McCarthy & Stone - Albert Court, RG9
Prices from £400,000 to £585,000
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Homeowners have access to all this property has to offer, including a club lounge and bistro restaurant serving nutritious hot food daily, with bi-fold doors leading onto a delightful patio area with outside seating. On-site car parking is available and there is a large, spacious drop-off area. Enjoy the stylish salon where you can book an array of beauty treatments, and when friends and family come to stay they can use our guest suite. There is also a 24-hour emergency call system and an on-site Estates Team so residents can receive flexible, consistent care and support in their own home. All external property maintenance including gardening and window cleaning is taken care of too.
The development is located in a quiet area, but is still within easy walking distance to the town centre and there's the added benefit of a Tesco Superstore on your doorstep. A sheltered bus stop is only 115ft from the site and has routes around the Henley-on-Thames Circular and Reading Town Centre. The Henley-on-Thames train station is 0.7 miles away and has regular services to Twyford, London Paddington and Reading. A hospital, swimming pool and local shops are all less than a mile from your front door.
Albert Court is certainly something that has to be seen to fully appreciate what it is like to live retirement to the full within this lovely community.
Henley-on-Thames is a beautiful Oxfordshire town on the banks of the River Thames, located between Reading and Maidenhead. The town itself offers beautiful views across the river and the woodlands and green hills of The Chilterns.
There are plenty of things to do in Henley-on-Thames. The town is home to a historic church, town hall and marketplace, as well as new shops, restaurants and a cinema/theatre complex. It’s also known for its events and activities, in particular the annual Royal Regatta, which sees some of the world’s finest rowers take to the River Thames every June. You can even take a boat trip down the Regatta course and stop off at the town’s award-winning River and Rowing Museum. Throughout the year, you’ll find other fun calendar events, such as the Henley Festival of Music and Arts in July, the Literary Festival (September/October) and the weekly Thursday markets.
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