573 to 784 sq ft(53.23 to 72.84 sq m)
Guide price £300,000 -​ £325,000

Greys MewsCastle Crescent, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 6FN

  • New development
  • Help To Buy

Key features

  • One, two & three bedroom apartments/mew style houses
  • Communal garden
  • Exterior image used is computer generated, interior images of the show apartment.
  • Quiet conservation area
  • Allocated parking & private secure bike storage
  • Excellent access into Reading Town Centre, Green Park International Business Park & M4

LAST REMAINING HOMES! An elegant selection of 1, 2, 3 bed apartments with communal garden, set in a quietly tucked away corner of Reading.

About this property

  • “Lucas Homes offers an all-encompassing design and build service, even identifying the land opportunities on which their executive properties will be built, through to a complete peace of mind aftercare service. After satisfying customers for decades, the team at Lucas Homes understand what people want in a home and use their expertise and experience to ensure that the homes we build incorporate well-designed living spaces, quality construction and finish all in great locations and attractive settings.”

    Greys Mews is a pretty development offering a collection of 13 apartments in the desirable Castle Hill conservation area, and is located within walking distance of the mainline station and the Oracle development.

    Main House
    The main house is a delightful Grade II listed converted vicarage comprising of four 1 bedroom apartments and one 2 bedroom duplex.

    Mews Houses
    Eight new build mew style apartments comprising of a selection of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments with many benefitting from garages.

    Allocated parking & private secure bike storage

Fabulous development in this quiet corner of Reading.

Carly TaggProperty agent

Local information

  • Reading is a large town on the Thames and Kennet rivers in southern England. It's known for the annual Reading Festival, an outdoor rock music event. Shops and riverside restaurants dot the town centre.
  • The Reading Museum contains exhibits on the town's history and displays a Victorian replica of the Bayeux Tapestry.
  • The ruins of the 12th-century Reading Abbey lie beside Forbury Gardens, a Victorian formal garden.
  • Within walking distance of the town centre being approximately 0.7km from Reading station. The town centre has excellent public transport infrastructure, connecting to the local towns of Newbury & Wokingham, and is directly accessible to the national rail network via Reading railway station. In addition, there are excellent road links to the A329 (M), A4 and M4 for destinations further afield.