Combining a convenient town centre location, an elegant collection of 60 independent apartments for residents over 65 and a design that prioritises sustainability and resident wellbeing, Eden is launching its new collection of homes in Newbury’s historic centre this summer.
Located on Bartholomew Street in the heart of town, the development will provide stylish, modern and practical homes to a wide range of residents. Buyers have the choice of one or two-bedroom apartments, as well as a selection of penthouses; each of which has its own rooftop garden. Each apartment offers independence and a place with which to retreat.
The homes will be arranged across a collection of three and four-storey buildings; the contemporary red-brick design sensitively complements the surrounding Georgian architecture. The buildings are set in a horseshoe overlooking a central landscaped courtyard, making it easy for residents to socialise with their neighbours.
Amenities will include a large residents’ living space overlooking the outdoor courtyard, a 24-hour concierge service and a private restaurant. There will be undercroft car parking, as well as cycle and accessibility scooter storage.
Liam Kelly, Managing Partner at Eden, commented: “The Bartholomew Street development is a fantastic illustration of what Eden stands for. We believe it takes more than bricks and mortar to make a home – we want our residents to be healthy, happy and connected to each other and the wider community. Our shared facilities will encourage people to make friends and build relationships – vital for wellbeing, especially in later life. In addition, our services can be tailored to suit personal requirements. We look forward to launching these homes later in 2019.”
Newbury is a picturesque market town nestled in the heart of West Berkshire on the outskirts of the Berkshire Downs. The town has an abundance of amenities catering to everyday requirements, including a local post office, a mix of well-known high street names and local independents and the West Berkshire Museum.
It has beautiful walking and cycling trails along the neighbouring banks of the River Kennet making it perfect for families to have a day out and enjoy the scenery. Highclere Castle, a 5,000-acre estate in Hampshire, known for its role as Downtown Abbey in the popular television series, is five miles south of Newbury.
There are over 25 local bus services run via Newbury bus station, to destinations including Marlborough, Theale, Basingstoke and more. Trains from Newbury station – moments away from Bartholomew Street – reach London Paddington in less than an hour, and Reading in less than 20 minutes. For day trips, historic Oxford is 26 miles away.
One-bedroom apartments at Pearl House are priced from £275,000. To be one of the first to register your interest, visit https://edenrl.com/portfolio/newbury/