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Beckets Rise

3 bedroom properties
Worting Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire

 
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About the Development

Beckets Rise brings an exclusive collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Located just outside of the bustling town of Basingstoke, and under 50 minutes from central London by direct train, Becket’s Rise is ideally placed for you and your family. You’ll enjoy everything from Ofsted rated schools, to a superb leisure park, from a trendy town centre to plenty of open spaces to enjoy. All within easy reach of home, helping you find the perfect balance of work, rest and play.

This collection of 42 one of a kind private properties are perfect to suit families large and small, as well as first time buyers and young professionals. Talk to a member of our Sales Team today to find out how we can help you move into your perfect Redrow Home.

Amenities

For your day to day needs, there is a local Co-Op store close by and a Tesco Express at Kempshott. Most major supermarkets are represented in the town, including Sainsbury, Waitrose and Morrisons.

The nearby Winklebury Centre (Sat Nav RG23 8BU) is home to both doctors and dentists, with Fort Hill Surgery (call 0845 224 6807) and Winklebury Dental Practice (call 0845 224 6807).

Dining

Basingstoke has a great selection of restaurants, especially in the trendy Top of the Town district, including Wagamamas, Pizza Express, Ask Italian and Nandos. Top rated eateries include the Sun Inn, The Fur and Feathers, and the Glass House Restaurant. There are also plenty of family favourites at Basingstoke Leisure Park and at Festival Place Shopping Centre. Closer to home, The White hart comes highly recommended.

Education

At Redrow, we understand the importance of great schools to our family homebuyers, and so we choose our locations carefully. At Becket’s rise you’ll find yourself within easy reach of an excellent choice, including the outstanding rated Castle Hill Infants and St Ann’s Catholic Primary, and the ‘good’ rated Kempshot Infants and Chiltern Primary.

Older pupils have just as good a choice, with Fort Hill Community School, as well as the ‘good’ Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School and ‘good’ Aldworth School all within easy reach. Further education is offered at Basingstoke College of Technology and Queen Mary’s College.

Leisure

The focus of fun in town is Basingstoke Leisure Park, just a short distance from Becket’s Rise. Here you’ll find something for everyone, including the Aquadrome, complete with chutes and wave pool, an ice rink, a bowling alley, and Odeon multi-screen cinema and even an Airkix indoor skydiving centre. In the town centre you’ll find a further cinema, along with the Haymarket Theatre, Central Studio and The Anvil Arts Centre.

For sports, check out Basingstoke Sports Centre and Queen Mary’s Sports Centre, along with the many sport-specific clubs and societies in the town. Golfers can enjoy a challenging round at Weybrook Park, Basingstoke or Dummer Golf Clubs.

For a treat for younger children, visit Manydown Family Fun just a short walk from the development, where they can feed baby farm animals, ride on tractors and climb the bale mountain, as well as playing crazy golf and many other exciting outdoor activities.

Shopping

Basingstoke has an excellent choice of modern shopping, including the Festival Place Shopping Centre and The Malls home to many big names such as French Connection, Debenhams, Gap and M&S. The town also holds a popular market every Wednesday and Saturday, which can trace its heritage back over 800 years.

The Top of the Town district is well worth a visit, with a wide range of quirky independent shops offering interesting and unusual goods that you wouldn’t normally find on the high street.

If you prefer the simplicity of out of town shopping, try Hatch Warren or Brighton Hill retail parks, where you’ll find the usual mix of DIY, electricals and homewares.

Transport

Basingstoke lies just off the M3 within easy reach of a number of key towns in the South of England, including Newbury (15miles), Reading (19miles), Southampton (30miles) and Guildford (34miles). London is around 50 miles, with the M25 30miles, the M4 16miles and the M3 just 5miles from the development. Heathrow airport is just 37miles with motorway virtually door to door.

Trains from Basingstoke will take you to London Waterloo in as little as 49minutes, as well as Reading in just 16minutes and Southampton in around half an hour. There are 235 parking spaces at the station as well as regular busses that pass the development.

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