On north-eastern side of Bracknell between A329 and B4034. From A329 heading west towards Bracknell, turn right at roundabout junction with B3430 onto Long Hill Road. At the next roundabout, turn left into Harvest Ride. Warfield Park can be found on the right in one third of a mile.
Windsor Castle; Legoland; Ascot racecourse; numerous gardens open to the public.
Other Facilities Hairdressing Salon; Community Hall; Beauty Salon; Coin-operated Launderette
Warfield Park, once part of Windsor Great Park, is one of the most rural home parks in England. Covering 100 acres of beautiful wooded parkland it provides a stunning setting for the homes and a haven for the abundant wildlife.
The homes, set in generously sized gardens, are carefully situated to harmonise with their idyllic surroundings; many have garages alongside. The roads wind attractively between the trees and open grassed areas.
Here you have the rare opportunity to enjoy the comfort and security of a modern and well-equipped home set in beautiful wooded parkland. Once part of Windsor Great Park, it is one of the most rural home parks in England. There are countless mature specimen trees, including the majestic Wellingtonias planted in 1860 by Lady Jane Walsh as part of an arboretum.
There is a community centre, hairdressing salon, beautician and coin-operated launderette on the park.
Just on the outskirts of Bracknell, Warfield Park is perfectly situated - far enough away from the centre to offer a tranquil lifestyle and yet close enough to be convenient for the road and rail network to London and beyond. There are several large supermarkets nearby.
These details were last updated on Friday 10th March 2017