Sovereign Living is excited to announce a new phase of homes at the popular Montague Park development in the attractive market town of Wokingham. Available for shared ownership are a small selection of two bedroom apartments anticipated for completion in Spring 2019.
Montague Park is situated close to a range of local amenities including a selection of eateries and supermarkets, a leisure centre and a great choice of primary and secondary schools. Upon completion, Montague Park will benefit from a community centre, primary school and local shopping centre.
Please note, customers must have a local connection to Wokingham Borough Council.
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Montague Park is situated in Wokingham, an attractive market town in Berkshire. Wokingham has fantastic road and public transport links, the M4 is less than a 5-minute drive away and the train station runs regular direct services to Reading, Gatwick Airport and London Waterloo, so you can be in central London in approximately an hour.
What to do nearby
Wokingham caters to a number of tastes and all ages, offering a variety of shops, pubs and eateries. Leisure activities are in abundance with a local cinema and theatre, as well as many sports clubs, leisure centres and gyms.
There are also plenty of green open spaces in Wokingham and the surrounding area, including Dinton Pastures Country Park (approximately a 10-minute drive away), which is a great day out for all the family. There are activities and events held all year round, from music and car festivals and weekly parkruns, to open air cinemas and stand up paddleboard classes.
Montague Park benefits from pockets of green space and upon completion will have its own primary school, community centre and a local shopping centre. The development is nearby to a range of eateries and supermarkets, a leisure centre and a great choice of primary and secondary schools.
In central Wokingham there is a variety of independent and high street shops, restaurants and pubs. There is a monthly farmers’ market which sells fresh local produce and a general market that has a mixture of stalls, trading several times a week.