Buy A New Home In Berkshire
Homes for Sale in Berkshire
One of the home counties, Berkshire makes a great place to set up home – and with Shared Ownership on the table you can do this for a fraction of the price.
Perfect for those who commute to London, and for those who like to be close to the city but still have the peace and quiet offered in beautiful Berkshire. Berkshire, given its position in relation to London and great job prospects, is an affordable place to live – and given the flexibility offered by Shared Ownership you can set up home here for less than ever.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to actually share you home with anyone, other than your own family perhaps (but that’s up to you). Contact our friendly Aster Sales team for more information. Interested in getting on the property ladder in Berkshire? Register with us for property alerts to be kept informed regarding future homes for sale in the area.
Where is Berkshire?
Berkshire is located in South East England and as we mentioned it is one of the home counties. What does that mean we hear you ask? Well it could be your home county, but what it actually means is that it is one of the many counties which make up the border surrounding the city of London.
Being a home county makes Berkshire a desirable place to live for many – it is affordable yet has many benefits due to its proximity to London including great transport links and job opportunities.
What to do in Berkshire
Berkshire, due to its close proximity to London, is a diverse county bursting with culture. Its rural towns are the perfect cross between city and small town life – a hub of arts, culture, music and great food yet still affordable and home to plenty of beautiful scenery.
You could be enjoying the nightlife of London one day and strolling through the beautiful Berkshire countryside the next.
Where to go in Berkshire
Another interesting fact about Berkshire? Home to Windsor Castle this county was actually registered as the Royal County of Berkshire in 1957 by the Queen. So, make sure to take in Berkshire in all its royal glory.
Should you have had enough of exploring Berkshire and it’s royal heritage, you are in luck as Berkshire sits on the Great Western Main Line Railway and the M4 – you will be in London in practically seconds (well, maybe a little longer).