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Legal & General Homes is rethinking the home buying process from start to finish so that they can deliver a service tailored in every detail for modern buyers and contemporary lifestyles. All their homes come with Bosch appliances and smart technology such as the Hive smart thermostat as standard. Many of the homes have bi-fold doors leading you out to the rear garden. All carpets & flooring included throughout each home.
Set in the Berkshire countryside, within the leafy village of Crowthorne, Buckler’s Park offers a selection of new homes adjacent to 100 acres of new Country Park. There will be plenty of different ways to explore the local outdoors, including a brook, woodland paths, neighbourhood glades, allotments and play areas.
Buckler's Park is surrounded by the vibrant centres of Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell as well as the historic hubs of Sandhurst, Ascot and Windsor. Crowthorne railway station is a five-minute drive from Buckler's Park and has links to London Paddington in under an hour, making it ideal for commuters. The neighbourhood hub will include new shops, a primary school and a community centre. On the doorstep in the village of Crowthorne, there are plenty of amenities including a selection of boutique shops, tearooms, cafés and supermarkets.
Legal & General Homes was established in 2016 and is a new division of Legal & General that aims to bring a fresh approach to new homes. From the design and space planning, to the selection of materials and the level of eco-efficiency, a Legal & General home is well thought out to suit people at all life stages.
Everything you need to know about Help to Buy
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First time buyers are now exempt from paying stamp duty
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