McCarthy & Stone - Queens Gate, RG40
One of many fantastic Retirement Living developments in the South East, our Wokingham site offers 32 fantastic retirement apartments exclusively for over 60s. There are 16 one bed and 16 two bed apartments, all benefitting from a concierge during office hours and a club lounge to socialise in. Surrounding the development the beautiful landscaped gardens will be complemented by royal rose beds.
With easy access to local facilities which include an array of shops and a railway station that has undergone a £6 million renovation, with services to London Waterloo and Gatwick; this is an ideal place to choose for your retirement. In addition to the close proximity to key amenities, you’ll also find quick and easy transport links to many popular surrounding towns and cities. These include Reading, Bracknell, Sandhurst, and Crowthorne.
A market town in the Royal County of Berkshire, Wokingham has plenty to offer retirees. With plenty of public parks such as Chestnut Park, Elms Field and Waverley Park, as well as a wide selection of urban attractions, this town really does offer the best of both worlds.
Just a short walk from the bustling town centre, our Wokingham development is sure to put you in touch with all the key facilities in this stunning town. You’ll find plenty of amenities at your disposal in Wokingham with varied shopping facilities and eateries at your disposal. A Waitrose supermarket can be found here along with a number of independent and high-street stores while the many cafés, restaurants and coffee shops, which often boast outside seating, create a warm and welcoming ‘café culture’ atmosphere you can’t help but love.
Also, within easy access of our development, Elms Field is currently undergoing regeneration. This will bring a greater variety of retailers back to the town, provide a large high quality park and public spaces, and offer new leisure facilities, such as a boutique cinema.
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