We are delighted to announce Millbrook Village in Exeter is once again sponsoring Toby’s Garden Festival!
Millbrook Village is a retirement village in the heart of Exeter, offering a total of 164 properties in an idyllic position on the upper banks of the River Exe and close to Exeter city centre. The village comprises a mixture of two and three bedroom cottages and one and two bedroom apartments, which are all finished to the highest standard, with spacious rooms, stylish fixtures and fittings, and a private terrace or balcony.
The village centres around a clubhouse which provides residents with a range of health and leisure amenities within walking distance of their homes. Springbok Hall boasts country club-style facilities including a restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool, spa, library, snooker room and activity rooms as well as a medical centre with a visiting doctor. The village also provides a wealth of opportunity for socialising, with many resident-run clubs and calendar of activities including sports and arts classes and trips to outside attractions. There is also regular film showings in the on-site cinema in Springbok Hall.
At Millbrook Village every property benefits from either a garden or a terrace and there is also a newly landscaped communal Italian garden, for residents to enjoy. Last year, festival host Toby Buckland, presenter for BBC Gardeners’ World and Chelsea Flower Show 2017, visited Millbrook Village to select the winning entries of the gardening competition. Residents were invited to submit either a terrace or balcony into the competition, with Toby choosing the winners based on innovative use of space and creative design.
Renaissance Villages is an award-winning retirement developer that specialises in delivering high quality, age-exclusive homes for discerning buyers, set within new village communities. Renaissance Villages also has retirement villages in Liphook, Hampshire, Faygate in West Sussex and in Great Alne in Warwickshire.
For more information, please visit www.millbrookvillage.co.uk or call 01392 275 335.