Retirement Homes for Sale in Berkshire

Reading is a modern university town and important regional centre with extensive shopping facilities including the Oracle which includes a cinema village with restaurants and cafes and most high street names. Broad Street has John Lewis amongst other well-known stores.There are numerous sport and leisure facilities, theatres and museums including Blakes Lock Museum, The Museum of English Life at the University and the Museum of Reading with its fine Roman displays depicting life in the first centuries AD. The museum also has the only full length replica of the Bayeux Tapestry. Oscar Wilde wrote his famous 'Ballad of Reading Gaol' during his enforced stay in the town. 

Reading remains the major West Berkshire town with good communications, shopping and liesure facilities but now Newbury has its own John Lewis. Badsworth Gardens in Newbury is situated in a well-established residential area on the south-western approaches to the town and consists of 27 one, two, three and four bedroom cottages and apartments. The gardens and extensive woodland screening on the fringes of the development create a sense of peaceful seclusion yet local shops, church and Doctor's surgery are all less than half a mile away. Cognatum has several retirement homes for sale in West Berkshire. Click on an estate below to find out more:

Badsworth Gardens – Newbury