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Osbourne Developments is proud to present Reddings Court, an exclusive collection of three bedroom houses and one and two bedroom apartments, created with the same care and attention to detail upon which they have built their reputation.
Classically designed on the outside and with up-to-the-minute contemporary interiors, the apartments at Reddings Court have been designed to appeal to all. Each of the six apartments feature impressive living spaces with open plan kitchen / living areas and well-proportioned bedrooms. There is also private parking with one allocated space per apartment.
Quietly located to the rear of Reddings Court, the attractive houses enjoy the advantage of two private spaces per property. Interiors have been thoughtfully planned to include contemporary specifications and en suite shower rooms to the master bedrooms. Each home has its own private garden accessed through french doors from the open plan kitchen / living room, extending your living space to the outside.
Located within a four minute walk of Sandhurst train station and local shops and restaurants, Reddings Court is perfectly placed. More extensive amenities can be found in Sandhurst village, just a six minute walk away, while nearby Camberley offers more comprehensive facilities. Yateley Lakes and Tri-Lakes Country Park are also close by offering a relaxing haven.
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