Audley celebrates completion of Ellerslie Retirement Village phase II!

At an opening attended by more than 100 guests, Audley Ellerslie Phase II has officially opened its doors. Audley owners, Gaunt Francis project architects, the design team, and members of the local community came together to celebrate this key milestone with a champagne reception and lunch.

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Guests gathered for the celebrations

Set against the backdrop of the Worcestershire countryside, Ellerslie Retirement Village is situated in the beautiful spa town of Malvern. Construction of Ellerslie phase II began in May 2016 and comprises 101 retirement properties. Three restored Victorian mansions, including a Grade II listed building, form the centrepiece of the village, complemented by a restored Lodge and a group of sympathetically designed and carefully placed new-build properties.

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Luxury one and two bedroom apartments 

The village is home to a mix of one and two bedroom apartments and offers luxury facilities including a health club, library, and restaurant, which will be accessible to both owners and the local community.

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Luxury one and two bedroom apartments

Gaunt Francis Director, Gavin Birt, expressed “We are privileged to have been given the opportunity to design and deliver another care community for the Audley Group. The village has been conceived as a series of substantial villas. These have varying styles and utilise different materials but form a cohesive whole around the jewel of Lind House – all taking advantage of the wonderful views of the Vale of Evesham from the base of the magnificent Malvern hills”.

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Audley Ellerslie Club

Ellerslie Phase I was completed last June, which consisted of 17 apartments and one cottage, all complementing the original Victorian architecture.

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Aldwyn’s Bistro

 

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