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From £229,995


1 and 2 bedroom apartments
Queen's Road, Reading, Berkshire

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Standing at the forefront of Reading's newest residential quarter, 59 75 is a vibrant, sustainable and design-led development of 93 fabulously high spec apartments, penthouse lofts, mews houses and multi-aspect homes. With contemporary interiors, premium fittings, high ceilings, smart home technologies and an abundance of natural light, each home has been designed with immaculate attention to detail. 59 is the existing 1980's Clarendon House, offering loft style boutique apartments over six storeys. 77, also known as the 'tower building', offers larger New York style apartments and penthouses set across nine storeys. The 'base building' and 'link building' join old and new, and a small cluster of mews houses will be set within the landscaped courtyard. With plenty of bike parking, solar power and a rain water collection system for the gardens, 59 75 is committed to being Carbon Neutral. And its location couldn't be better - close to the heart of the town centre and the river, with the train station, Oracle shopping centre and an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants all within easy reach.

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