Pearl House is perfectly located; set within the Newbury Town Centre conservation area, amongst striking 18th and 19th century architecture. The main entrance is found on Oddfellows Road, a quiet residential area, with access available from the development onto Bartholomew Street (where the marketing suite is situated) you can  take a short level walk right into the centre of Newbury Town.


Newbury offers a mix of modern convenience with traditional market town charm; this historic location has everything to cater for your requirements; high street banks are located nearby as are coffee shops, and restaurants. Local food shopping includes Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Tesco with Marks and Spencer situated just a short walk along the high Street, there is plenty to choose from.

Market days are held every Thursday and Saturday, with a variety of traditional stalls and bespoke crafts. A Farmers’ Market is also available on the first and third Sunday of each month offering ‘direct-to-you’ local and seasonal produce.

Donnington castle

For the historian, the picturesque 15th century Grade I listed Church of St Nicolas is next door to the Pearl House complex and the Corn Exchange, a flagship art centre with excellent facilities, including a 400-seat auditorium, cinema, and café is just around the corner in the market place. The Watermill Theatre is well renowned for productions at its exquisite setting in Bagnor village just a few minutes’ drive from the centre of Newbury.

Newbury is surrounded by nearby attractions, including Snelsmore Countryside Park, Greenham Country Park, Highclere Castle, and Donnington Castle.  Newbury Racecourse has been hosting horse racing since 1805, offering both jump and flat racing throughout the year.

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Newbury is a nice, relaxed place to live with a great sense of community. It is very well-connected with fantastic access to the countryside and surrounding villages.


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