Light and airy, the one- and two-bedroom Village Apartments at Opus Stoneham Park are set in the grounds close to the Village Centre, O’Spa and swimming pool. For those who want to be within the Village Centre there are a small selection of Village Apartments on the lower ground floor which open on to the stunning Courtyard Garden.
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These spacious, light-filled, and welcoming apartments are designed for easy living. They provide the perfect space to entertain friends and family. All ground floor apartments have access to a private patio, while the majority of first and second floor properties have a spacious balcony, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee. Additionally, they are extremely energy efficient, especially when compared to older properties.
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1-bed apartments from £450,000 | 2-bed apartments from £535,000
One- and two- bedroom
Fully fitted kitchen
En-suite to master
Video door entry
Wi-Fi & Telephone
Patio or balcony
24-hour emergency call system to the onsite team
Access to all facilities
Easy To Use Technology
Broadband is now as important as any other utility, so all apartments come with super-fast broadband and telephone ready to use from the day you move in – what’s more, you can even bring your existing telephone number with you. A digital emergency call system is controlled by an electronic tablet which also acts as a video door entry. The tablet also provides information on what is happening that day, as well as allowing you to book a table in the restaurant or a space on an outing with the transport service.
One thing you will undoubtedly notice about your new apartment is its energy efficiency. Our M&E consultants have compared the energy usage of a Village Apartment to a typical 1960s 4-bedroom house and a 1940s 5-bedroom house. They estimate an apartment at Opus Stoneham Park will use 70% less energy than a typical 1960s 4-bedroom house and 75% less energy than a typical 1940s 5-bedroom house. So, not only could you save money on your energy bills but you could also help to reduce your environmental impact.