A generous new incentive scheme has been launched by Bellway Homes for its homes at The Printworks in Reading, with the buyer of plot 19 – a Centaur house at the development – to receive £7,500 towards stamp duty, flooring, and integrated kitchen appliances.
The site comprises 96 homes in total – a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom houses – and is close to the town’s main train station in a sought-after central area. Some properties are affordable housing available through rent or Shared Ownership.
The Centaur is a three-bedroom, mid-terrace property with generous internal spaces and well-appointed terraces or gardens providing plenty of room inside and out. It is available for £532,000 and comes with Zanussi white goods in the kitchen and Roca sanitaryware in the bathrooms – including the main and two en suites.
Each three-bedroom home comes with two parking spaces, while Bellway homes have also provided 12 charging points for electric cars and a car club scheme for those who do not own their own vehicle but want or need to drive occasionally. Residents with children also have access to a play area and other green open spaces, while residents of all ages can benefit from attractive landscaping, including trees and hedging.
Emma Jones, Sales Director for Bellway Thames Valley, comments: “The Centaur is the ideal family home, with plenty of space for living, working, and playing. These properties provide easy access to the shops, restaurants, and other amenities of Reading, meaning buyers can get the best out of life in this desirable town while also enjoying a rapid journey into London.”
The Printworks is built on the former Cox and Wyman printworks site and is creating a thriving new community on a brownfield site that has laid dormant for six years. Prices for a one-bedroom apartment start from £270,000.