Shinfield Meadows, Linden
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Shinfield Meadows offers a wonderful collection of houses for sale in Berkshire. The development will provide an exclusive new community offering a primary school, care home, sport and recreation facilities, a food store and open space set for you to enjoy a safe and fun environment on your doorstep.
Uniquely nestled between Reading and Wokingham, you will find a stunning property for sale at Shinfield Meadows which will provide the best of both worlds; nearby to the busy hub of Reading and quintessential market town of Wokingham.
Shinfield Meadows is surrounded by country parks, from Beale Park and Dinton Pastures to Swallowfield Park and Wellington Park, leaving you to make the most of free time however you desire.
Commuter links for these new builds in Berkshire are excellent. For car travel, Shinfield Meadows is around 4 miles from Junction 11 of the M4, a little further afield you’ll find Junction 6 of the M3 at Basingstoke and Junction 4 of the M40. If you frequently fly, there are international and domestic flights from Heathrow, which is 29 miles from the development.
Just 6 miles away is Reading railway station which offers services to just about every point of the compass, from London to the West Country and the Midlands to the South Coast. Regular direct services can have you in London Paddington* in around half an hour or Bristol Temple Meads* in as little as one hour and 20 minutes, making these houses for sale in Shinfield the perfect home if you commute.
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