We are pleased to announce that the show complex at our beautiful new development of Retirement Living apartments in Yate is open for viewing. Coopers Court is a delightful development of 44 one and two bedroom apartments located on Blue Cedar Close.
As standard, all apartments feature triple glazing, a fitted kitchen, shower room and underfloor heating throughout each of the rooms. All ground floor apartments feature a patio whilst all first floor apartments include a balcony. Selected properties feature ensuite shower rooms and all have walk in wardrobes.
The homeowners' lounge provides an ideal space for socialising with friends and neighbours. Relax on the comfy sofas and curl up with a good book or spend the day drinking tea and catching up with family, who are more than welcome at Coopers Court. This stunning development also features laundry facilities, giving you more room and peace in your apartment.
The development is in an ideal location with easy access to the local area and amenities and is just 1 mile from the high street where stores and supermarkets, such as Tesco and Morrisons, can be found. One Stop is conveniently a 0.1 mile walk from the development.
Bristol and Bath are within easy reach by public transport and by car. Yate railway station is on the main Bristol to Birmingham line servicing Bristol Parkway, Cam and Dursley. Regular bus services link Yate with Bristol City Centre.
The Gloucestershire town of Yate is 11 miles north east of Bristol, at the south western tip of the Cotswolds. More than 1000 years old, the town was mentioned in the Saxon Chronicles and the Domesday Book.
Yate Town Council organise events such as the traditional free Kingsgate Park Easter Egg Hunt and Easter bonnet parade. Also there is the free 2-day Community Music Festival which takes place in Kingsgate Park each summer. This is a very popular event, attracting in the region of 5,000 people each year.
Every month Yate Heritage Centre holds a range of exciting events such as architecture days, Open Art Exhibitions and history group meetings.