McCarthy Stone - Birch Place RLP, RG45
Prices from £320,000 to £506,500
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The peaceful and picturesque village of Crowthorne offers a range of amenities including boutique shops and cafes with a laidback English village atmosphere. Enjoy luxury, modern living designed specifically with the needs of the over 70s in mind. Retirement Living PLUS at its finest, the Crowthorne development offers beautiful English countryside and village life with great transport links to London, Mannings Heath, Horsham Southwater, Nuthurst, Warnham and Lower Beeding.
With a selection of one and two bedroom apartments the development offers convenient on-site parking, stunning landscaped gardens available all year-round, a welcoming estates management team and an exclusive homeowners' lounge. Guests are always welcome to visit and there is even a guest suite on-site should you wish to have your guests stay for a longer visit (for an extra charge).
Each accessible retirement apartment is move-in ready with built-in kitchens and bathrooms as well as private balconies and flawless finishes. You'll also find a 24-hour security system and thoughtful decorative details including raised power points and lever taps for easy operation.
Offering excellent road and rail links, the village of Crowthorne is the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful retirement lifestyle with easy access to the rest of the UK, including the cultural attractions and amenities of Ascot, Windsor and Reading.
The local High street and village centre are just over half a mile away from this modern development of retirement living homes. With a range of banks, pharmacies, hairdressers and restaurants - as well as a convenient supermarket - Crowthorne village offers the best of rural English life. Visit the local health food shop, browse the clothing and jewellery boutiques or indulge in a cream tea knowing that home is just a short walk or bus ride away.
The village of Crowthorne is best known for its excellent locals schools, including the widely renowned Wellington College, which opened in 1859 and still maintains the highest standards of education. The local area offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, with dinghy sailing, kayaking and windsurfing all on offer during summer months.
The development is also just 100 yards from the local Doctors surgery and bus stop, offering regular transport to the Meadows Shopping Centre in Camberley, home to the largest Marks and Spencer store in Europe.
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