Royal Berkshire – Reading

Featuring modern architecture, Royal Berkshire is an exemplary development offering a range of high specification apartments and houses in a well established community close to the centre of Reading. Located a short distance from reading town centre and a train journey taking under 30 minutes to reach Central London, Royal Berkshire offers contemporary designed apartments and houses within beautifully landscapes grounds.

Residents can enjoy peaceful walks near the Foudry Brook ecological corridor or down the tree-lined boulevard. At the centre of the development is the Piazza, which provides the Drake way community with a café, children’s day care nursery convenience shop and gym. Alternatively, residents can take advantages of the facilities of the Hilton Hotel, which includes a swimming pool, steam room and sauna, all on the doorstep.

Royal Berkshire combines luxury living within a thriving community close to Reading. When living at Drake way, convenience comes as standard. Located close to the centre of Reading, resident have superb access to the M4 motorway and train station, which is easily accessible via the Drake way bus service, Greenwave.

The town’s wide ranging amenities and business parks are also close by, this includes the Oracle shopping centre, Brunel Retail Park, the Madejski Stadium, Green Park and Thames Valley Business Park which is home to variety of leading multi-national corporations.

  • 1 and 2 bedroom Waterside Apartments, starting at £ 258,500.
  • Located 30 minutes by train from central London (Paddington).
  • Anticipated rental yields of up to 6%.
  • Excellent Road links to London and the south East.
  • The new Cross rail link will stop at Reading, for Fast connection to London by 2020.
  • World class shopping and entertainment in Central London is easily reachable via train.
  • Reading University, just over two miles from Royal Berkshire is ranked in the top 15 of universities in the world.

    Reading is a large town and unitary authority area in the ceremonial country of Berkshire, England. It is ranked the UK’s top economic area for economic success and wellbeing, according to factors such as employment, health, income, skills. Reading also is a retail centre serving a large area of the Thames Valley, and is home to the University of Reading. Today Reading is a commercial centre, with involvement in information technology and insurance, and despite its proximity to London, has a net inward commuter flow.

    Reading has over 100 parks and playgrounds including 5 miles of riverside paths in the town centre is Forbury Gardens, a public park built on the site of the outer court of Reading Abbey. Reading location in the Thames Valley to the west London has made the town an important location in the nation’s transport system.

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