The Brooks, Clayhill Road, Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7 3HF | New homes for sale | Savills
990 to 1,525 sq ft(91.97 to 141.68 sq m)
Guide price £450,000 -​ £679,950

The BrooksClayhill Road, Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7 3HF

  • New development

Key features

  • Show Home now open
  • Set close to beautiful countryside
  • Well-regarded schools in the local area
  • Village location
  • PV solar panels integrated into selected homes
  • £12,500 Flooring & furniture package***
  • Electric vehicle charging points to all homes
  • By award winning Croudace Homes
  • NHBC Buildmark 10 year cover

The Brooks is a stunning new development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, in the Berkshire village of Burghfield Common, just six miles southwest of Reading.

About this property

  • Join us on Saturday 6th July for the launch of our second show home

    The Brooks

    Set in sought-after Burghfield Common, The Brooks is a development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, including apartments, with a new central green as a community-minded focal point. Residents will enjoy a natural connection with the existing village thanks to sympathetic architecture, enhanced pedestrian and cycle links, and a landscape design that eases the homes into their West Berkshire location.

    Situated on the edge of the village The Brooks has the benefit of being in a semi rural position yet within reach of Reading, the main road network including the M4 motorway allowing access to a variety of locations, and also the mainline train station and Elizabeth Line for swift and convenient access into London.

    Each home within The Brooks is considered in design, generous in proportion and gives peace of mind with the distinctive high quality specification and service offered by a Croudace built home.

    Situated on land that once belonged to the Englefield Estate, The Brooks will both preserve and take forward its heritage and ethos of helping to build community and a lasting legacy. Working together with Englefield Estate and ADAM Architecture, Croudace Homes is creating a place to be proud of now and for future generations, that will develop happily and healthily as the community evolves.

    "Our customers are at the heart of what we do and we understand how important it is to put your stamp on a new home. Therefore, a Croudace home can be personalised with a range of options available to choose from including wall colours, fitted furniture, tile style and colour, as well as wardrobe glazing finish."

    The homes have been beautifully designed to complement the local vernacular. Traditional details and unique features, such as timber windows and doors, developed in partnership with the architects, will help to craft characterful homes that align with the estate's vision.

    There is a wealth of wildlife that calls The Brooks and the surrounding area home. The landscape in and around the development has been enhanced with mature planting, and preservation measures have been implemented to safeguard existing populations of protected species. These improvements are designed to integrate into the existing habitats at The Brooks and create an environment that ensures local flora and fauna can thrive

    Deposit Unlock is a new scheme that enables first time buyers and existing homeowners to purchase a new build home up to £750,000 with a 5% deposit, subject to their lender's criteria.
    Deposit Unlock is a new house building industry led scheme devised in collaboration with mortgage lenders.

    Also available at The Brooks is the developer's part exchange service which has helped many families move into their brand new Croudace property without the stress of selling their previous home. The service offered is totally free and, what is more, leaves you with time and energy to concentrate on the more enjoyable side of moving – making plans for your new home.

    Please speak to a Sales Consultant to discuss Deposit Unlock and Part Exchange in more detail.

Superb homes in a wonderful semi rural village location yet with convenient access for the road and railway network and easy access into London

Kathryn HawkettProperty agent

Local information

  • The Brooks
  • The village centre of Burghfield Common combines traditional and modern amenities with local shops, cafes, community centre, village hall, several recreation grounds, leisure centre, libraries and pubs. Burghfield Common's strong sense of community is evident in various events throughout the year, creating a friendly atmosphere for residents.
  • The parish of Burghfield can trace its existence back thousands of years, with a number of Bronze Age sites and evidence of Roman settlements. A clutch of listed buildings, including St Mary's Church, The Manor House and several farmhouses, document its past and preserve its historic character.
  • There are plenty of places to explore nearby, such as the ancient woodlands of the 148 acre Wokefield Common Nature Reserve. Travel a little further to the De Vere Wokefield Estate for The View restaurant and a championship golf course, or to Aldermaston Wharf to start your walk along the Kennet & Avon Canal
  • You will also find two friendly pubs in Burghfield Village. The Six Bells is a traditional hostelry and restaurant with a pretty beer garden, programme of live events and a dog-friendly policy. The Hatch Gate Inn is the place to catch live music and sports, as well as order your favourite Indian and British dishes. Nature enthusiasts enjoy the abundance of green spaces, including Burghfield Common Recreation Ground, and the serene Kennet and Avon Canal, creating an idyllic setting for outdoor activities. Burghfield Common seamlessly blends rural tranquillity with modern comforts, providing residents a peaceful yet convenient lifestyle
  • For a complete change of pace, make the short journey to Reading, one of the South East's largest towns. With the Oracle Shopping Centre, sporting venues, bars, restaurants and The Hexagon entertainment complex, as well as museums, historic monuments and the River Thames, it offers plenty of leisure opportunities, while professionals are drawn to its diverse range of employers, especially in the technology, pharmaceuticals and finance sectors.
  • The vibrant market town of Newbury has an up-and-coming arts scene, a variety of dining options, the famous racecourse, theatre and picture-postcard walks. For some regal splendour, Windsor and its iconic Castle is just over 26miles away by car and offers an abundance of culture, history, shopping and eating out.
  • Sitting quite centrally in Berkshire, Burghfield Common is well placed to explore its beautiful landscapes, including the North Wessex Downs. There is a good selection of golf courses under five miles from The Brooks, while perfect for family days out are The Living Rainforest and Bucklebury Farm & Deer Safari Park.
  • Burghfield Common has an excellent reputation for educational facilities, with nursery, infant, primary, junior and secondary schools all within walking distance of The Brooks. All those within a 2 mile radius, including Mrs Bland's Infant School, Garland Junior School and The Willink School.
  • The Brooks, located in the picturesque village of Burghfield Common on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, offers the perfect blend of serene village life and bustling town opportunities. Just 6 miles northeast lies Reading, while a short drive away awaits Theale train station for swift and direct access to London via the Elizabeth line, along with access to the M4.

Additional information

  • Croudace Homes is delighted to have been awarded an HBF 5 Star Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Award for the eleventh year running.
  • More than 9 out of 10 of our customers would recommend our homes to their friends
  • Croudace Homes takes great pride in providing our customers with expert advice and guidance to ensure that every stage of the home buying process is as clear and straight forward as possible.
  • Supporting Natural Habitats
  • Bird boxes for different native species will be installed across The Brooks, while hedgerows have been enhanced to provide shelter for ground dwelling birds. These hedgerows will also serve as ‘habitat piles' for local reptiles and amphibians.
  • To enable basking spots to remain open and accessible, grassland areas sown with wildflowers will be cut back on a regular basis.
  • For bats, trees with roosting features have been preserved and bat boxes introduced. Bat tubes with integrated wooden perches are to be built into the external walls of homes, while lighting reduction measures have been reviewed and approved by a licensed bat ecologist.
  • *Distance according to Google Maps
  • **Some Images used are of show home or are CGI's for Illustration purposes
  • ***Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid on reservations before 30th June 2024.
  • Directions: Clayhill Road, Burghfield Common, Berkshire, RG7 3HF Open daily 10am to 5pm What 3 Words location: ///shiny.props.keys
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC