Longcross Place

Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 9EF

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Key features

Energy efficient & easy to maintain

Beautifully-landscaped and fully-maintained setting

Allocated Parking

Private terraces, gardens or balconies

Community of like-minded neighbours

High quality specification

10 year warranty

Healthihouse™ specification

Development highlights

  • Designed exclusively for the over 55s

  • Two-bedroom apartments

  • Well served by transport links both locally and further afield

  • Electric car charging points

  • Pets welcomed

  • Estate Management Service

Tucked away just off Winterbrook, approximately half-a-mile from the town centre, Longcross Place is an exclusive retirement development. The 2 one-bedroom and 21 two-bedroom apartments are set in beautifully landscaped and fully maintained gardens.

Designed for the over 55s, these new apartments provide plenty of airy, light-filled living space, terraces, gardens or balconies and allocated parking. There’s a communal lounge with a kitchenette and a terrace, where residents will be able to relax and socialise.

Each new home meets Beechcroft’s rigorous Healthihouse™ standards, featuring high-quality fixtures and fittings designed to promote a healthy and hygienic living environment.

An Estate Manager is on hand to maintain the communal areas and landscaped setting, so you can relax into retirement at the heart of this friendly community of independent, like-minded people.

Downsize without compromise in Wallingford

Each Beechcroft home at the new development in Wallingford will provide plenty of light-filled living space, designed according to Beechcroft’s principle of creating high-quality homes with an abundance of living space.

The fixtures and fittings are of the highest quality; kitchens include bespoke cabinets and a full range of top brand appliances, bathrooms include vanity units and mirrors, wardrobes are fitted in the main bedrooms and flooring, including carpeting, is included. Where possible, each new home will feature outside space – in the form of a terrace, balcony, private garden or a combination of these, along with allocated parking. The landscaped gardens will be a delight with a variety of plants to provide texture, colour and year-round interest. 


Two-bedroom apartment

3 Longcross Place £585,000

Two-bedroom apartment

5 Longcross Place £565,000

Two-bedroom apartment

10 Longcross Place £570,000

Two-bedroom apartment

14 Longcross Place £570,000

Two-bedroom apartment

16 Longcross Place £560,000

Two-bedroom apartment

19 Longcross Place £555,000

One-bedroom apartment

20 Longcross Place £399,950

Two-bedroom apartment

22 Longcross Place £555,000

Two-bedroom apartment

23 Longcross Place £499,950


Two-bedroom apartment

1 Longcross Place


Two-bedroom apartment

7 Longcross Place

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Finishing touches

A range of integrated appliances in the kitchen

Stone surround fireplace

10 year warranty

Low energy fitment pendant lights

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Behind the name: Longcross Place

When selecting a name for its latest development in Wallingford, the Beechcroft team looked to the town’s illustrious past – and particularly Wallingford’s Royal Mint which played a significant role in the economy of both the town and the region during the Anglo-Saxon period.

Today the coinage, dating from the 11th century, is still of interest, offering insights into the economic and political landscape of the time.  

Beechcroft’s previous retirement developments in Wallingford were similarly inspired being named Silversmith Place, Shilling House and Crown House so when the team acquired land at Winterbrook to create a collection of just 23 apartments, it was natural to choose another Mint-related name.

Longcross Place has been inspired by Wallingford’s Long Cross pennies, silver pennies minted from around 1247 to 1279 and featuring a ‘long cross’ extending to the perimeter of the coin to prevent illegal ‘clipping’ of the silver at the coin’s edge.

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