Beck House, Twickenham Road, Isleworth

1 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | Guide price £450,000


  • Brand New Apartment
  • Retirement Living
  • High Specification
  • House Manager
  • Club Lounge
  • Landscaped Communal Garden
  • Fully Wheelchair Accessible
  • Video Entryphone System
  • Lift Access
  • Ten-Year Warranty

Beck House is a Retirement Living development, brought to you by McCarthy & Stone - the only housebuilder of any size to win the Home Builders Federation 5 star award for thirteen years running.

This collection of 29 one and two bedroom apartments is finished to the highest standard, and features oak-veneered doors, central heating, double glazing and slip-resistant tiling in the bathrooms.

Plot 7, "The Boyd", is located on the ground floor and consists of a fitted kitchen with ivory-gloss units, a separate living and dining room, accessible bathroom, and a double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe.

The development hosts a selection of additional facilities for residents to enjoy. The Club Lounge forms the heart of the complex and is designed for residents to relax in comfortable surroundings. Landscaped communal gardens offer additional space for relaxation, and a guest suite is available to make it easier for friends and family to visit. A House Manager will be located on site to take care of the daily running of the development as well as facilitating events and activities including book clubs, film nights and day trips. The development is fully wheelchair accessible, and features two passenger lifts going to each floor, as well as a mobility scooter store.

Beck House is a brand-new Retirement Living development designed exclusively for the over-60s, located moments from the pretty and vibrant neighbourhood of Old Isleworth. Beck House is also surrounded by some of London's most popular green spaces, including Richmond Park, Syon Park and Kew Gardens, as well as the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club and Kew Green. Isleworth and St Margarets Mainline stations provide residents with direct transport links into the city centre, while local bus routes facilitate travel around West London, including connections to Heathrow.

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