning a family home, built to the type of high specification which most won’t come across often. In addition to this, the convenience of the location – situated within easy reach of Reading and the motorway network, yet set in a quiet suburban area – makes Coopers Place all the more desirable.
The final detached home is available for £475,000. The ground-floor accommodation has been designed with busy family life in mind, providing ample room for relaxing, dining and entertaining, with separate living and dining rooms. The pièce de résistance for many, however, is the kitchen which, with an adjoining conservatory, provides flexible space that could be used for informal dining or as a family area in which to lounge and play. Upstairs, all four bedrooms are of a good size and, with the master and second bedroom enjoying en suite facilities, the third and fourth bedrooms share the elegant family bathroom.
Externally, the front and rear gardens to this property have been designed by a Chelsea gold-medal-winning landscaper, to breathtaking effect – with mature shrubs, trees and plants all adding to the feel that this home has been in place for many years, rather than a matter of months. The fact that it features a garage and driveway parking, only adds to the attraction.
Stacey Mitchell, sales manager at Millgate Homes, comments: “We have enjoyed a successful time in Burghfield Common, as we have built homes which are not on a comparable scale with anything else in the area. That’s why we’ve had such a positive reaction which leaves us with just one property remaining. Judging by our performance here, any interested parties are advised to enquire about the final four-bedroom home, as a matter of priority, as I predict that it won’t be available for much longer.”
In terms of location, residents at Coopers Place are well served. Burghfield Common village itself provides hosts of local shops and welcoming country pubs, while nearby Reading, with its famed Oracle shopping centre, thriving nightlife and cosmopolitan bars and eateries, is on hand for shopping excursions and evenings on the town.
Unfortunately, life’s not all about play; however, thanks to its handy location, a home here could help to make the journey to work that little easier. Commuters will benefit from the proximity to the M4, while Reading station, 6.7 miles* away, offers regular services to London Paddington in around 30 minutes**. The area also boasts some excellent schools, both state and independent, including the Garland Junior School and Burghfield St Mary’s C of E Primary School.
To find out more about the homes at Coopers Place, come and take a look at the show home, open Thursday–Monday, 10am–4pm. Alternatively, contact Millgate Homes: 0118 983 4089 | www.millgatehomes.co.uk
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