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Launch Saturday 4th March

We are pleased to launch to the market these lovely apartments at Mulberry House which all qualify for Help to Buy, enabling first time buyers to take their first step onto the housing ladder.

Nestled in the charming market town of Wokingham, Mulberry House is a collection of 31 one and two bedroom-apartments that set a new precedent for the area. Affordably priced from just £232,500 and part of the Help to Buy scheme, these stylish apartments are the first in the country to feature furniture packages from Habitat Interior Services.

Mulberry House is a stunning conversion just steps from Wokingham town centre. The attractive redbrick building features a welcoming façade, beautiful landscaping and secure underground parking. Each flat will feature engineered wood floors, kitchens with composite stone worktops, tiled splashbacks and technologically advanced Bosch and Zanussi appliances.

The bathrooms are fully tiled with chrome fixtures and fittings. What truly sets Mulberry House apart, however, is the exclusive furniture packages from Habitat Interior Services. Residents will each receive a customised furniture package with stylish living, dining and bedroom furnishings. The packages will feature the chic and sophisticated home style for which Habitat is known. Residents can choose from a selection of packages to reflect their personal tastes.

Direct trains from Wokingham to London Waterloo leave every 30 minutes. Wokingham is also conveniently located for Heathrow with an average journey time of just 30 minutes and Wokingham is just off junction 10 of the M4 with fast links to Slough and Reading.

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