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Time is running out to snap up a new home at Foxgloves at Croft Gardens

20th September 2017 Print
The Clover house type

Time is running out for home-hunters hoping to secure the final property at Foxgloves at Croft Gardens, Taylor Wimpey’s near-sell out development in Spencer’s Wood, Berkshire.

Eager purchasers have been quick to take their pick of the plots on sale in this sought-after location – and now just one fabulous new home remains up for grabs.

The luxurious four-bedroom ‘Clover’ combines a superb internal specification with modern architectural design to suit contemporary family lifestyles, and comes with stamp duty paid – that’s a huge saving of £12,500 towards the cost of moving!

Susan Joseph, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “With our stamp duty paid offer on this final ‘Clover’ property at Foxgloves at Croft Gardens, this modern family house really does offer exceptional value.

“Anyone hoping to join the residents at this exciting new development should get in quick to avoid missing out.”

The beautiful semi-detached ‘Clover’ (plot 141), priced at £450,000, features a stylish kitchen, a spacious living room with double doors leading to the private rear garden, a separate dining room for more formal occasions and a guest cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

Upstairs, the landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms, one of which comes with its own en-suite shower room, and a main bathroom, while outside, the property benefits from a garage, car port and two allocated parking spaces.

Situated in the picturesque Berkshire village of Spencer’s Wood, the new homes at Foxgloves at Croft Gardens are within walking distance of a convenience store, a bakery, a post office, a hairdresser, a choice of restaurants and a friendly village pub, the Farriers’ Arms. The village also has a library and a popular youth football club.

There’s a choice of schools for children of all ages within easy reach, perfectly placed for young families.

Reading town centre offers a choice of supermarkets, including Waitrose and Tesco, and major department stores, including John Lewis and Debenhams. The Oracle shopping centre, beside the River Thames in the centre of town, has over 80 shops and stores.

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. Crossrail is 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 stand a chance of securing the final home at Foxgloves at Croft Gardens, property-seekers should visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Hyde End Road, Spencer’s Wood, Berkshire, RG7 1DG, and open daily from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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The Clover house type