The English Courtyard Association and The Beechcroft Trust - synonymous with the very best in retirement housing since the 1980s.
Thames Bank was completed in 1999 and retains the Edwardian style of Goring’s riverside properties and the new building compliments the 19th century stabling, converted into five cottages.
Services include an Estate Manager and personal alarm system, underground garaging and 300 feet of Thames frontage.Mature landscaped gardens sloping down to the river.
A hundred yards to the south is Goring Lock and the High Street.With the heart of a village and the facilities of a small town, Goring has over 70 local organisations.
Good road communications with easy access to the M4 and A34 and regular rail services to London
11' 8'' x 6' 2'' (3.56m x 1.89m)
Fully carpeted hallway with slimline storage heating, and airing cupboard with immersion tank operating on Economy 7.
18' 3'' x 12' 10'' (5.56m x 3.92m)
Lounge enjoys a lot of light and is heated by two storage heaters and has views to the courtyard.
View from lounge
16' 10'' x 8' 0'' (5.14m x 2.44m)
Fully fitted kitchen with wooden flooring, double glazed window, and door leading to a private patio area. Features of the kitchen include a waist high oven, fitted microwave and fridge freezer. Additional features include a dishwasher, washing machine ceramic cooking hob and extractor hood.
Private patio area
15' 5'' x 10' 5'' (4.71m x 3.17m)
Situated on the first floor the main bedroom has storage heating, rasised electrical points and walk in wardrobe space.
12' 0'' x 7' 7'' (3.66m x 2.32m)
Second bedroom has slimline storage heating and walk in storage space.
6' 3'' x 5' 1'' (1.90m x 1.56m)
Cloakroom has vinyl flooring, heated towel rail, mirror fronted cupboard, w/c and wash basin. This room is double glazed and is also home to the tumble drier.
8' 0'' x 5' 7'' (2.44m x 1.69m)
Bathroom has a bath with shower,vinyl flooring, safety grab rails and a wall mounted heater.
View from Thames