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23/01/2023 Homewood Grove, General, Blog
Retiring in style in Surrey
Homewood Grove retirement village in Surrey will offer a fresh approach to retirement living in the area – a selection of beautifully designed homes with thoughtful and practical touches set in landscaped grounds for people over 60 who want to live life to the full.
Homewood Grove is set to be a vibrant retirement community where you are always made welcome and has an enviable location. Set in leafy countryside 1.5 miles to the west of Chertsey, Homewood Grove is conveniently located to enjoy the many attractions that Surrey has to offer.
Residents will live among fully manicured gardens, with an outside terrace off the bar and bistro, great for socialising with friends and neighbours, and a boules court and croquet lawn. There will also be direct, convenient pedestrian access to neighbouring Homewood Park and the renowned Foxhills Country Club, with its two golf courses and facilities is also next door.
At the heart of community will be the hub for social activity. This is the place for meeting with friends old and new over a midday coffee or hiring the private dining room for a special occasion with your family. It also houses the gym, wellbeing spa, dance studio and salon. When you retire in Surrey, there are a number of hidden gems you can visit to enjoy your retirement in style.
What can you do in Surrey?
The retirement village is located 1.5 miles from historic Chertsey, home to a number of listed buildings, including the Cedars which houses Chertsey Museum. This has free admission and houses some fine collections, including: history of the Runnymede area, local archaeology and history of Chertsey Abbey, fine art, decorative art and social history including many documents and photographs.
Situated conveniently just off the M25, the town sits on the Thames with the 18th century Chertsey Bridge crossing the river, where you will find a selection of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and parks. Ottershaw Village and the bustling towns of Addlestone, Weybridge, Staints-Upon-Thames and Woking are also nearby for some shopping trips and days out.
One of the most beautiful attractions is the neighboring Homewood Park, which offers 23 hectares of nature trails, pathways suitable for wheelchairs, cycle routes, horse trails and woodland which surrounds the grade II listed Botley Manor Mansion, now a stunning wedding venue.
The renowned Foxhills Country Club, with award winning golf course and delightful restaurants and leisure facilities is only a mere 1.2 miles away for those that enjoy a round of golf in their retirement.
Where else can you visit when you retire in the Surrey?
Further afield you could visit places such as:
Hampton court Palace
Here you can experience the public dramas and private lives of Henry VIII, his wives and children in the world of the Tudor court and admire Henry’s Great Hall and Tudor kitchens. Discover the spectacular baroque palace built for William III and Mary II and explore Hampton Court Palace’s outdoor spaces and 60 acres of magnificent gardens.
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. It is open to visitors throughout the year. Founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, it has since been the home of 40 monarchs. The Castle is open to the public all year round and is a must-see.
LegoLand Windsor Resort
The very popular theme park and resort is not far from our retirement village, so would make a great trip for any Grandchildren visiting.
At Rangeford Villages' we create beautiful, aspirational places for residents to enjoy later life, in safe, secure and homely surroundings. There are so many things to do when you retire in Surrey and Homewood Grove will become a thriving community of socially connected, independent people who together create a vibrant village atmosphere.
Register for our exclusive preview event at Foxhills Country Club. Anticipated Marketing Suite launch January 2023, and Showhome summer 2023.
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