Eldridge ParkWokingham, RG40 5QF
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With the final home remaining, this is your last opportunity to make Eldridge Park your home.
Eldridge Park is an exceptional collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses, with a number of 2 bedroom apartments. Moments from Wokingham, homes at Eldridge Park are set alongside 25 acres of parkland, complete with ponds, trees, wildflowers meadows and informal play areas.
Every home at Eldridge Park has been meticulously designed to provide the very best in modern living with luxury kitchens, bathroom suites and finishes that you would expect from a Berkeley home. Using the finest quality materials, these homes combine traditional building techniques with sustainable design and every modern convenience, all within a highly desirable community at the edge of some of England’s most beautiful countryside.
When you make your home here, you will be living next to beautiful open countryside, within a short distance of central Wokingham. For convenience, commuting, family, fitness and leisure, Eldridge Park offers you the best of modern living in a tranquil and perfectly situated community.
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