Wok­ing­ham’s trans­port links praised by com­mut­ing fam­ily

The Wokingham Paper - - PROPERTY -

WOK­ING­HAM’S trans­port links have been praised by fam­i­lies mov­ing into one of its new hous­ing de­vel­op­ments.

Pra­noy Prad­han (38) and Chan­dani Shrestha (33), a Tele­com Con­sul­tant and a Cus­tomer Ex­pe­ri­ence Of­fi­cer in bank­ing, have moved to the Mon­tague Park de­vel­op­ment with their son, Ab­hi­raj (3).

They say that they have re­alised there is bet­ter value for money on of­fer with a larger prop­erty in the bor­ough, away from the city.

Pra­noy said: “There are a num­ber of good schools here and it’s close to the M4 which makes it very easy to com­mute to and from work.”

They also wel­comed be­ing close to Wok­ing­ham’s rail­way sta­tion, of­fer­ing con­nec­tions to Lon­don Padding­ton, plus fast con­nec­tions to Read­ing and Brack­nell.

And Mon­tague Park is just off Lon­don Road, mean­ing the Lion bus ser­vice runs on the de­vel­op­ment’s doorstep.

Rob Allen, Sales Di­rec­tor at

David Wil­son Homes South­ern, said: “Mon­tague Park re­ally is a cen­tre for com­mut­ing, en­sur­ing prop­erty seek­ers in need of trav­el­ling to work can do so ef­fort­lessly whilst re­turn­ing to a de­sir­able new home at the end of the day.

“For those who pre­fer to drive to work, they couldn’t be bet­ter placed for con­ve­nient ac­cess to Lon­don, whilst the rail ser­vices avail­able of­fer fan­tas­tic links to the sur­round­ing towns and cities.

“Due to the high level of in­ter­est in this par­tic­u­lar de­vel­op­ment, we en­cour­age any­one in­ter­ested in the prop­er­ties to pay our Sales Ad­vis­ers a visit to dis­cover how to cap­i­talise on this out­stand­ing lo­ca­tion.”

Mon­tague Park cur­rently has a se­lec­tion of two bed­room homes avail­able with prices start­ing from £295,000.

The sales cen­tre is open on Mon­day from 12.30pm to 5.30pm and Wednesday to Sun­day 10am to 5.30pm.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call

0844 811 4333 or log on to www.dwh. co.uk.

Some of the homes at Mon­tague Park

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