Bellway Launches Incentive Scheme

Bellway Homes has launched a generous new incentive for its homes at The Printworks in Reading. The buyers who reserves plot 19, a Centaur house at the development is entitled to £7,500 towards stamp duty, flooring and integrated kitchen appliances.

Located in a sought-after central Reading setting, close to the town’s mainline station, The Printworks is a collection of 96 impressive homes, ranging from one, two and three-bedroom apartments to three-bedroom houses and including a mix of affordable housing through rent or Shared Ownership.

The Centaur is a three-bedroom, mid-terrace property, available from £532,500. Generous internal spaces are complemented with well-appointed terraces or gardens providing plenty of room inside and out. Zanussi white goods in the kitchen and Roca sanitaryware in the bathrooms – including the main bathroom and two en-suites – speak to the Centaur’s high-quality finish.

Each of the three-bedroom homes, which are split over three floors, come with two parking spaces. Bellway Homes has also provided 12 electric car charging points and a car club scheme for those who want to drive occasionally but without the hassle of owning their own vehicle. For younger residents, there’s an accessible play area, while attractive landscaping, including trees and hedging, will appeal to family members of all ages.

Emma Jones, sales director for Bellway Thames Valley, comments: “The Centaur is the ideal family home, with plenty of space for living, working and playing. These properties provide easy access to the shops, restaurants and other amenities of Reading, meaning that buyers can get the best out of life in this desirable town, while also enjoying rapid journey times into London.”

Built on the site of the former Cox and Wyman printworks (hence the development’s name), The Printworks is turning a brownfield site that has sat dormant since 2015 into a thriving new community. Prices at the Printworks start from £270,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.