5th Aug 2015
On Saturday 15th August, retirement property specialist Beechcroft will be celebrating the launch of three new show homes at Rothschild Place, Tring. With a three-storey, three-bedroom converted house, a brand new two-bedroom cottage and a two bedroom converted mews house on show, there’s plenty of choice for homebuyers over the age of 55. Rothschild Place is the result of Beechcroft’s careful conversion of the former Rose & Crown Hotel, a landmark building on Tring’s High Street, along with the addition of a collection of newly built homes. This development has been particularly popular with homebuyers over the age of 55 in the local area and further afield because of the outstanding town centre location, the style and specification – and the choice of converted and new homes. The show homes on offer all feature private terraces and come complete with carpets, curtains, window blinds and light fittings. The Courtyard show home is an elegant three-storey, three-bedroom converted house, priced at £695,000. The Orchard Mews show home, priced at £560,000 is a new two-bedroom house with spacious drawing room, dining room, sun room with access to the terrace and lawned garden and a private balcony. The Mews show home is a converted two bedroom house, available on a shared ownership basis through Beechcroft at £375,000.
Beechcroft is a leading UK retirement developer building outstanding homes for the over 55s in Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Middlesex, Gloucester and Kent. Beechcroft’s retirement houses and apartments offer award-winning landscaped settings and estate management services, access to shops and services and a community of like-minded people.
This is independent retirement living at its best - perfect retirement properties for the over 55’s to live in or lock up and leave.