Anticipation builds as Renaissance Retirement put the finishing touches at Wantage

Renaissance Retirement is putting the finishing touches to its highly anticipated development in the centre of Wantage.

Fleur-de-Lis, comprising 32 spacious one and two bed luxury private apartments on Church Street, is due for first occupation at the end of the summer.

The first new build development of its kind in the town for over 10 years, the development has attracted extensive interest and is over 20 per cent reserved off-plan.

Matt Smith, sales director of Renaissance Retirement, said: "There's been a good deal of interest and we are delighted to have taken so many reservations off plan. We are looking forward to our grand opening and are now taking names for that event.

"Our message is not to think 'downsizing' but 'rightsizing'. We have some very spacious apartments on offer which, we think will surprise people and are really suited to retirement living."

Chris Wotton, marketing director at Renaissance Retirement, added: "We believe prospective buyers will be thrilled with how the apartment will look inside. It will be one of the major new homes' launches this year in the region and not one to miss."

Ideally suited to those seeking to maintain a quality standard of independent living, each of the private apartments is connected to emergency call systems and 24-hour security, as well as an on-site concierge who is on hand to assist owners and oversee the development's daily operation. A stylish owners' lounge and guest suite are also accessible to all owners.

For more information about Fleur-de-Lis Wantage, to request a brochure or a home visit from one of our team, please click here.

L-R: marketing manager Stevie Barratt and assistant site manager Aaron Green.