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Austen Place

Lower Turk Street Alton Hampshire, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1FZ View on map
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This development in Alton is located right near the banks of the River Wey in Hampshire. The development comprises 27 one bedroom and 29 two bedroom apartments, exclusively for those over 70 is located just 200m from the town centre.

Austen Place offers the level of freedom needed for homeowners to maintain independence for longer and live retirement to the full. There is an on-site, 24 hour, Estates Team and 24 hour call system so residents can receive flexible care and support in their own home, in addition, all external property maintenance including gardening and window cleaning is taken care of. There are many facilities on offer such as an on-site restaurant providing a delicious three-course lunch daily and a convenient guest suite for visitors to stay overnight.

Spread across three storeys, this development boasts beautifully landscaped gardens. There will be 41 permit holder car parking spaces and 4 visitor spaces.

Each apartment at Austen Place benefits from either a ground floor terrace or its own private balcony as well as social spaces including a Club lounge for meeting up with friends, family and neighbours.

Development Highlights

  • Located near the banks of the River Wey
  • All apartments have either a balcony or patio
  • Located in a thriving country market town
  • 0.2 miles from Sainsbury's
  • Luxurious social spaces including a Club lounge and on-site restaurant
  • Flexible care tailored to your needs and preferences

Key Features

  • Car Club
  • Camera entry system
  • 24/7 call system
  • Estates Manager
  • Guest suite
  • Communal lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Balconies

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You can rent a retirement home on this development. Renting is an easy, flexible and quick way to enjoy life in a McCarthy Stone community. Did you know? Our retirement rental prices include the service charge and ground rent.

Living at Austen Place

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Living in Alton

Alton is sometimes called 'Jane Austen's town' as the famous author once lived in nearby Chawton and often did her shopping in Alton. You can still visit her house, where she wrote her most famous works including Pride and Prejudice and Emma, which today has been magnificently restored into a museum dedicated to her life. 

Aside from Jane Austen, Alton is also known for its mix of historic buildings and modern architecture, as well as its popular Tuesday market. Alton's high street is well equipped with several supermarkets, local amenities and a grocery store selling locally-sourced goods. There are also a variety of restaurants, a second hand bookstore, an arts and crafts shop and vintage boutiques. The town has a modern library, a sports centre with a swimming pool, gym and several courts, and an arts museum. 

Alton is easy to get to and has good road connections to London and the surrounding southern counties and coastal towns. Trains from Alton Station run a service direct to London Waterloo, as well as New Alresford, Bentley, Farnham, Aldershot, Woking, Wimbledon and Clapham Junction.



Alton Facts:
13 miles
from Basingstoke
Austen Place
Lower Turk Street Alton Hampshire, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1FZ
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  • Conveniently situated close to these local amenities:
  • Nationwide
  • Santander
  • Alton Library
  • Boots
  • Lloyds Pharmacy
  • Post Office
  • The Kings Head
  • Prezzo
  • Estee Lauder
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Sainsbury's

Austen Place can be found on Lower Turk Street, with a Sainsbury’s only 0.1 miles away.

Less than 0.2 miles from the development is the High Street. Here you’ll find a large selection of amenities, including a choice of bank branches, a Post Office and Iceland Foods.

A train station 0.5 miles away provides services to cities including Basingstoke and Reading. There are also golf courses, gyms and leisure centres in the surrounding area.

Getting to Location

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Our people

The Team at Austen Place

Matthew Dean
National Multi Tenure Support Manager

Offers Too Good To Miss

  • Unlock stress free driving and endless destinations

    The Car Club is a great way to use a car when you need it without the hassle of owning one! Enabling you to book a car on your development at any time day or night, for as little as 30 minutes, to a weekend away. All you need to do is follow three easy steps.

    Find out more about this exciting opportunity below.

    *Ts & Cs apply.

  • We can help reduce the hassle of selling your current property

    Moving home no longer has to be a daunting experience or take forever. If your current property qualifies for Part Exchange*, you’ll effectively have a cash buyer. So you’ll avoid all the usual uncertainty and frustration.

    To find our more please call 0800 201 4811.

  • Try before you buy

    If you’ve been thinking about what living in one of our developments is really like, now is the perfect time to give it a try. We are offering a complimentary two night stay in one of our fully furnished retirement apartments.

    To arrange a stay call us on 0800 201 4811.

Please note that images are for illustrative purposes only. Images may include upgrades and optional extras which may be available for you to purchase at an additional cost. Please click here for further explanations. Floor plans and pricing are accurate at time of publication. Floor plans are for guidance purposes only and are subject to change. Prices may fluctuate depending on market conditions and availability.