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Renaissance in Reading by Sovereign

Reading, Berkshire, RG30 1Ah

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses
£100,000 - £130,000

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Sovereign Living is excited to announce a selection of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom homes coming in phases to the Renaissance development in Reading, Berkshire.

This first phase is anticipated for completion in summer 2020, and these new homes will all benefit from having a modern fitted kitchen, stylish bathroom suite and allocated parking. All homes come completely floored throughout, including carpets, and will have a fridge freezer included. Houses will also benefit from a private rear garden.

The Renaissance development is just a short distance from Reading town centre, with Reading West train station being a short walk by foot.

These homes are well located with a huge selection of transport links nearby, including regular trains into London Paddington, London Waterloo, Oxford, and Newbury. The M4 motorway is less than 5 miles away which links you between the East & West of the country.

These homes would certainly appeal to first time buyers, commuters and families.

Please note, customers must have a local connection to Reading Borough Council and be registered with Home Choice Reading

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