Retirement homes for sale in Berkshire

Beechcroft has an excellent range of retirement homes for sale in Berkshire, including luxurious one, two and three-bedroom retirement apartments and elegant two and three-bedroom retirement houses.  All Beechcroft’s retirement homes are designed exclusively for the over 55s.

Whether you choose a retirement house or an apartment, you can be sure it will have plenty of light-filled living space and a terrace, a balcony, a private garden or a combination of these along with being located in a beautifully landscaped and fully maintained setting, with allocated parking and electric vehicle charging points.

Why choose to buy a retirement home in Berkshire?  Berkshire is a great place to live – especially if you have the time to enjoy everything the county has to offer.  From Windsor Great Park to the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Berkshire has miles of beautiful countryside to explore.   National Trust properties, set against this scenic background, will give you a delightful insight into the county’s history and heritage.   Whether you enjoy art galleries, theatre, music, sports or vibrant shopping areas – you’ll find what you are looking for in Berkshire - and, with access to the M3 and M4 motorways and rail links, London’s Paddington and Waterloo are within easy reach.

Beechcroft's retirement properties in Berkshire

The houses on sale at Binfield House

Binfield House

Binfield

This exclusive gated retirement development of 29 stylish, two and three-bedroom retirement apartments is set in beautifully landscaped gardens on Hatch Lane, within easy reach of Windsor town centre. These spacious, light-filled new homes feature terraces, balconies, private gardens or a combination of these – and private gardens as well as the landscaped setting are maintained by the estate management service.  There’s allocated parking and electric car charging points and the Estate Manager is on hand to ensure the development and gardens are maintained to a high standard, to provide help and advice when needed and to keep an eye on properties whilst owners are away.

 

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Three-bedroom house

2 Binfield House £610,000

Binfield, Berkshire

Three-bedroom house

8 Binfield House £610,000

Binfield, Berkshire

Two-bedroom apartment

14 Binfield House £575,000

Binfield, Berkshire

Pinewood Place

Windsor

This exclusive gated retirement development of 29 stylish, two and three-bedroom retirement apartments is set in beautifully landscaped gardens on Hatch Lane, within easy reach of Windsor town centre. These spacious, light-filled new homes feature terraces, balconies, private gardens or a combination of these – and private gardens as well as the landscaped setting are maintained by the estate management service.  There’s allocated parking and electric car charging points and the Estate Manager is on hand to ensure the development and gardens are maintained to a high standard, to provide help and advice when needed and to keep an eye on properties whilst owners are away.

 

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Three-bedroom apartment

11 Pinewood Place £725,000

Windsor, Berkshire

Two-bedroom apartment

13 Pinewood Place £615,000

Windsor, Berkshire

Two-bedroom apartment

25 Pinewood Place £599,000

Windsor, Berkshire

Bramley House

Windsor

Forming part of Pinewood Place, the 12 stylish two-bedroom apartments at Bramley House present retirees with close links to Windsor with an opportunity to buy a beautiful apartment at a discounted market price. Designed for the over 55s, these discounted market sale apartments provide light filled living space and either a private garden or a private balcony.   With lift access to upper floor apartments, allocated parking with electric charging points, these are retirement apartments that offer outstanding value for money.   Ask for details on eligibility.

 

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Retirement developments in Berkshire coming soon

Ascot

Beechcroft’s careful conversion of a beautiful Grade II listed manor house will result in the creation of 20 elegant, two and three-bedroom retirement apartments.  A further 14 elegant, newly built, two and three-bedroom retirement houses will complete the development.   Designed with the over 55s in mind, the new homes feature private terraces and balconies.  The beautifully landscaped, fully maintained setting will be superb - featuring an ancient Sweet Chestnut tree, believed to be the oldest and largest in the country.  The launch is anticipated in spring 2025.  Guide prices from £595,000.

 

About Beechcroft's retirement homes for sale in Berkshire

Beechcroft selects the best locations for its retirement developments in Berkshire; each being within easy reach of local shops, services and transport links. 

Both new and converted homes are designed to provide plenty of natural light and an abundance of generously proportioned living space but with fewer bedrooms than mainstream properties of a similar size.  On each Beechcroft retirement development, an Estate Manager takes responsibility for the cleaning and maintenance of the communal areas as well as being on hand to offer help and advice, if and when needed.  Landscaping is a priority and settings are planted to provide year-round colour and interest.  

Within each Beechcroft home, the fixtures and fittings are of the highest standard including bespoke kitchens with a full range of integrated appliances, stylish bathrooms and en-suites which include elegant white sanitaryware, vanity units and fitted mirrors.   Beechcroft homes are also energy-efficient and easy to maintain; many include the Beechcroft Healthihouse specification, designed to create a living environment that promotes good health. 

On retirement developments with a neighbouring care home, Beechcroft’s homeowners are able to take advantage of a menu of additional services from hot daily meals and laundry services to hairdressing and social events.

 

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What makes Berkshire the best location to buy a retirement home?

Berkshire has so much to offer from scenic open countryside, sports, activities and community events to a historic attractions. There’s no shortage of culture – with theatre, art galleries, music – and sporting events galore.

If you’re looking for a location where you can take in the scenery whilst walking or cycling, you’ll love Berkshire.  Much of Berkshire falls within the North Wessex Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  From the heights of Walbury Hill, there are superb views over the county.  Swinley Forest stretches over 2,600 acres between Bracknell and Crowthorne whilst the Kennet Valley, between Reading and Newbury, is perfect walking country.  The most accessible open space – and a wonderful place to walk, cycle or picnic, is the award-winning Great Windsor Park which may be reached on foot from Windsor town centre.

Set against this scenic backdrop, you’ll discover a fabulous choice of sporting activities.  Berkshire is home to 39 golf courses as well as being home to Ascot, Newbury and Royal Windsor Racecourses and to the Berkshire Polo Club.  Of the county’s many tennis clubs, Caversham Lawn Tennis Club is regarded as one of the best – and, of course, there’s the highly-regarded Windsor Lawn Tennis Club. 

Berkshire has a rich heritage. The county is brimming with historic towns, monuments, castles and churches.  Windsor Castle is one of the main tourist attractions but other historic houses worth a visit include the Elizabethan Shaw House near Newbury and Basildon Park, run by the National Trust.   Cliveden House is now a luxury hotel but the park and gardens, run by the National Trust, are well worth a visit.

If you’re in need of retail therapy, Berkshire is home to numerous retail centres. Visit the charming Windsor Royal Station, located opposite Windsor Castle in the town’s Grade II Victorian railway station.  Here, you’ll discover a range of independent retail outlets, along with continental-style café-bars and restaurants.  The Oracle in Reading is a vibrant place to shop with over 80 stores where you’ll find everything under one roof – including places to take a break or pause for lunch.

As you’d expect from a county like Berkshire, there’s a lively cultural scene.  The Theatre Royal, Windsor sits beside the castle.  The Mill at Sonning, set on the banks of the river, is the only dinner theatre in the UK.  The Hexagon Theatre in Reading is a multi-purpose arts venue with a theatre seating 1200 whilst the Corn Exchange, Newbury is a historic 400-seat arts centre offering a full programme of performance from dance, drama and film to music and comedy. 



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Ready to find your dream retirement home in Berkshire

If you’re looking for retirement properties in Berkshire, take a look at Beechcroft’s developments for the over 55s.  You’ll find an exclusive collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom retirement properties for sale – elegant houses as well as luxurious apartments, both new and converted.  These are retirement developments which make life easier and, of course, pets are welcome.

If retiring to Windsor, which offers so much history, heritage, culture and charm, take a look at Pinewood Place and Bramley House.  If you prefer a village setting and a retirement development with historic charge, visit Binfield House – or register interest in the forthcoming development in Ascot. 

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