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Binfield House

Binfield, Berkshire, RG42 5BL

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Key features

Grade II listed conversion

Allocated parking

High-quality specification

10-year warranty

Energy-efficient and easy to maintain

Private terraces or balconies

Three acres of mature, fully-maintained communal gardens

Healthihouse™ specification in newly-built houses

Development highlights

  • Designed exclusively for the over 55s

  • 9 conversion apartments and 9 newly built houses

  • One and two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom houses 

  • Within easy reach of Bracknell, Wokingham and Reading

  • Less than ½ mile from Binfield village centre

  • Conservation Area location

  • Pets welcomed

  • Estate Management service

In the heart of Binfield, tucked away in three acres of perfectly peaceful, beautifully landscaped grounds, Binfield House combines the romance of living in a historic setting with the ease of modern living.

This bespoke collection of elegant contemporary homes seamlessly blends a converted Grade II listed Georgian manor house with sympathetically designed new homes. Everything has been thoughtfully crafted to reflect the generous proportions of the grand original house, as well as the rich architectural heritage of the surrounding conservation area.

Space, light and unrivalled luxury abound in these eighteen one and two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom houses. Designed inclusively for over 55s, with an estate manager on hand to take care of all the everyday maintenance.

Downsize without compromise in Binfield

Each new Beechcroft home in Binfield will provide plenty of light-filled living space, designed according to Beechcroft’s principle of creating high-quality homes with an abundance of living space, regardless of the number of bedrooms.

The fixtures and fittings are of the highest quality; kitchens include bespoke cabinets and a full range of top-brand appliances, bathrooms include vanity units and mirrors, wardrobes are fitted in the main bedrooms and flooring, including carpeting, is included. Where possible, each new home will feature outside space – in the form of a terrace, balcony, private garden or a combination of these, along with allocated parking. The landscaped gardens will be a delight with a variety of plants to provide texture, colour and year-round interest.

Houses

Three-bedroom house

2 Binfield House £610,000

Three-bedroom house

7 Binfield House £599,950

Three-bedroom house

8 Binfield House £610,000

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Three-bedroom house

1 Binfield House

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Three-bedroom house

5 Binfield House

Apartments

Two-bedroom apartment

14 Binfield House £575,000

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Two-bedroom apartment

10 Binfield House

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Two-bedroom apartment

11 Binfield House

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Finishing touches

A range of integrated appliances in the kitchen

Stone surround fireplace

10 year warranty

Low energy fitment pendant lights

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Why Beechcroft?

Two grandparents watching their grandchildren feed the ducks.

Retire to a historic town in beautiful Berkshire

Once part of Windsor Forest, Binfield is a thriving, historic village midway between Wokingham and Bracknell.  The village name derives from Old English, meaning the ‘open land where the bent grass grows.’   Set within Berkshire’s Green Belt, the village still has plenty of open green spaces.  Today, Binfield is popular with home buyers because of its wonderful sense of community and excellent transport links into London.

 

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Discover the history of Binfield House

Binfield House was built in 1776 by Francis Wightwick on land that was later to become Terrace Road North, Forest Road and Wicks Green in Binfield.

Discover the history of the Grade II listed building, including architectural influences, previous tenants and more, up to the present day.

 

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Binfield House Circa 1900
Binfield House in Binfield, Berkshire

Behind the name: Binfield House

Grade II listed Binfield House has long been a landmark in Binfield and, by retaining the original name of the property, Beechcroft marks the building’s long and fascinating history.

Built in 1776 by Francis Wightwick, owners of Bnifield House have included Pembroke College, the British Military Officer and Conservative Party politician, Major-General Sir Alfred William Fortescue Knox and a private school.

When Beechcroft bought the estate from Bracknell District Council, the house had been empty for two years but Beechcroft’s careful restoration and conversion has resulted in the creation of nine elegant apartments in the period house and 18 new homes built in the beautifully landscaped setting.

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