Overview

Wantage Wantage Address: Fleur-de-Lis Wantage, Church Street, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 8BW

Grand Opening - Friday 20 & Saturday 21 October 2017. Your chance to reserve an apartment at the Grand Opening of the No.1 retirement development in Wantage is fast approaching. There are a limited number of appointments available. The four time slots are:

Friday 20 October: 10:00 – 12:00 & 14:00 – 16:00
Saturday 21 October: 10:00 – 12:00 & 14:00 – 16:00

To reserve a place in your preferred time slot please Freephone 0800 625 0026. Cream tea will be available throughout the day and our experts will be on hand to discuss part exchange, selling your current home and our free moving service


Construction at the No.1 retirement development in Wantage is well underway with an expected completion in autumn 2017. Please register your interest to receive a brochure in the post and be kept up-to-date on construction progress and sales events.

Fleur-de-Lis Wantage will comprise 32 spacious one and two bedroom luxury apartments and 15 on-site car parking spaces. Close to all amenities and a few minutes’ walk from the high street, the development will be completed in autumn 2017.

We have designed the development to be sympathetic to its surrounding and ensure the correct detailing is used to reflect and work in harmony with local architecture.

“This is very good news for many local people who will be looking to downsize into a stunning new development in the heart of Wantage. It also frees up valuable housing stock for families in the area.

“Wantage is a delightful historic market town and we feel privileged to be part of its very fabric going forward.”

Wantage’s links with its past are very strong – King Alfred the Great was born in the town, and there are literary connections to Sir John Betjeman and Thomas Hardy. The historic market town is the gateway to the Ridgeway – an ancient route through downland, secluded valleys and woodland – where you can enjoy magnificent views of the Vale of White Horse, observe its prehistoric hill figure and pass through countless quintessential English country villages in the Vale.