Situated in the heart of Andover, this estate comprises 35 apartments which benefit from attractive gardens plus a lounge, laundry and guest room.
An estate manager oversees buildings and grounds maintenance plus repairs, as well as helping residents to access further help and support if required. Regular social activities take place, which add to the sense of community here.
Local amenities are all close by and a regular bus service to other nearby towns is available locally.
Andover is a thriving town in Hampshire close to the World Heritage site of Stonehenge and the cathedral town of Winchester. It lies on the River Anton. It has many amenities including golf clubs, parks, lakes, woodland walks, a sports centre with swimming pool and a good selection of shops.
Bowls has been played in Andover since 1913 and the local club has over 90 members. Winchester is just over 17 miles away and is home to the UK's largest and most successful farmers' markets. Salisbury, 30 minutes away, also has a bustling market and an array of high street stores.
Things to do
Watermills have played an important part in Andover's history; Rooksbury Mill is one of the few surviving mill buildings in Andover. The existence of Rooksbury Mill is first recorded by name in the 17th century. Nearby Winchester is the home of the award-winning Blue Apple Theatre, an inclusive company of actors with and without learning disability.
The development is conveniently situated centrally within Andover with access to the A303 and a 15 minute drive to junction 8 of the M3. Regular bus services run to nearby Winchester, Basingstoke, Salisbury and Andover is served by a mainline station with frequent trains running into Salisbury, Exeter and London Waterloo.
Distance to GP: 0.05 miles
Distance to shop: 0 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.02 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles