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The Chase, Newbury Racecourse in Newbury by David Wilson Homes

Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 7WR

2, 3 & 4 bedroom properties
£273,000 - £539,000

 
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The Chase is located at NEWBURY RACECOURSE where you will find a variety of 2, 3 AND 4 bedroom homes. Benefiting from forward-thinking designs and quality throughout. These new homes offer you a great space for your whole family with convenient transport links to London. Selected plots feature EXCLUSIVE FAR-REACHING PANORAMIC VIEWS across this beautiful landscape and racetrack that will take your breath away and with PART EXCHANGE OR HELP TO BUY you could be moving sooner than you think.

WE NOW HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMES READY TO MOVE INTO IN 2020. DON’T MISS OUT. BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW.Newbury is host to Parkway Shopping and many high street stores.Newbury Racecourse hosts around 30 events each year including the prestigious Hennessy Gold Cup. You could also enjoy one of The Racecourse's 'Party in The Paddock' events with acts such as Lionel Richie and Simply Red.Newbury benefits from outstanding transport links to many towns in the South, and excellent access to London. Junction 11 of the M4 motorway is a short distance from the development.

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