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Get help to buy a stunning apartment at Ashwood Park, Reading

5th June 2017 Print
Abelia apartments

Home-buyers in Berkshire are being offered a fantastic opportunity to snap up a stylish new apartment at Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after Ashwood Park development in Reading.

There’s a stunning selection of new ‘Abelia’ apartments, priced from £285,000, now available at the development, which enjoys a fantastic location less than two miles from Reading railway station, with direct trains to London Paddington in as little as 26 minutes, making it ideal for commuters.

What’s more, these beautiful two-bedroom apartments can be purchased under the Help to Buy scheme, which enables eligible first-time buyers and those with a property to sell to access a Government loan for up to 20% of their new home’s full price, meaning they only require a 75% loan-to-value mortgage – that’s as little as £213,750 – and a 5% deposit as low as £14,250.

Emma Jones, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The Help to Buy scheme at Ashwood Park is an affordable way for first-time buyers to step on the property ladder and secure the home of their dreams – without the need for a large deposit.

“I’d advise anyone hoping to purchase one of these superb apartments to visit Ashwood Park now – before someone else beats them to it.”

Ideal for first-time buyers, the two-bedroom ‘Abelia’ apartment (Plot 34), priced at £285,000, for example, boasts a spacious layout featuring an open-plan kitchen/living/dining room with double doors, plus an en-suite master bedroom, a further double bedroom, and a main bathroom off the entrance hall, and allocated parking outside.

Alternatively, a collection of three and four-bedroom homes are also available at the development.

Help to Buy is available with new-build properties up to the value of £600,000 and there’s no salary cap for purchasers taking advantage of the scheme.

Ashwood Park is located within easy reach of Reading’s wide selection of shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities.
The development is situated opposite Prospect Park, Reading’s largest open space, which gets its name from the fine views across the Kennet Valley and beyond.

There’s a fantastic choice of shops and supermarkets in the town centre, just over a mile away, plus the Oracle Shopping Centre, which offers a variety of high street stores, as well as riverside restaurants, cafes and bars, and a multi-screen cinema.

Primary and secondary-aged pupils are well catered for with a number of schools and academies in the local area – and a new secondary school and sports facilities will be built as part of the Ashwood Park development. The University of Reading is just three miles away.

Commuters will appreciate the nearby M4 for convenient links to the rest of the country, while Reading railway station provides regular services to various locations including London, Oxford, Bristol and Bournemouth.

Reading railway station will also benefit from the world-class new Crossrail service – Europe’s largest infrastructure project that aims to change the way people travel around London and ease congestion by improving journey times and offering better connections.

To find out more about the new apartments now on sale with Help to Buy at Ashwood Park, property-seekers can visit the Sales Information Centre, located at Taylor Wimpey’s Loddon Park development, off Mohawk Way, Woodley, RG5 4TE, and open daily from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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Abelia apartments