The Avon gives you easy living with an open-plan ground floor and two bedrooms upstairs. It is an ideal lock-up-and-go house for first-time buyers and young professionals, with French doors for al-fresco entertaining with friends and family.
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Appointment only. Please call our sales team to arrange an appointment.
6' 1" x 11' 6" (1.85m x 3.5m)
13' 3" x 16' 8" (4.05m x 5.08m)
* The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Please ask to see the drawings relative to the specific plot. All room dimensions are to a -+50mm (2") tolerance. Kitchen layouts are indicative only. Please consult the Sales Adviser on-site for specific kitchen layouts. This information is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract or constitute a warranty
Newbury is famous for its racecourse, and that great tradition has helped the town to thrive. It is home to supermarkets, high street brands, independent retailers, cafés, pubs, and restaurants. Thatcham is another residential and retail area, on the eastern outskirts of Newbury, with an excellent range of facilities and amenities. The River Kennet provides the town with a wonderful leisure opportunity, as you can stroll along the towpaths and watch the longboats work their way through the famous series of locks. Local green spaces include Greenham, Crookham, and Snelsmore Commons.
Newbury is in an enviable location, halfway between Oxford and Winchester. It’s an excellent base to set off from if you need to commute. The A34 and the M4 are the two key road routes that are on hand. They intersect at Junction 13 of the M4 at Chieveley, just 3 miles away. Another excellent connection from the A34 is with the A303, it crosses the A34 between Basingstoke and Andover. These roads enable access to the South Coast, the Midlands, London, Bristol, and South Wales. The town has the benefit of two stations, Newbury, and Newbury Racecourse.
If you have secondary-age children, the town has three main secondary schools: St Bartholomew’s, Park House, and Trinity School. There is a small co-educational secondary school in Burghclere, a short distance south of Newbury. The excellent range of primary schools in the area includes village schools in the communities close to Newbury. There are also several schools in the independent sector to choose from. Newbury College is the further and higher education provider.