Oak ApplesCrowthorne, Berkshire, RG45 6QP
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A refined collection of 3 and 4 bedroom family homes in a tranquil, leafy setting.
Oak Apples in Crowthorne has been carefully designed to create just nine exclusive family homes. The extremely high specification of the interiors ensures that these homes are fully equipped for 21st Century living within a traditional façade.
These beautiful homes are ideally located within easy reach of the thriving village of Crowthorne, a destination offering excellent road and rail links, a vibrant community spirit and lush surrounding countryside and woodlands. Crowthorne is a great place for family living, with an abundance of excellent schools for all age groups, including prestigious Wellington College, an independent co-educational school renowned for its inspirational curriculum.
Crowthorne’s busy High Street, less than 20 minutes’ walk away, is home to a wide selection of retailers, cafés and restaurants. For more comprehensive facilities, nearby Bracknell and Wokingham will not disappoint with their shopping and entertainment venues. If you need to go further afield Crowthorne station offers regular rail services to London Paddington, via Reading, as well as Guildford. No less than three motorways are within easy driving distance, putting Heathrow and Gatwick within easy reach.
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