Show Home Offers Buyers A Taste Of Life At Woodhurst Park


Research reveals that larger homes with four-bedrooms or more continue to drive buyer demand in one of the most pent-up markets seen in over a decade, with a 12% increase in larger properties coming onto the market in February compared to a year ago*. Berkeley is helping to meet local demand in Warfield by revealing to the public the show home at its popular Woodhurst Park development, now featuring a refreshed specification and interior design scheme. Sales Consultants at Woodhurst Park, who are selling off plan, saw all viewing slots reserved to view the show home on the weekend of its launch.

Woodhurst Park is a visionary development which offers a wide choice of high-quality homes, with an abundance of nature right on the doorstep. As the tight-knit neighbourhood in Warfield continues to grow, Woodhurst Park continues to see high demand for its latest phase, The Oaks, a collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes. With the first properties expected to be ready to move into by the end of the year, buyers won’t have to wait for long before moving into their new home.

Visitors to Woodhurst Park will be able to view the newly-styled three-bedroom show home, designed by leading interior designer Clayton & Company, which offers a snapshot of life at the development. All homes have been designed with family living in mind, offering flexible and dynamic living areas.

There is currently a selection of four and five-bedroom homes available with a wide choice of styles on offer, including detached and semi-detached, all finished to a superb specification and all with garages and additional parking spaces. For example, The Starling is a four-bedroom, semi-detached townhouse featuring a spacious principal bedroom with a dressing room and stylish ensuite. With an open-plan ground floor, separate living room and three further double bedrooms, The Starling offers flexible living space in a highly desirable setting, with a balcony to the first floor living room overlooking the Riverside Cut.

Benjamin Ivey, Director of Sales and Marketing at Berkeley Homes (Oxford & Chiltern), says: “There is very much a demand for larger product in today’s busy market, as buyers look to stretch to have that extra bit of space. We are consistently seeing high levels of interest at Woodhurst Park, with all of our sales currently taking place off-plan. As such, being able to view a show home helps to bring our buyers’ imagination to life, as they can walk around, ask questions, and size up the property before they buy.”

Josh Luxton, Business Development Manager at Clayton & Company, adds: “The main pull for most buyers at Woodhurst Park is the abundance of green outdoor space, from the country park to the village green. It was essential to us, therefore, that the concept behind the show home design complements its natural surroundings. To reflect the changing seasons, we’ve gone with an earthy colour scheme, relying on warm organic hues throughout, which can be easily styled with wood and ceramic accessories.

“Main features include the light and airy kitchen, with its striking marine cabinets and chrome accents. However, the main living area was the focus of our attention. To demonstrate just how versatile the space is, we’ve used colour and texture to create ‘zones’, including a classy dining area, which easily fits a six-seater table and chairs. For entertaining, there is ample room for a large sofa, occasional chair, coffee table, and a cabinet or media stand.”

Woodhurst Park, which is located in the village of Warfield, Berkshire, has been designed to have nature at its core, with a landscaped Greenway running through the centre, providing a safe walking route to the primary school, along with a wealth of landscaped areas, nature walks and play areas. At the heart of the development is Warfield Primary School.

Just over a mile away is the newly regenerated Bracknell, from which London Waterloo is just an hour by train, whilst nearby Maidenhead Station, just a 15-minute drive away, is on the brand new Crossrail line.

Currently available at Woodhurst Park are four and five-bedroom homes, with prices starting from £760,000 for a four-bedroom home.

For more information on the remaining homes available at The Oaks or to enquire about future phases at Woodhurst Park, please call 01344 981691 to arrange an appointment or visit

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