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Self-Catering in Newbury

Pelican Lane, Newbury, Berkshire

Pelican Lane
5 The Old Police Station
Pelican Lane

Newbury
Berkshire

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Spacious luxury executive 1 bedroom apartment located in the Town Centre in a quiet gated small complex within easy reach of Bars, Restaurants, fitness Centre, Golf Club, Supermarket, Train Station etc. An Ideal location for professional s. Apartment has large plasma with Sky TV, DVD, free wireless broadband, free allocated gated parking space. Property is furnished to a high contemporary standardIn Surveys Newbury has been regarded as one of the best places to live in the UK. Located on the main crossroads between London and The West Country, the South Coast and The Midlands – it’s possible to reach London Bristol and Bournemouth within one hour.Newbury also boasts a wide range of shops, restaurants, bars, leisure centres, Theatres, Good rail link and a regular bus service.

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