Badgerwood Park residents benefit from natural woodland, expansive green spaces and all the positives of being close to both village and town life. This is a brand new development. Made up for 70 luxury park homes and situated in the historic market town of Wokingham in the picturesque countryside of Berkshire in the South East. Badgerwood Park is optimally maintained, with convenient facilities and immaculate amenities. With convenient transport links to towns and villages in the local area, as well as Reading, London and beyond.
About Badgerwood Park
The park benefits from the best of both worlds: it is a retreat in the heart of the countryside, while being able to access towns and quaint villages easily. The Park's residential park homes are surrounded by established woodland, filled with nature and wildlife that can be seen through the window.
Offering the best of town and country this is a unique rural/suburban retreat. Within walking distance of the beautiful town of Crowthrone and easy reach of Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell.
The park homes are designed to the highest possible specifications, with premium fixtures and fittings. They are benefitting from both a private garden and a driveway. They are modern, high-quality homes and boast the close-knit community, so valuable to lodge living.
Badgerwood Park is owned and managed by the highly reputable Tingdene Parks, who have more than 20 residential parks in their portfolio. They pride themselves on offering premium living and a modern lifestyle, within well-maintained settings, superb locations and beautiful surroundings and offering their wealth of quality and experience exclusively to retired or semi-retired buyers.
The location is optimum for access to multiple towns, villages and cities as well as National Trust parks, and rolling countryside. Crowthorne Village is within easy walking distance, and the historic market town of Wokingham is a stone's throw away from the Park. The park is only a ten-minute walk away from Wokingham Train Station where a train to London can be caught regularly, taking only an hour and fifteen minutes to reach its destination. Wokingham town is only seven miles from Reading and but four miles west of the Victorian town of Bracknell. Within a fifteen-minute drive of Badgerwood Park is the M4 motorway. With Henley on Thames, Windsor, Newbury and Farnham all being accessible within 45 minutes. Not to mention, Thorpe Park, which is reached within a similar distance.
The development is surrounded by multiple, highly sought after Farm Shops and Garden Centres, with a large Tesco also only half a mile away. The renowned designer outlet village, Bicester Village, can be reached within an hour by car and the Oracle Shopping Centre of Reading is only 25 minutes away, benefitting from several branded outlets.
The Local Area
During the Tudor reign, Wokingham was a silk-producing town. The name of the town means 'Wocca's people's home', Wocca being a Saxon leader who owned the land. There are plentiful things to do in and around Wokingham. Such as;
Holme Grange Craft Village
Is in the heart of the Berkshire countryside, and still within a mile of the town centre. It is a unique shopping experience consisting of converted barns, housing independent traders and crafters for your relaxed perusal. As well as the fantastic products there are also plenty of classes and workshops taking place. An enclosed courtyard serving coffee and refreshments, with even more to keep the grandchildren entertained and special events running throughout the year.
Monkey-Mates is both an indoor and outdoor play facility, perfect for entertaining the grandchildren. Including climbing frames, spring rides, as well as ball pools, slides and adventurous, indoor apparatus.
Finchampstead Ridges and Simons Woods
With natural beauty in the heart of Wokingham. Finchampstead Ridges is famous for its glorious heather ridge and stretch of woodlands. Simons Wood is also nearby and adjoined to the picturesque Heath Pond. The perfect setting of nature for woodland walking. You'll find Nirvana Spa, consisting of 6 natural spring-fed pools, where the water is pure enough to drink.
Is a beautiful and historic residential street in the heart of Wokingham. The facades of the houses on Rose Street are half-timbered and have remained the same for 600 years. An insight into what streets would have looked like in Medieval England. When the whole of Rose Street would have been one home, thought to manufacture silk in the 16th Century.
Stanlake Park Wine Estate
The South-Eastern pastures of England have developed a strong reputation for wine - and it's growing. With special mentions for sparkling and white wines. Wokingham is home to Stanlake, an award-winning producer that offers tours of their vineyard and winery. Offering the opportunity to discover grape-pressing, fermentation, their barrel and 'fizz' rooms, and their bottling zone: learning all that goes into making great wine.
Dinton Pastures Country Park
A 450-acre country park is comprising of no less than seven lakes, two rivers, woodland and meadows and featuring an activity centre on Black Swan Lake, offering courses in canoeing and paddling. Seasonally, boats are available to hire to cruise leisurely around the lake. There is a play park for grandchildren and the Dragonfly Cafe onsite in a historic farmhouse, offers the provides the perfect refreshments for relaxation.
Wildlife is also prominent at Dinton; you can expect to see roe deer and Muntjac as well as a host of birdlife through the pastures and woodland.
California Country Park
Similarly, California Country Park, with its 100 acres of ancient lowland heath makes for an idyllic summer excursion. Home to Logmoor lake, the habitat of birdlife and neighbouring a walking path. It too boasts a children's adventure playground, as well as a paddling pool and highly-recommended cafe.
Popes Meadow Is situated just between Wokingham and Bracknell in the village of Binfield. The Meadow is so named as it was the home of the poet Alexander Pope.
Pope's Meadow many acres of meadows make for the most idyllic picnic spots, surrounded by oak trees (some of which are at least 400 years old. There are also two separate play areas for children of all ages.
There are 17 Golf Clubs within proximity to Badgerwood Park from private members clubs, to public courses and pitch and putt. Ensuring that golfing is open to all.
The Mill at Stonning
A theatre in a converted 18th Century, in the incredible location of an island on the Thames. The mill is historically impressive, in itself, featured in the 11th Century Domesday Book, the 'new' building dates back to the 17th Century. The Mill at Stonning now stages theatre productions and hosts music, comedy and magic. Not to mention, it's lovely and atmospheric riverside restaurant.
Why Move to Badgerwood Park?
Badgerwood Park offers the best in modern living, set in an ideal location that combines woodland, countryside, local villages, towns, cities and attractions. The lodges are spacious and open plan, offering a modern lifestyle within a healthy and supportive community atmosphere—the very best of single-story living. The site prides itself on being both convenient and safe. Offering a tranquil, yet luxurious lifestyle with plenty to do and see, with the Park's community, in the local area.