Temple Park

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Temple Park
Temple Park is located in Berkshire
Temple Park
Temple Park
Temple Park shown within Berkshire
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51°25′32″N 0°46′23″W / 51.425622°N 0.772931°W / 51.425622; -0.772931Coordinates: 51°25′32″N 0°46′23″W / 51.425622°N 0.772931°W / 51.425622; -0.772931

Temple Park is a suburb of Bracknell in the English county of Berkshire and part of the civil parish of Binfield. It was built during the 1990s as the town continued to expand on open countryside between Bracknell and Binfield.

The estate lies approximately 1.1 miles (1.8 km) north-west of Bracknell town centre, to the north of the B3408 and to the west of Priestwood.

Temple Park is built around Park Farm in Wood Lane, the Home Farm of the old Binfield Manor estate. The farm house was built by the Prime Minister, William Pitt the Elder, Earl of Chatham, in 1754.[1] The Blue Mountain Golf Club is located to the west of the estate[1].


  1. ^ "History of the Hamlets of Binfield, Berkshire". David Nash Ford. Retrieved 16 October 2012. 

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