Located in the highly desirable town of Twyford, the latest Ortus development is a luxury affair, with just 30 apartments available. All apartments feature a modern, fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. Selected homes on the top floor will boast beautiful views of the countryside below. There is ample car parking with a personal spot allocated to each homeowner, as well as three additional visitor spaces.
The development is close to a selection of local convenience shops that are within walking distance of less than half a mile, including a hairdresser, pharmacy and grocery store. There is a bus stop just out the front of the development that takes homeowners to the high street; in the town centre you can find all the usual amenities such as a Waitrose, Post Office, Tesco Express, Costa Coffee, a dentist, restaurants, pubs, opticians and shops.
Twyford is also easy to get to – the main train station is under a mile away and can take you direct to London Paddington in 35 minutes. For those who have cars, Twyford is just 10 miles from the main roads to Henley, Maidenhead, Wokingham and Reading.
- 1:1 parking plus free visitor parking
- Countryside views from top floor apartments
Key dates for your diary
Construction start date, sales release and first occupation dates are still to be confirmed and are subject to planning permission.
Situated in the Thames Valley, Twyford is an affluent town, with housing prices only set to rise as the area continues to increase in popularity. Homes on the same street as this Ortus development can reach up to £1 million.
There’s plenty to do in Twyford – homeowners can join the local tennis, badminton or bowls clubs, or enjoy any of the National Trust walks along the river. Of the two main recreation grounds, King George’s Field has football pitches, three tennis courts and children’s playgrounds. For those who enjoy cycling, there are several routes that take you through the breath taking surrounding countryside.
The town has several quaint shops, restaurants and pubs, while Reading and Maidenhead are only a short bus ride away and offer larger retail and dining options. The planned Crossrail route will only make Twyford more desirable.