£279,950 - £290,950
2 bedroom properties
Eastern Road, Bracknell, Berkshire
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About the Development
The superb one and two bedroom apartments at The Quarters are perfectly placed, with the pedestrianised centre of Bracknell within walking distance, and the open spaces of Lily Hill Park and the edge of Bracknell Forest equally close. These spacious, open plan apartments are designed to fit your lifestyle, with smart designs that fit in everything you need, without wasting space on anything you don’t.
Bracknell is an ideal base, with lots happening locally, plus swift rail links to London in around an hour soon to be enhanced by the arrival of Crossrail at Reading Station, and there is also excellent motorway access across the South East and beyond.
AmenitiesThe brand new Lexicon complex situated in the centre of Bracknell which is only a 5 minute walk away, provides you with 137 new shopping, dining and leisure opportunities including a Waitrose.
You’ll also find GPs close by at Boundary House Surgery (Sat Nav RG12 9GP call 0845 474 9178), with dentists available at Deepfield Dental practice (Sat Nav RG12 2NX call 0845 474 9178)
DiningEating out in Bracknell is easy and affordable, with something for every taste and budget, including two friendly local bar/restaurants, the Running Horse and the Royal Oak within walking distance. In the new shopping complex you will find a Carluccio’s, Wagamamas, Bills and many more.
Alternatively, for a once in a lifetime meal, book well in advance at Heston Blumenthal’s legendary Fat Duck, just a short drive away in Bray, and discover why it is one of the few restaurants in the world to have three Michelin stars.
Education may not be your first priority when you move into an apartment, but it’s good to know that there are plenty of high quality schools available locally when you do want to start a family. Holly Spring Infants and Junior is within walking distance, as is St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, while Ranleigh Secondary School and Bracknell and Wokingham College are both within a mile.
Local senior schools also include the likes of Bracknell Academy, Garth Hill College, Ranelagh School and Easthampstead Park School.
LeisureThere’s lots to keep you busy in Bracknell, from sports of Harmanswater Leisure Centre and Waves Health and Fitness, to Bracknell Lawn Tennis Club. There’s also a huge choice of high quality golf clubs, including Swinley Forest, Millride, Royal Ascot and the Berkshire. If you’d rather watch sport, then a day at Royal Ascot races is an experience not to be missed.
For a great day out, head for the wide open spaces of Bracknell Forest or Windsor Great Park, or head into London for endless sights and attractions.
For evening entertainment, Bracknell has lots of friendly bars and restaurants, along with an Odeon cinema and a choice of nightclubs, including the fashionable Apres, exclusively for over 25s.
ShoppingThe brand new £240m pound town centre is now complete with a wide variety of activities, transforming the town centre into a popular shopping experience with all the most desired high street shops such as Fenwick’s, M&S, Cath Kidston, L’Occitane, Boots, Topshop, Superdry and many more. The attractive riverside towns of Windsor, Henley and Marlow are in close proximity each having an abundance of retail therapy and a diverse mix of bars and restaurants to suit everyone or you can head into London for the flagship stores of Oxford Street and a huge choice of boutiques and independent shops throughout the West End.
TransportThe Quarters is just over half a mile from Bracknell Station, from where you can catch direct trains to Waterloo in an hour, or travel via Reading to London Paddington or via Crossrail even faster. Direct trains to Reading take just 20 minutes.
Bracknell is well connected by road too, with the A329 running through the town, linking to the M4, the M3 running to the south and the M25 to the east. London is just 35 miles by road, with Reading 13 miles, and Maidenhead 9 miles.
For venturing further afield, Heathrow is just 20 miles away, with Gatwick just under 50 miles drive.
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