New Homes in Crowthorne 

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Abbey Fields
Abbey Fields
Baileys Crescent, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1TJ
  • £425,000 to £625,000
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Set in 6.5 acres of open space, Abbey Fields is a development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This development is part of a new community and will have a play area and footpaths throughout. Local amenities are just 2 miles away, plus, a great range of schools. Radley train station 2.1 miles away with links to London under an hour. Commuters have easy access to the A34, which is a 10 minute drive away.

Live the Crowthorne life

Located in the Bracknell Forest district of Berkshire, Crowthorne is a picturesque village surrounded by woodland. With good transport links to the capital and Reading, it has long been home to many commuters looking for a slice of country living away from busy city life. Whether you’re taking part in the annual triathlon, relaxing with the family in one of the nearby country parks, or sampling the food in a Michelin-starred pub, there’s something for everyone to enjoy close to your new home in Crowthorne.

Things to see and do in Crowthorne

Crowthorne is full of fun family friendly activities. Hours can be spent learning about and getting hands on with science at the nearby Look Out Discovery Centre. Here you’ll find over 90 activities suitable for children of all ages, including launching a rocket, setting off a hot air balloon, building a house, playing with boats in the indoor stream or exploring the surrounding woodland. Aldershot Military Museum is also just a 20-minute drive away.

The green open spaces in the area offer plenty for family days out. At California Country Park raised boards will take you through the dense woodland, and you can relax in the outdoor paddling pool (open in summer). Shepherds Meadows is home to wild flower meadows and a skate park.  

The village boasts a real community feel with several events fostering that spirit, including the annual triathlon and bi-annual carnival. You’ll also find much in the way of independent shopping with mini-markets throughout the year along the bustling high-street.

And for a day out to remember, Crowthorne is just a 15-minute drive to the Royal Ascot Racecourse.

Education in Crowthorne

For those planning on moving to the area with school-age children it’s great to know there are several schools close to your new home in Crowthorne rated outstanding by Ofsted. They include Edgbarrow School, Crowthorne Church of England Primary School, Uplands Primary School, and Frogmore Infant School.

If you or your older children are planning on studying for higher education, the University of Reading is just 20 minutes away, while all the educational establishments in London are in commuting distance.

Getting to Crowthorne

Crowthorne railway station serves the commuters that call Crowthorne home, with direct services to Reading every hour with a journey time of under 20 minutes. London Paddington can be reached in under an hour with a change in Reading, whilst the journey to London Waterloo takes an hour and a quarter with a change at Farnborough North and a quick walk to Farnborough Main.

If you’re driving to see family and friends, the trip to Reading takes less than half an hour via the A329, while London and its surrounding areas are just over an hour away.

When the time comes to enjoy a well-earned rest with a holiday, it’s great to know that Crowthorne is just a half hour drive from Heathrow Airport.