Queenswood HeightsLittle Sandhurst, Berkshire, GU47 8ET
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Queenswood Heights comprises just eight 3 & 4 bedroom detached homes. Set within the heart of an established and sought after neighbourhood lies a secluded development that encapsulates everything you require from a luxury home. Queenswood Heights is a premier development with easy access to Reading, Bracknell, Camberley and Ascot, complete with modern open plan rooms, fixture-rich bathrooms and bespoke spacious kitchens. Built within a small wooded enclave that offers the perfect setting and a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life, Queenswood Heights is as exclusive as it is charming.
Living at Queenswood Heights ensures residents are ideally located to benefit from Berkshire’s extensive road and rail network making journeys to work or school or to see family and friends as easy as possible. With the station, shops and excellent schools within easy reach, this is the perfect hub for those who like to explore.
Sandhurst has excellent road and rail connections into and out of London, making it an ideal spot for commuters. Sandhurst is just off the A30 and close to the M3 and M4 motorways with Bracknell, Reading, Camberley and Guildford all within easy reach by road.
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