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Tower House Farm
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TOWER HOUSE FARM

The Street, Mortimer

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Tower House Farm is a new neighbourhood development of an initial twenty eight exclusive homes in a peaceful location in the village of Mortimer, around seven miles south-west of Reading. Tower House Farm offers you a wide range of designs, including character ‘coach house style’ one and two bedroom apartments plus two, three & four bedroom houses. Taking inspiration from various corners of the village the houses reflect characteristics and a theme which is designed to harmonise with the idyllic environment.

Bed Icon1 & 2 bedrooms
Price IconPrices from £275,000
For more information, please contact our selling agents or Download our brochure
Savills
Savills on 0118 952 0540
David Cliff
David Cliff on 0118 467 7999

Site Plan

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for saleFOR SALE
sold or reservedSOLD / RESERVED

OUR TOWER HOUSE FARM COLLECTION

Plot FourteenReserved

Plot 14

Reserved
Plot ThirteenReserved

Plot 13

Reserved
Plot SevenSold

Plot 7

Sold
Plot ElevenSold

Plot 11

Sold
Plot Twenty SevenReserved

Plot 27

Reserved
Plot OneSold

Plot 1

Sold
Plot TwoSold

Plot 2

Sold
Plot ThreeSold

Plot 3

Sold
Plot FourSold

Plot 4

Sold
Plot FiveSold

Plot 5

Sold
Plot SixSold

Plot 6

Sold
Plot Forty FourReserved

Plot 44

Reserved
Plot EightSold

Plot 8

Sold
Plot NineSold

Plot 9

Sold
Plot TenSold

Plot 10

Sold
Plot TwelveReserved

Plot 12

Reserved
Plot Twenty OneSold

Plot 21

Sold
Plot FortySold

Plot 40

Sold
Plot Twenty TwoSold

Plot 22

Sold
Plot Forty TwoReserved

Plot 42

Reserved
Plot Twenty ThreeSold

Plot 23

Sold
Plot Forty ThreeSold

Plot 43

Sold
Plot Twenty FourSold

Plot 24

Sold
Plot Forty FiveSold

Plot 45

Sold
Plot Forty EightReserved

Plot 48

Reserved
Plot Twenty FiveReserved

Plot 25

Reserved
Plot Twenty SixSold

Plot 26

Sold
Plot FiftySold

Plot 50

Sold
Plot Twenty EightReserved

Plot 28

Reserved

Location

Your home at the heart of Mortimer
Families have lived in this area since the Bronze and Anglo-Saxon ages. After the Norman conquest of 1066, the local manor house was given to the powerful Mortimer family – hence the village’s name – by William I, an event recorded in the Domesday Book. Today, Mortimer’s a vibrant place with an impressive range of local amenities. There’s a supermarket and post office for the day-to-day essentials, as well as GP and dental surgeries, and a chemist.

For a village of its size, Mortimer has a great selection of warm welcoming country pubs, most of which serve food. Adding to the community atmosphere there’s a café, library, a couple of everbusy village halls and a range of hair, health and beauty outlets.

For the younger members of your family there’s a selection of pre-school, nursery, toddler and childcare facilities to choose from. Local and well-renowned schools include Mortimer St John’s CofE infants and Mortimer St Mary’s junior schools, while the Willink School in nearby Burghfield Common is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and offers secondary education. The school is just celebrating its 60th anniversary.

Peace and quiet is never hard to find here because Mortimer is surrounded by the lovely Berkshire countryside – ideal for walking, cycling and riding. And when you’re after a little more excitement, both nearby Reading and Basingstoke spoil you for choice when it comes to shopping, entertainment, sporting and cultural facilities.

Well connected
Wherever you need to be, Mortimer is well positioned to enable you to get there. Major routes such as the A33, M3 and M4 are all easily reached from the village. If you prefer to let the train take the strain, Mortimer’s railway station is less than a mile away from the village centre and offers half-hourly services to both Reading (11 minutes) and Basingstoke (13 minutes), each of which offer regular onward services to London Paddington (30 minutes) and London Waterloo (50 minutes) respectively.

Cross Rail: from the spring of 2020, two Elizabeth line trains an hour (four an hour at peak times) will allow passengers to travel right through central London from Reading station without having to change trains.

*Source: All distances and train times are approximate. Train times are from National Rail Enquiries.

The Street, Mortimer, Reading, Berkshire

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    For more information on Tower House Farm, please contact our selling agents.

    savills logo

    Savills, Ground Floor, Hawker House, 5-6 Napier Court, Napier Road, Reading, RG1 8BW
    0118 952 0540
    e: towerhousefarm@savills.com
    w: www.savills.co.uk

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    David Cliff, 36 Victoria Road, Mortimer
    RG7 3SE
    0118 467 7999
    e: mortimer@davidcliff.com
    w: www.davidcliff.com

    T A Fisher Values

    125 Years Icon125 years extensive property experience
    Tick IconHigh quality build & finish programme
    Person IconFamily values & a personal approach
    Leaf IconEnhancing local environments

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