23a Leyton RoadHarpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2FH
Contact us on: 01903 890051
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Exclusive living for the over 60's!
This collection of open-plan apartments, set in charming Harpenden, is by award-winning architects RCKa. The design was inspired by the town's Arts and Crafts architecture, and its three white, pitch-roofed pavilions fit in well with the other distinguished architecture along Leyton Road.
Set around a courtyard planted with beautiful, seasonal blooms, this sociable community includes a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, well situated between Harpenden town and popular Rothamsted Park.
The lifestyle here lets you embrace time spent outdoors while enjoying life as part of a sociable community of independent people.
Set in the green Hertfordshire countryside, Harpenden is the gateway to the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Originally a farming community famous for its flowering meadows, this thriving town today offers a wealth of restaurants, boutiques and cultural events. Whether you're attracted to the photography club, the tapas bars or town centre shops, a world of opportunities is right on your doorstep.
And when you want to explore further afield, St Albans is a 5 minute train journey away, while St Pancras International and Luton Airport can be reached by train in 25 minutes.
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