Blue Mountain
Binfield RG42 4EX


2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses



Coming Soon: Houses for sale in Binfield; less than 4 miles from Wokingham

Coming soon to the Berkshire village of Binfield is Blue Mountain, our latest collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses for sale. Located in an attractive and accessible part of this popular county, this is a wonderful opportunity for you to own a brand new Linden home. Each of our homes are ideal for whatever your family requirement may be; families, commuters and those up and downsizing.

With green open landscapes all around, you’ll find your new property in Binfield has a good level of everyday amenities close by, including a popular primary school, shops and a post office. Commuters will find transport links are superb, with the M4, M3 and M25 all within easy reach, and Bracknell station providing regular services to Reading and London Waterloo. With so much on offer within simple distances from home, choosing a property for sale in Binfield could be ideal for you.

  • 10 year Buildmark Warranty
  • Simple journeys to Wokingham, Bracknell and Reading
  • Easy access to the M4, M3 and M25
  • Help to Buy*, Part Exchange and Assisted Move schemes available.

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Living in Binfield

  • Picturesque, rural village location with excellent road and rail links.
  • Close to local amenities, leisure facilities and green, open spaces.

It’s rare to find a place like Binfield. Close to excellent road and rail links, it nonetheless retains the feel of a rural village. But beyond the attractive surface, Binfield is very much a thriving community, with a good selection of shops and amenities at its heart. There’s a popular primary school, a modern library, public houses, a post office, bakery, chemist, surgery, local shop and George’s, the village coffee house. Binfield is a village with a fascinating history; Henry VIII and Elizabeth I reportedly used The Stag & Hounds pub as a hunting lodge, and the All Saints Church has stood here since the 7th century.

Beyond the history of the village, Binfield offers numerous walks throughout the surrounding countryside and woodland, as well as a number of open spaces and parks within its boundaries. If, however, you would rather watch sporting activities, Binfield has its own football and cricket clubs, both within easy reach of Blue Mountain.

What’s close to Binfield?

  • 10 miles from Reading, an excellent location for shopping, entertainment, museums and much more.
  • Close to Bracknell Forest and 100,000 hectares of woodland.

Located just 10 miles from Binfield is the popular town of Reading. Full of cultural highlights, history and a great choice of shops and places to eat, the town attracts visitors from all around the south east. If you’re after a bit of retail therapy, you’ll find plenty of independent shops alongside numerous high street retailers, including The Oracle Shopping Centre, which has everything from fashions to jewellery to some great restaurants and cafes. If you’d rather be in the open air, Forbury Gardens, a large public park with extensive grounds, is on the outskirts of town, and makes for an ideal place to spend time relaxing. For history hunters, Reading Museum is where you’ll discover many interesting artefacts, including Roman and Medieval archaeological finds, contemporary pottery and even a Victorian copy of the Bayeux Tapestry. Of course, anyone who loves music will know that Reading is home to a number of live music venues, and the famous Reading & Leeds Festival.

There are plenty of opportunities for those who want to enjoy a more active lifestyle close to Binfield. Beyond the immediate peaceful surroundings and the village itself is The Look Out Discovery Centre in Bracknell Forest. Set amongst 100,000 hectares of woodland, there is a wide variety of activities for all ages including a fantastic adventure play area, orienteering, bike rides and Go Ape Tree Top Adventure. For the ultimate family day out you can explore the tropical world of Coral Reef at Bracknell’s Water World, and for winter sport enthusiasts, there is Bracknell Ski Centre, a premier facility in the region which offers skiing, snowboarding and an Olympic size ice rink.

Local Schools & Education

  • Approximately 1 mile from Binfield Pre-School and Children’s House Day Nursey.
  • Less than 2 miles from Binfield C of E Primary School and Meadow Vale Primary School.
  • 3 miles from Ranelagh School and 4 miles from Easthampstead Park Community School
  • A mile from Newbold College

Families with children will find a good choice of Ofsted rated schools close to these new homes in Binfield. Very young children can attend Binfield Pre-School, located just a mile from Blue Mountain and rated ‘Good’ by Oftsed, while Children’s House Day Nursery (rated ‘Good’) is a little over a mile away. For primary education, Binfield C of E Primary School is a 5 minute drive from home, and Ofsted rated ‘Good’, with Meadow Vale Primary School - also rated ‘Good’ - a mile south east of the development. For older students, the highly regarded and historic Ranelagh School is around 3 miles from home, and has an Ofsted rating of ‘Outstanding’. At a similar distance is Easthampstead Park Community School, which has a ‘Good’ rating. For students considering higher education, Newbold College is around 10 minutes away from Blue Mountain, and offers a range of short, undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Transport & Travel

  • Close to the M4, M3 and M25.
  • Less than 5 miles from Wokingham Station and Bracknell Station.

Houses for sale in Binfield benefit from excellent transport facilities within easy reach. The M4, M3 and M25 motorways are all accessible, and allow for direct routes to locations including Slough (17 miles), Basingstoke (26 miles), south west London (32 miles) and Winchester (44 miles).

For commuters, nearby Wokingham and Bracknell stations offer connections to London Waterloo in less than 1 hour and 10 minutes. There are also fast and frequent trains from Reading to London Paddington, with a journey time as little as 30 minutes, as well as direct services west to Oxford, Bath and Bristol.

For air travel, Heathrow is just over 30 minutes away, making getting away for business or pleasure convenient and simple.

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NEW vs OLD - It's no contest!

New vs Old

The benefits of buying new make the choice easy. Here are just a few:

  • All appliances are 'straight out of the box' and fully guaranteed‡
  • No sorting someone else's DIY disasters or dated decorations - you've got a blank canvas to make your own
  • Buying new could mean access to exclusive mortgage lender products through our suggested Independent Mortgage Advisors
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