New homes in Shinfield
Launching early 2020 – contact our sales team for further information
A development of 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes in the Berkshire village of Shinfield.
Cutler’s Park is a desirable collection of apartments and houses located just south of the M4 on the outskirts of Reading. All homes are constructed to a high-quality specification, which together with the variety of property designs on offer, will appeal to a range of buyers, including families and professionals.
Our focus on quality extends to the environment – sustainable features are built in to all of our homes, so helping conserve scarce natural resources and contributing towards lower energy running costs for residents.
Landscaping across the development echoes the verdant Berkshire countryside, yet the proximity of Cutler’s Park to Reading and Wokingham means the many advantages of urban living – leisure, sporting, cultural and commercial – are within easy reach. Shinfield itself is home to several shops along Hyde End road, including a small supermarket and a convenience store, while several larger supermarkets can be found within 10 minutes’ drive of the village.
A number of well-regarded primary and secondary schools are situated within easy reach of the development, including Shinfield Infant & Nursery School, Shinfield St Mary’s Church of England Junior School – both within walking distance – Hillside Primary School and for older pupils, Oakbank School.
The village has several children’s play areas and sports pitches, including the recreation ground on Millworth Lane, which is home to the local tennis, cricket and youth football clubs also. The Ryeish Green Sports Hub, a few minutes’ drive from Cutler’s Park, has a sports hall, gym and outdoor tennis courts, while Sol Joel Park in nearby Earley has a skate park, as well as sports pitches.
For commuters, the M4 (for Wokingham and London) and the A33 (for Reading and Basingstoke) are two miles away. The nearest railway station is at Earley, three miles from Cutler’s Park, and from there frequent services operate to Wokingham, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo. Trains also run from Reading to Birmingham, Slough and London Paddington.