desirable by design
The Blue Ball, Newbury, Berkshire
  • Kitchen
  • Show Home - Lounge
  • A typical Natta Homes Kitchen - Dining Area
  • A typical Natta Homes Bathroom
  • A typical Natta Homes En-suite
  • A typical Natta Homes Bedroom
  • A typical Natta Homes Bedroom

 

About The Blue Ball Development

This development featured eight traditionally built new homes all finished to an excellent specification with gardens and private parking situated in Newbury, Berkshire. Natta Homes offered the government backed "Help to Buy Scheme" with these properties.

The ground floor comprises a lounge/ dining area, fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and downstairs WC.

The first floor features two double bedrooms with sleek built in wardrobes and an office/bedroom 3. A Jack and Jill bathroom leading off of the master bedroom is fitted with a shower bath and a thermostatically controlled electric shower. A vanity unit sits beneath the wash handbasin and additional storage can be found behind the matching mirrored cabinet. Stylish ceramic tiling to the wet areas and a chrome towel warmer complete the contemporary look.

Neutral wall and floor finishes are provided throughout.

The development conforms to the latest requirements of Code 4 for sustainability and benefits from Photovoltaic Panels to the roof generating “free electricity” from the sun.

Located in the bustling market town of Newbury, this development is near a stunning park and is situated a stone's throw from the famous Newbury race course, whilst the surrounding unspoilt Berkshire countryside provides an ideal setting to live in. The new homes will be within convenient walking distance of the town centre and all its amenities including cafes, restaurants, bars, gyms and shopping on the high street. There are also several good primary schools within the area.

Nearby Newbury BR train station is a 10 minute walk from the development, and provides services to London Paddington in just under 1 hour. Alternatively access to the M4 is only a 10 minute drive away so commuting couldn't be easier.