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Nestled in the historic village of Binfield, Jardin offers a collection of high-specification, luxury homes designed by Spitfire Bespoke Homes.
Jardín has developed from what was the kitchen garden for Binfield House, whose distinctive facade inspires architectural bespoke features within the new homes. Jardin is situated in Knox Green and is accessed from Terrace Road North. The development is a collection of 24 unique homes, with 2, 3, 4 or 5 well-proportioned bedrooms. These elegant homes acknowledge the area’s rich architectural heritage, while offering light, spacious and luxuriously appointed accommodation, designed for effortless modern living.
Binfield is a tranquil village with a small local community of just 7,500 residents. It is situated in the Bracknell Forest borough of Berkshire, surrounded by beautiful countryside and close to the towns of Ascot, Reading and Windsor.
Binfield offers many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. There is an abundance of outdoor space, with four main parks to explore. Billingbear Park Golf Course is just a seven minute drive from Jardin and an ideal spot to enjoy a leisurely round. If you prefer team sports, the village has its own football and cricket teams and is also home to The Bowmen of Warfield, Berkshire’s top archery club.
Spitfire is a developer with a difference. Passionate about design, sustainability and quality of construction, they have the skills, experience and creative flair to blend the latest trends in interior styles with practical modern day living. And because they are a niche house building company, they carefully consider each home as if it were their own.
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