Ambia

Maidenhead SL6 8BH
1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses

02039184332
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COMING SOON TO MAIDENHEAD

Ambia

Maidenhead SL6 8BH

1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses

02039184332

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Ambia, where luxury living meets opportunity

Bringing a proud new neighbourhood to this riverside town as part of a wider transformation, Ambia is a place for taking your next step.

An aspirational collection of high-specification 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses, delivering a new piece of Maidenhead with new streets and walkable spaces.

Ideally located for life in and around Maidenhead and beyond, Ambia is conveniently positioned a mile from Maidenhead’s vibrant centre while also keeping you within easy reach the town’s outstanding transport links. Discover life in perfect harmony, with tranquil countryside living by the banks of the Thames while the buzz of London remains just a short journey away.

Why buy at Ambia?

  • Brand new development coming to Maidenhead

  • Direct links into London Paddington
  • Balconies / Terraces to all apartments

What are you looking for?

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Why buy at Ambia?

  • Brand new development coming to Maidenhead

  • Direct links into London Paddington
  • Balconies / Terraces to all apartments

SAVING YOU MONEY

Saving you money

According to the Home Builders Federation, on average, energy bills for new build homes are 57% cheaper. The monthly average energy bill for a new build property is £109, whereas the bill for existing property is £245 – that’s a saving of £140* per month or £1,685 per year. Those that buy a new build house specifically see even greater annual savings of £2,195. It's thanks to A-rated boilers, low energy LED lighting, smart thermostats and installing appliances with high efficiency ratings.

*Source HBF Watt a Save report

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GREEN MORTGAGES

Green Mortgages

By buying a new energy efficient Countryside Home you could take advantage of exclusive ‘Green’ mortgage products. A mortgage lender could offer lower interest rates on properties that carry an energy performance certificate or a predicted energy assessment rating of A – C. Think of it as a reward for buyers who are purchasing an energy efficient home. All our standard homes have a rating of A or B so this type of mortgage may be ideal if you are looking to purchase a new build home.

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KEEPING YOU COSY

Keeping you cosy

Unlike older properties, our homes come with high efficiency double glazing as standard, letting plenty of light and warmth in while minimising heat loss and reducing the amount of noise you’ll hear within your home. Not only do they keep you cosy they also reduce the amount of external noise that you’ll hear within your home.

Additional roof and floor insulation are among the other unseen features included with our homes that will help reduce the costs of keeping your home warm in the winter months, while also keeping you cool in the summer.

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REDUCING WATER USAGE

Reducing water usage

Our kitchens and bathrooms incorporate water saving measures, without compromising on style or functionality.

These features mean our homes use up to 20% less water* than the UK average. Our taps and showers use aerated technology to provide the feeling of a strong flow, whilst using less water. Plus, our dual low flush toilets use the minimum amount of water to ensure less waste.

*Average Countryside home uses 100-110 litres/person/day compared to UK average of 140 litres/person/day according to the Energy Savings Trust

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SAVING YOU MONEY

GREEN MORTGAGES

KEEPING YOU COSY

REDUCING WATER USAGE

Saving you money

According to the Home Builders Federation, on average, energy bills for new build homes are 57% cheaper. The monthly average energy bill for a new build property is £109, whereas the bill for existing property is £245 – that’s a saving of £140* per month or £1,685 per year. Those that buy a new build house specifically see even greater annual savings of £2,195. It's thanks to A-rated boilers, low energy LED lighting, smart thermostats and installing appliances with high efficiency ratings.

*Source HBF Watt a Save report.

Green Mortgages

By buying a new energy efficient Countryside Home you could take advantage of exclusive ‘Green’ mortgage products. A mortgage lender could offer lower interest rates on properties that carry an energy performance certificate or a predicted energy assessment rating of A – C. Think of it as a reward for buyers who are purchasing an energy efficient home. All our standard homes have a rating of A or B so this type of mortgage may be ideal if you are looking to purchase a new build home.

Keeping you cosy

Unlike older properties, our homes come with high efficiency double glazing as standard, letting plenty of light and warmth in while minimising heat loss and reducing the amount of noise you’ll hear within your home. Not only do they keep you cosy they also reduce the amount of external noise that you’ll hear within your home.

Additional roof and floor insulation are among the other unseen features included with our homes that will help reduce the costs of keeping your home warm in the winter months, while also keeping you cool in the summer.

Reducing water usage

Our kitchens and bathrooms incorporate water saving measures, without compromising on style or functionality.

These features mean our homes use up to 20% less water* than the UK average. Our taps and showers use aerated technology to provide the feeling of a strong flow, whilst using less water. Plus, our dual low flush toilets use the minimum amount of water to ensure less waste.

*Average Countryside home uses 100-110 litres/person/day compared to UK average of 140 litres/person/day according to the Energy Savings Trust

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Discover your new neighbourhood

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Ambia puts you in the perfect position to travel far and wide.

Whether it’s by rail or road, Maidenhead is incredibly well connected to its surrounding areas. Take advantage of outstanding travel connections to London, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and beyond.

Maidenhead railway station is just a 13-minute walk away from Ambia, offering direct trains to London, Reading, Didcot and Swindon. This includes the Elizabeth Line, which runs right across London with stops at Heathrow, Paddington, Liverpool Street and more.

You’re also well connected by road, with the M4 just six minutes away in the car – a 20-minute drive will get you to the M25 and Heathrow, while the other direction presents a direct route that runs all the way to Bristol.

On foot

Kidwells Park (4 min) / Maidenhead High Street (5 min) / Maidenhead Sounding Arch (21 min) / Ray Mill Island (28 min)

By bike

Boulter’s Lock (7 min) / Braywick Leisure Centre (8 min) / The Stanley Spencer Gallery (18 min) /Cliveden House (27 min)

By car

Windsor (15 min) / Heathrow Airport (20 min) / Reading (32 min) / Basingstoke (45 min)

By train

London Paddington (25 min) / Didcot (35 min) / Oxford (45 min) / Swindon (51 min)


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Ambia

Maidenhead SL6 8BH

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References to “we”, “us” or “our” are to the part of the Vistry Group (including Linden Homes, Bovis Homes, Countryside Homes, Drew Smith, Vistry Ventures or one of Vistry’s joint venture companies) from which you are intending to purchase a new home. References to "you” and “your” are to the prospective buyer or buyers of a new home from us.

All images are used for illustrative purposes only and are representative only. They may not be the same as the actual home you purchase and the specification may differ. Images may be of a slightly different model of home and may include optional upgrades and extras which involve additional cost. Individual features such as windows, brick, carpets, paint and other material colours may vary and also the specification of fittings may vary. Any furnishings and furniture are not included in any sale. Please check with our sales consultants for details of the exact specifications available at the development(s) for each type of home and the associated prices.