New homes in Reading

The county town of Berkshire, Reading lies in the Thames Valley and offers an excellent location within South East England. Only 40 miles west of Central London, places like Wokingham, Newbury and Slough are nearby, while houses in Reading are less than half an hour from Oxford on the train.

From museums and arts centres, to medieval stately homes, parks and gardens, Reading also has a historic university and all the shops, bars and restaurants you need. A popular spot for so many reasons, you’ll need to be quick with our developments closest to Reading below.
Abbey Fields
Abbey Fields
Baileys Crescent, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1TJ
  • £417,000 to £630,000
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Set in 6.5 acres of open space, Abbey Fields is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This development forms part of a new community and will have a new play area and footpaths throughout. All your local amenities are just 2 miles away in Abingdon, as well as a great range of schools. Commuters will have easy access to the A34, which is a 10 minute drive away.
Brookside Meadows
Brookside Meadows
Denchworth Road, Grove, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 0BA
  • £370,000 to £600,000
  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
  • Set in plenty of open space, Brookside Meadows is a development of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and  3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes, near the historic market town of Wantage.  Your new home is a short walk to local amenities as well as a pub, whilst Oxford is just 30 minutes away by car. For commuters, the M4 is nearby and you could find yourself in central London in under an hour, with Didcot Parkway railway station also a short drive away.
River Meadow
River Meadow
Wallis Gardens, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire, SN7 8FZ
  • £345,000 to £393,000
  • 3 bedroom
  • River Meadow is a charming development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes in Stanford in the Vale. Your new home will be set in Oxfordshire countryside whilst being close to all your local amenities in nearby Faringdon. If you need to travel further afield, the A420 is 2.6 miles away, connecting you to Swindon, Oxford and the M4.
Canal Quarter at Kingsbrook
Canal Quarter at Kingsbrook
Burcott Lane, Broughton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP22 5AR
  • £231,500 to £287,000
  • 1 and 2 bedroom
  • Canal Quarter is the central village at Kingsbrook in Aylesbury, with a current release of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Homes are just a short walk away from the travel hub, with regular bus connections to Aylesbury station. The Canal basin, with it's central water feature, local shops and a community facility provides the perfect hub to spend time with friends and family.  Take a look and see why this exciting and thriving new community is the perfect place to call home, here. Kingsbrook is an award winning development made up of 3 villages, each with their own distinct identity. Here, not only will you be surrounded by beautiful countryside but you will also have excellent transport links to London.
Orchard Green @ Kingsbrook
Orchard Green @ Kingsbrook
Armstrongs Fields, Broughton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP22 7BX
  • £235,000 to £535,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Orchard Green is the newest village at the award winning Kingsbrook development in Aylesbury. Embrace a greener, more rural lifestyle with 60% of the development allocated to open space. This is a 'Built for a Healthy Life' development which means well-designed homes and neighbourhoods. Important design details such as adequate car parking, safe street design and access to amenities have been considered and included within the development. Take a look and see why this exciting and thriving new community is the perfect place to call home, here. Some homes on this development meet the latest building regulations, which sets the standards for energy performance and carbon emissions. Click here to find out more.

Live the Reading life

A lively town that offers many of the amenities you’d usually find in a city, more and more people are buying a home in Reading in order to commute to London. Whether this is a top priority for you, or you’re simply taken by the town’s charm, head over to our latest offers page for more details about schemes like Part Exchange or Movemaker. Or read on for lots more handy information about the town of Reading. 

 

Things to see and do in Reading


The town centre is packed with things to do, with culture vultures fully catered for. Head to the Museum of English Rural Life and the Lemon Grove Gallery, as well as South Street Arts Centre and the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology. You can even see Britain’s Bayeux Tapestry at the superb Reading Museum. 


If you prefer to spend your time exploring outdoor environments, Wellington Country Park and Dinton Pastures Country Park are must-visits. Go for a stroll around the ruins of Reading Abbey and Forbury Gardens, take the dog for a runaround in Prospect Park, and hit the Oracle’s shops for some new things. Out of town, don’t miss walks in the Chiltern Hills, the views from Hartslock or the scenery at the Caversham Lakes. 


Education


Reading has a great selection of schools, which includes plenty of options rated as outstanding by Ofsted. The Heights Primary School, All Saints Junior School and Caversham Primary are all in this category, along with secondaries such as Kendrick School and Reading School. If you’re searching for top local independents, Abbey School, Leighton Park School and the all-through Deenway Montessori School are among the best choices. 


Reading transport links


The attraction of Reading is partly connected to the town’s burgeoning transport links. The new Elizabeth Line provides fast, direct services into the heart of London, perfect for commuting or heading into the capital for a day or night out. The Elizabeth Line also connects international travellers to Heathrow Airport. 


Reading is also served by plenty of other train and bus routes, as well as the M4 motorway, which runs just to the south of town. You can jump on this to drive to London in around an hour, while it’s 45 minutes to Swindon and an hour and 15 minutes to Bristol


The Reading property scene


Emerging as a property hotspot, the local market in Reading is vibrant and exciting. Lots of new properties are coming to market all the time, while you can also find stunning developments just outside town in areas like Crowthorne and Basingstoke. Wherever you decide to settle down, don’t miss initiatives like our Movemaker scheme if you have a home to sell as part of your move.