Situated in a very desirable and central location, its design is beautifully in keeping with the local townscape. Large mature trees screen the front and rear of the site, producing a magnificent sense of grandeur on arrival.
With a proposed choice of 43 one and two bedroom apartments, some of which benefit from a balcony, Campbell House offers you the opportunity to retire in style. The charming landscaped gardens soak up both morning and afternoon sun, with terraces providing the perfect place for socialising with your fellow homeowners. If there’s a nip in the air, the bright and spacious communal lounge is a great place for a tea or coffee and a chat. And the on-site activity studio can host a variety of activities, from crafts and games to exercise classes.
This exclusive Retirement Living Plus development in Weybridge offers you a brand new apartment that’s all yours, while providing that little bit of extra support should you need it. Our support packages are completely flexible, so you will only pay for the assistance you need. It’s all about making your day-to-day life easier. If you don’t feel like cooking, there’s a great-value bistro on-site and for a little extra help with chores, you’ll receive one hour’s domestic assistance per week.
You can rest easy knowing the Estates Manager is overseeing the smooth running of the development. With trained and dedicated staff onsite 24 hours a day, a 24/7 call system and camera entry system, you can feel totally safe and secure in your new home. We also guarantee accessibility throughout, with lifts to all floors. Campbell House has a large car park, a cycle store and a scooter room, and the town has great transport links. The bus stop is within walking distance, allowing you to reach Addlestone and Kingston upon Thames, and from the railway station (just one mile away) there are regular trains to London Waterloo. The M25 is within easy reach, and Heathrow Airport is only 7 miles away. Right on the doorstep you will find several local supermarkets, an array of restaurants and cafes, a pharmacy, a dry cleaners, a medical surgery and a dentist. What’s more, on Weybridge High Street you can find banks, boutiques and a large Waitrose supermarket.
- This development is under construction
- Ideally situated for eateries and amenities
- Excellent transport links, with the railway station nearby
- Flexible care packages available
- Close to Weybridge Green and the River Wey
- Spacious apartments with modern specification
- Communal lounge
- Guest suite
- Estates Manager
- Car parking
- Lifts to all floors
- Camera entry system
- Care provisions
What you can expect to pay
Take a look through our Retirement Living PLUS service charge costs.
Each year, we help residents set the budget that they need for retirement. Although we cannot guarantee that our Retirement Living PLUS service charges will remain the same for year to year, our many statutory safeguards will remain in place, to ensure that your opinions are recognised and acknowledged when defining budgets.
*Please note that not all the listed costs below apply for our Retirement Living PLUS properties. Also, our charges are calculated on an average sized development. You can find more information on our service charges here and for full details on a specific development please speak to your sales consultant.
About Retirement Living PLUS
Living in Weybridge
Bounded to the north by the River Thames, the quintessential town of Weybridge offers easy access to all that London has to offer, while being surrounded by the beautiful Surrey countryside. Being so close to the river, why not take in the sights and history of London on a River Thames cruise. Glide past iconic and historical landmarks and buildings, including Kew Gardens, Hampton Court and Westminster.
Weybridge has also long been associated with aviation and motoring. Brooklands Museum is on the site of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, opened in 1907, and one of Britain’s first airfields. Brooklands is also the home of Concorde. If you’re interested in motoring and/or aviation, it’s really not one to be missed. For the keen golfers among you, there’s St George‘s Hill Golf Club. Open to both visitors and members, it celebrated its centenary in 2012–13. Another long-standing club, Weybridge Cricket Club was established in 1924. It is happy to welcome spectators and organises social events throughout the year, from dances to quiz nights.
The nearby Kingston upon Thames is easily accessible and is an excellent shopping hub. The bright and beautifully designed shopping centre hosts 75 stores and an array of eateries. For those who love the great outdoors, Kingston is also home to Bushy Park. The second largest of the capital’s eight Royal Parks, it boasts a spectacular mix of waterways, gardens and grasslands, and even has roaming herds of red and fallow deer.
The development is conveniently located with a Tesco Express just 200 feet away. The High Street can also be reached in 0.7 miles, and here you’ll find a range of shops, eateries, banks and cafés.
Residents can enjoy the three large parks in Weybridge, which are all under 1 mile away. Here you’ll find open meadows, bowling greens and tennis courts.
Weybridge Railway Station is also just 1 mile away and provides 94 trains a day to London.