The medieval market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, offers the perfect backdrop for luxurious living. With a range of one and two bedroom apartments designed exclusively for the over 55s, the new development from Ortus Homes puts quality first.
Stratford-upon-Avon promises a sought after location for those seeking extravagance and a premium lifestyle. Each apartment has been designed by an interior designer, with a strong use of natural finishes which complement the beautiful leafy surroundings.
Many of the superior apartments in this development will feature stunning countryside views and the conveniences and amenities of the local town centre are just over a mile away on the picturesque Banbury Road. A local Waitrose store offers a good selection of food and necessities. The development is perfectly located for people hoping to visit towns in the surrounding area including Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, Broom, Alcester, Sherbourne, Warwick, Moreton Morrell, Wilmcote, Evesham, Leamington Spa and Bishopton.
A Facilities Manager is available at the property to oversee routine maintenance and to maintain a high standard of living. Upkeep, including window cleaning and gardening of the beautiful communal grounds, is included in the annual service charge, leaving homeowners free to enjoy their time as they please.
All Ortus developments feature added security benefits including camera entry systems and fully monitored alarm and fire detection systems.
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Construction start date, sales release and first occupation are still to be confirmed and are subject to planning permission.
Lying on the banks of the beautiful river Avon and just eight miles south west of Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon is a bustling medieval market town and an enviable location.
For a spot of people watching the Bancroft Gardens and river area offer a beautiful backdrop for a peaceful day out. Enjoy a picnic and watch a variety of street entertainers as they show off their skills, from juggling to acrobatics. In the summer the river is often busy with rowing boats, motor boats and river cruises, as well as other river activities. The Swan Fountain overlooks the main lawn area. It was unveiled in 1996 by Queen Elizabeth II to recognise the town’s historical market, which has been running since 1196. The Stratford canal is also a great place to observe narrow boats as they make their way towards Birmingham.
Providing a rich sense of local history The Royal Shakespeare Company regularly perform The Bard’s plays in the beautiful theatre close to the river’s banks, drawing visitors from far and wide to learn more about the enigmatic playwright, who has entertained millions and become known as one of the world’s greatest writers.
Stratford-upon-Avon is located just six miles from the M40 for easy connections to the capital and across the Midlands. The local railway station also offers regular services to Warwick, Leamington Spa, Birmingham, and central London.