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Circa is a stylish collection of 69 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments, designed with flair, intelligence and imagination. The new high-specification properties come with the latest high-tech solutions and private, secured underground parking.
Bracknell’s vibrant town boasts The Lexicon; a brand new state of the art shopping and leisure centre that offers department and chain stores, supermarkets, boutiques, a cinema and a full range of eateries.
Away from the hustle and bustle of town centre life, Bracknell borders on vast areas of woodland, more than 150 parks and countryside sites, providing a sense of tranquillity. Swinley Forest and Crowthorne Woods provide thousands of acres for walking, cycling and riding. Windsor Great Park comprises over 4,800 acres including Royal Windsor Castle.
Bracknell’s outstanding transport links mean that rail journeys from Bracknell to London Waterloo take just under an hour. Bracknell is situated at the end of the A329M, midway between junction 3 of the M3 and junction 10 of the M4, both of which provide links with London. The M3 provides easy access to Basingstoke, Winchester, Southampton and the M25 whilst the M4 serves Reading, Maidenhead, Slough, Heathrow and West London. Travelling by air, London Heathrow is approximately 18 miles away by car and London Gatwick is approximately 45 miles to the south.
Everything you need to know about Help to Buy
In a bid to help first-time buyers onto the ever-changing property ladder, the government has created the Help to Buy (HTB) schemes, which include HTB: Equity Loan and HTB: Shared Ownership and HTB: ISA. All three services and ...
How to boost the value of your home
When the time comes to sell your property, getting the best price is high on most people’s agenda, especially if you’re relying on that equity to purchase your next home. The small upgrades listed below won’t cost a lot of ...
First time buyers are now exempt from paying stamp duty
In a bid to make property more affordable for first time buyers, Phillip Hammond announced today as part of the autumn budget that he will be cutting stamp duty for first time buyers purchasing homes under the value of £300,000....