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£424,950 - £599,950
4 and 5 bedroom properties
High Street, Newbury, Berkshire
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More information about Green Acres...Make the most of village living
Green Acres, Berkshire is a select development of just 16 homes in the charming Downland village of Compton. With its selection of three, four and five bedroom homes there’s bound to be a home to suit you whatever your circumstances.
- Three, four and five bedroom homes
- Fantastic rural location, yet near to convenient towns
- Outstanding Ofsted reports for both primary and secondary schools
- Sports and leisure facilities for all ages
- Village stores and Post Office
- Convenient access to M4 and A34
Compton is an attractive rural village in the Berkshire Downs situated approximately 6.5 miles south of Didcot. It’s a popular location with a good range of local facilities including a Post Office, general store and highly recommended gastro pub, The Swan. Both the secondary school (Downs School) and the Compton C of E Primary are Ofsted ‘outstanding’, with other excellent independent schools in the area including Brockhurst and Marlston House, Downe House, Bradfield College and Pangbourne College.
Newbury and Reading are the nearest large towns for shopping with a wide selection of national retailers and independent shops. There you’ll also find a wealth of places to eat and stay. There’s an array of great days out near Compton for all the family to enjoy: Beale Park, with its animals, gardens, play and activities on the banks of the picturesque River Thames is only 8 miles away, and Bucklebury Farm Park, Basildon Park and Highclere Castle are all just a short car journey away.
If keeping active’s your thing…
If it’s the outdoor life you’re after, the Ridgeway National Trail runs through Compton and is renowned for its beautiful walks and rides. There are also plenty of open green areas in Compton, the main one being the recreation ground in the middle of the village, with an additional two playing fields and a cricket ground. For gym fans, Downland Sports Centre located in the heart of Compton has a 12-station workout area, sports hall and outdoor sports facilities.Tranquil living in a welcoming village environment is what this attractive new development can offer you. It’s in an ideal location giving you everything you need for day-to-day living in a beautiful rural setting, whilst still being close to thriving larger towns and great family days out.
Locally, Compton offers a post office and general store, but larger supermarkets are nearby with Newbury and Reading offering a wealth of choice of shops and eateries.
Downland Sports Centre located in the heart of Compton has a 12-station gym, sports hall and outdoor sports area. And if all that exercise makes you hungry, The Swan gastro pub in Compton is highly regarded as is The Four Points in Aldworth, which is just a short distance away, and the well-renowned Bell in Aldworth. There are many great family days out on the doorstep, including:
The M4 (Junction 13) provides convenient access to London and its airports and the West Country. The A34 is nearby, providing a quick route to Newbury and Oxford. The nearest railway stations are Goring (6 miles), Didcot Parkway (9 miles) and Newbury (10 miles).