New homes in Reading
Located within the Thames Valley in the South East of England, Reading is the county town of Berkshire. With Bracknell, Maidenhead and Newbury nearby, Oxford is only around 25 miles north of new homes in Reading, while you can get to London in less than half an hour on the train.
With exciting family activities like trampolining parks and escape rooms, plus lots of cultural draws and open spaces to enjoy, this is a vibrant place to live. Whether you want to be close to the centre or near a place like Wokingham on the edge of town, don’t miss our developments near Reading below.
Brookside MeadowsDenchworth Road, Grove, Wantage, , OX12 0BA
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Living in Reading
A vibrant town that makes for an exciting place to live, Reading’s excellent connections with London only serve to make this spot even more attractive to homebuyers. Even more so if you take advantage of the low deposit offers.
Things to see and do in Reading
Reading is brimming with great ways to spend your free time. From cultural draws like Reading Museum, the Museum of English Rural Life and the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, other hotspots include the Lemon Grove Gallery, South Street Arts Centre and Britain’s Bayeux Tapestry.
From exploring the ruins of Reading Abbey and Forbury Gardens, to shopping at the Oracle or going for a stroll in Prospect Park, you’ll be pleased to know beauty spots like Dinton Pastures Country Park and Wellington Country Park are close by too. Go walking or cycling around the Caversham Lakes, soak up the views from Hartslock and go hiking in the Chiltern Hills, all with new homes in Reading.
There’s a strong selection of schools in Reading, with many classed as outstanding options for your children by Ofsted. This includes All Saints Junior School, the Heights Primary School and Caversham Primary, while Kendrick School is an outstanding secondary school.
The town also has a good collection of independents, including the all-through Deenway Montessori School, the Abbey School and Leighton Park School, as well as St Joseph’s College and Queen Anne’s School in nearby Caversham.
Transport links in Reading
The M4 passes just to the south of Reading, giving the town excellent access to the national motorway network. You can use this to drive east to London in an hour with good traffic, while it’s around 45 minutes to Swindon and an hour and 15 minutes to Bristol in the opposite direction.
Reading does have two train stations in the heart of town, but its Crossrail links are the jewel in the crown. The speedy, direct services into Central London are perfect for both work and leisure, while the Elizabeth line is also connected to Heathrow Airport.
The Reading property market
Reading has been recognised as a property hotspot in recent years. With a good stock of properties ranging from 1 bedroom flats to large detached houses available, there’s something to suit all budgets and requirements. By choosing to buy with us, you could take advantage of one of our latest offers, with arrangements like our Movemaker scheme saving you a small fortune on estate agent fees.
New Homes Offers in Reading
Buying a new home with David Wilson also means you can take advantage of our great offers.
If you’re an existing homeowner looking to buy a new house, Part Exchange or Part Exchange Xtra schemes could be ideal for you. We cover your estate agent fees while helping you arrange the sale of your existing property.
Book an appointment with one of our Sales Advisers and reserve your dream home today.