17th Jan 2017
Anyone who is thinking of retiring to Berkhamsted will need to put Saturday 4 February in their diaries because this is the date that Beechcroft Developments, plans to launch Birch Place, a new development designed for the over 55s in the heart of Berkhamsted.
In total, Birch Place will comprise 23 new, two and three-bedroom apartments, three bedroom houses and two penthouses – one with two-bedrooms and a roof terrace and another with three bedrooms and two balconies. The development, set on Berkhamsted High Street, will have private parking – and will incorporate the town’s new library.
As on all Beechcroft developments, an Estate Manager will be on hand to deal with the day-to-day administration of the development including the maintenance of the communal areas and the landscaping. The Manager will also be on hand to provide assistance and advice if necessary and to keep an eye on properties whilst owners are away.
The new homes have been designed to be energy-efficient and easy to maintain as well as being stylish with a high quality specification.
“We are delighted with the level of interest we have received in Birch Place already,” comments Angela South, Sales and Marketing Director for Beechcroft. “The High Street location couldn’t be better – it’s ideally placed for those who have retired and don’t want to travel far to do their shopping or to meet friends for coffee or lunch. We advise anyone who is keen to attend the launch to contact the sales team as we are expecting a good response.”
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.