Retirement Villages - South East England
Audley develops and operates luxury retirement communities. At the heart of each community is a feature building with the facilities you'd hope to find in a country house hotel. And should you ever need a hand at home, Audley will provide that as well.
Bramshott Place Village has a wide selection of two and three bedroom cottages and two bedroom apartment designs, all finished to exacting standards. Inside, the high quality fittings include Alno kitchens with granite work surfaces and underfloor heating throughout the property.
Our younger and more elderly residents alike combine independent and active lifestyles with the benefits of living in a community of like-minded people, enjoying the tranquillity of village life while taking advantage of good transport links to London.
Built around a garden courtyard the 20 apartments and two cottages have all been carefully designed to provide light, airy and very spacious accommodation.
Elmbridge Village, on the fringes of Cranleigh in Surrey, was our very first village and, indeed, the first privately-owned retirement community in the country.
Grove Place is a charming community of one, two and three bedroom bungalows and apartments set within the 27 acres of grounds of this enchanting, 16th Century, Grade I listed Manor House.
Everything about Mayford Grange is five star; from the beautifully finished apartments to the traditional vernacular styling of the exteriors, the freshly cooked restaurant meals to the designer-styled clubhouse facilities.
New Care Horizons
New Care Horizons Ltd is a company which has been established to take a leading role at the forefront of the care revolution which is necessary for the 21st century.
Richmond Villages, Letcombe Regis
Wouldn't it be nice to live free of the stresses of modern life? To be surrounded by like-minded neighbours who want to get the most out of life? A safe community filled with social opportunities and beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces in which to retreat?
Enjoying a picture postcard setting on the banks of the river it takes its name from is Thamesfield retirement village. The three acres of manicured, landscaped gardens, slope gently down to the banks of the river and afford views up and down stream towards the historic town of Henley-on-Thames.