Burghfield Common offers buyers the best of urban amenities and village charm – making it a highly-sought-after Berkshire location.
Just a few miles outside of Reading, Burghfield Common’s property stock is mainly made up of modern family homes that sprung up thanks to the area’s development throughout the 20th century.
Those properties, combined with Burghfield Common’s good schools and links to larger towns and cities, has made it a popular area with families and commuters.
Let’s take a look at some of the best properties on the market in Burghfield Common right now…
Houses for sale in Burghfield Common
Five-bedroom house – £975,000
In many ways this five-bedroom executive home is modern family living captured perfectly.
Located on a modern development of properties, the house offers a huge amount of space, including a modern, open-plan kitchen and five large bedrooms.
Underfloor heating adds a further touch of luxury throughout the property.
Close to Mrs Bland’s Infant School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, it really is the perfect family home in a superb location.
Four-bedroom house – £539,950
Set in the heart of the village, close to amenities and schools, this four-bedroom detached family home is another great example of what’s available in Burghfield Common.
Modern, spacious and really well presented, the property would suit a growing family thanks to its low maintenance garden and additional conservatory space to the rear.
With good access to the North Wessex Downs for leisure and to the M4 motorway for work, the house is ideally situated.
Three-bedroom townhouse – £440,000
Built around 25 years ago close to woodland on the northern tip of Burghfield Common, this three-bedroom townhouse offers tranquil views across Pondhouse Copse.
Set over three floors, the modern property offers three good sized bedrooms and a first-floor living area with views over the copse.
A private rear garden completes what is an ideal family home in a beautiful location.
Two-bedroom bungalow – £385,000
Although Burghfield Common is home to a number of great bungalows, they rarely come to market.
So, this two-bedroom example in the centre of the village is a superb opportunity.
Finished to a very high standard and a really ‘well-loved’ home, the property is set on a cul-de-sac and offers views into a secluded woodland area.
Peace and tranquillity, as well as great access to amenities, are what’s on offer with this gem of a property, which would suit either a retired couple or a small family.
Two-bedroom house – £312,950
With off-road parking, a garage and two large bedrooms, this semi-detached house close to all of Burghfield Common’s amenities would make an ideal starter home for a young couple or small family.
The property is presented superbly, with plenty of storage and a secluded rear garden, and is a real ‘move straight in’ option for buyers.
What to expect living in Burghfield Common
Just four miles outside of Reading town centre, Burghfield Common is a top choice for families thanks to its modern homes and good schools, as well as its proximity to good transport links into Reading and London.
If you’re thinking of buying a home in Burghfield Common, our comprehensive area guide tells you everything you need to know about the area.
Now is a great time to buy a property, with the stamp duty threshold raised to £500,000 until March 31, 2021.
Find out all the details about the new rules and what they could mean for your next property purchase by checking out our guide on stamp duty for house buyers.