New homes in Wokingham FAQs
Is Wokingham a nice place to live?
If you love the great outdoors but also want to benefit from fantastic amenities, new homes in Wokingham can be ideal. Sitting midway between North Wessex Downs and Surrey Hills, this Berkshire
hub provides exciting opportunities for exploring the local countryside. It also offers superb access to Reading
and London, meaning it’s a great spot if you need to commute.
What things are there to do in Wokingham?
Thanks to the convenient location, new homes in Wokingham are always popular among homebuyers. The town boasts exciting outdoor and indoor attractions, perfect for families too. Below we picked some fun-filled indoor activities for you and your kids:
• Wokingham Theatre
• The Look Out Discovery Centre
• Monkey Mates
• St Paul’s Parish Hall
• John Nike Leisure centre
The South East of England
is famous for being home to glorious swathes of open countryside, and Wokingham is no exception. If you want to make the most of the sunny weather, find below our top picks for outdoor fun:
• California Contry Park
• Howard Palmer Gardens
• Keephatch Park Nature Reserve
• Stanlake Park Wine Estate
• Pope’s Meadow
What are the best schools in Wokingham?
Wokingham is a brilliant place to call home, especially if you have children. There are many excellent schools here, some of them rated outstanding by Ofsted. Below we’ve picked the best primary, secondary and higher education institutions in the local area to help you narrow down your options.
| Walter Infant School
|| Bohunt Wokingham
|| Newbold School
| St Paul’s CofE Junior School
|| Luckley House School
|| Cressex Lodge School
Are the transport links good in Wokingham?
Wokingham boasts a strategic location and is served by numerous road, rail, and bus services.
Its train station is mainly operated by South Western Railway and Great Western Railway, with direct services to Reading, Aldershot
and London Paddington. Buses run frequently from the town centre to neighbouring locations, such as Slough and Bracknell
If you prefer to drive, the A329 is the main road link between Wokingham and the rest of the county, joining the M3 and M4.
What are the house prices like in Wokingham?
Wokingham’s property prices have increased steadily over the past years, though they remain below the Berkshire average. Detached and semi-detached houses were the most popular among buyers.
At Barratt Homes, we put modern family living at the heart of everything we do, which is why our homes are designed to the highest specifications. Our developments in Wokingham range from 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, such as Abbey Fields
- perfect for first-time buyers and growing families.
What new home schemes are available in Wokingham?
Buying your new home with us means you can benefit from various offers
If you’re a first-time buyer, you could take advantage of the Home Reach
scheme; you can buy a share of your dream Barratt home and pay an affordable monthly rent on the remaining share. Second-time buyers can apply for the Movemaker
and Part Exchange
schemes. We’ll help you sell your current home and pay your estate agent fees.
Browse our new homes in Wokingham below and start your homebuying journey today.