***Currently under construction, more than 1/3 already reserved*** Kiln Gardens is a thoughtfully designed development offering an exclusive collection of eleven houses in the sought after village of Kintbury which lies within the extensive Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in West Berkshire
Kiln Gardens is an exclusive development offering a collection of eleven houses in the desirable village of Kintbury, located within walking distance of local shops and an easy commute to Reading and London via train or the M4.
Kiln Gardens is positioned just a short walk from the centre of this delightful English village, with amenities including a post office and shop, butchers, bakers, doctors surgery, train station
and a primary school. There are three public houses, and the beautiful canal and surrounding countryside offers endless walks and historic sites to explore, all from your doorstep.
Venturing a bit further afield, the neighbouring and bustling market towns of Newbury and Hungerford
offer a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities and restaurants.
Besides the idyllic village setting, Kiln Gardens has the added benefit of easy commuting. The train station provides a direct journey to Paddington and Crossrail will soon be in service at Reading.
Road links are also very good with the nearby A4 linking with the A34 and the M4 at junction 13.
Whichever way you choose to explore this exceptional area you really are spoiled for choice.
Quality soft close kitchen units*
Under pelmet lighting
Composite work top and upstands*
Glass or tiled splash back behind the hob
Fully integrated Neff/Bosch kitchen appliances
Induction hob with extractor
Porcelain tiles to floor*
BATHROOMS & EN SUITES
Porcelain/ceramic tiles to floor and selected walls*
Painted wall finishes to selected walls*
Polished chrome brassware from Crosswater
Thermostatically controlled showers
Fitted bath and low profile shower tray with glass
White sanitaryware with wall-hung sink and vanity unit, WC with soft close seat. Back to wall WCs to have chrome dual flush plate
Polished chrome heated towel rail
HEATING AND ELECTRICS
Energy efficient air source heat pump for heating and hot water
Megaflow hot water storage cylinder
Underfloor heating to ground floor
Radiators to first and second floor rooms (excludes WC & bathrooms)
Mains operated smoke and heat detectors with battery back up
Satellite, TV and telephone distribution to principal rooms
Recessed low energy ceiling downlights to kitchen, utility, hallway, WC, master bedroom and bathrooms
Pendant lighting to further bedrooms
Fireplace with lined chimney flue
Walls finished in matt emulsion
Decorative painted architraves and skirting*
Ceilings finished in white matt emulsion
Windows and doors:
Composite front door* with multi-point
UPVC double glazed windows and patio
doors with multi-point locking system
Internal painted timber doors
Satin chrome door furniture
Built in wardrobes as per floor plans
Covings to living, study, hallway, landing and
first floor bedrooms
EXTERNAL FEATURES & FINISHES
Lighting to doors and garage
External power socket
Power provision for electric vehicle charging
Timber framed porch
* Denotes choice available. This will be subject to the stage of construction reached by exchange of contracts, together with the range and colours available.
Images shown are of a recent development by the same developer at Lawrence Mews, Kintbury.
HELP TO BUY
Available on all our properties under £600,000.
Whether youre a first time buyer or buying your next house, we can help you move into your new home sooner than you think.
How does it work?
With Help to Buy, you need a minimum deposit of 5%. The government will then lend you up to 20% of the cost of your new home and you obtain a mortgage on the remaining 75%. You wont be charged loan fees on the 20% loan for the first five years of owning your home.
For example, you could buy a new home worth £400k with a deposit as low as £20k. The government would provide you a loan of up to £80k (20%) and you would need a mortgage for the remainder (in this case £300k).