Introducing Warfield

Warfield is a much sought-after area that’s ideally situated within close proximity to Bracknell, Windsor and Ascot. It’s got a strong community atmosphere, combined with easy access to Central London, not to mention the surrounding towns. Originally recorded in the Domesday Book, it started life as a tiny agricultural community, before gradually growing over time. By the Victorian era, it was a prosperous village, mainly due to the brick-workers that lived there.

These days Warfield’s residents value its convenient location. The M4 is close by, which makes it easy for commuters to get around, and the heart of the capital is just a 50-minute drive away. Alternatively, Bracknell train station is close by, and takes travellers to London Waterloo station in just one hour. However, make no mistake, this isn’t just a commuter zone. Residents are attracted to Warfield thanks to its proximity to the idyllic Berkshire countryside, with its walking trails, play areas, and relaxing green spaces.

The area has some great local shops, supplying all the necessities; or for a more intensive shop, Bracknell and Windsor are both within easy reach. There’s also plenty to do in and around the Warfield area. Warfield itself holds a fete every June, and there are several other fun events running throughout the year. Venture to Bracknell and you’ll find all the entertainment you require, including a cinema, bowling alley, sports centres, and countless restaurants and pubs. It’s no wonder that this is such a desirable location to call home.

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Properties in Warfield

There’s a fantastic range of different property styles in Warfield, with something on offer for virtually every buyer. At one end of the market, you’ll find impressive mansion-style properties with ample grounds and sweeping driveways, and at the other end, there are some good-sized maisonettes and apartments, which are well positioned to make the most of everything the area has to offer.

Warfield boasts an eclectic mix of architectural styles. There are some stunning period properties on the market, such as thatched cottages dating from the 1500s, and quaint Victorian cottages. These homes are always purchased quickly, thanks to their unique features and charm.

You’ll also find some spacious post-war homes, and properties that were built in the 60s and 70s. These have the advantage of offering plenty of living space and are often more competitively priced than their period counterparts.

If you love contemporary architecture, you’ll find plenty of it here. Some of the country’s best developers have been busy in Warfield, and as such, there are some excellent modern houses, which have been sympathetically designed to blend well with the areas personality. Although houses tend to dominate the market, there are also some apartments, which have great open-plan layouts and are ideally priced to appeal to first-time buyers.

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Things to do in Warfield

There are so many attractions close to Warfield that residents really are spoilt for choice. There are some good pubs and restaurants in the area, like The Cricketers or the Yorkshire Rose, which has a pleasant garden – ideal for summer evenings with the family.

Warfield also has some lovely parks, which are a good place to take a stroll with the dog. Longhill Park and Lilyhill Park are also close by, with the former having a skate park for kids to practice their skateboarding. Westmorland Park is another appealing option, with its scenic lake and play area.

A little further afield, you’ll find plenty of other great attractions, like Bracknell Ice Rink and Ski Slope, Coral Reef Waterworld (an exciting novelty swimming pool, which the children are sure to love), and AMF Hollywood Bowl in Bracknell.

Warfield amenities

Warfield has some great independent shops in the area, selling a wide variety of goods. The Moss End Farm Shop is a big hit with people who like freshly grown produce, and Moss End Garden Village hosts a range of other appealing stores, like the Old Grain Barn antiques shop. There’s also a Tesco’s which provides everything you need for the weekly shop.

Warfield has two excellent schools which drawer many families to the local area, there is the Warfield C of E Primary school and Whitegrove Primary School both of which have a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating.

As for a meal out? Warfield has some well-established local restaurants, like Spice Lounge (an Indian restaurant), The Don Beni (an Italian eatery), and Shepherd’s House (a chain pub with classic British dishes). For a livelier night out, Bracknell and Wokingham are both within easy reach.

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