Renaissance Villages - Millbrook Village, EX2
WELCOME TO MILLBROOK VILLAGE - an exclusive new retirement village
Nestled in a peaceful setting close to the river in the heart of the historic cathedral city of Exeter, Millbrook Village embodies the perfect blend of luxurious, independent retirement living combined with the comfort and security of an exclusive village community.
The Village offers a selection of luxury two- and three-bedroom cottages and one-and two-bedroom apartments, finished to the highest of standards throughout, all centered around a stylish private Club House featuring a bar, restaurant, pool, gym and many more hotel-style facilities for residents to enjoy.
The development has been thoughtfully designed by multi award winning experts in creating beautiful, high quality retirement living. Therefore Millbrook, like all of our villages, offers the active, independent lifestyle we know is so treasured by each one of our residents, with the reassurance of knowing someone is always there to help should you need it.
If you’d like more information please contact us and a member of our team will be happy to help.
The Westcountry is one of the most desirable places in the UK to live, with the perfect combination of bustling towns and cities blended with stunning moors, enviable beaches and chocolate box villages for residents of Millbrook Village and their guests to enjoy.
Devon’s capital city, Exeter, has long been viewed by its residents as one of the ‘best kept secrets’ in the UK. However, the ‘secret’ is increasingly being recognised, with a wonderful mix of high street and independent shops, a wide selection of restaurants, theatres and cinemas, a Premiership rugby team, excellent local golf courses and plenty of other attractions for Millbrook Village residents to explore – all only a few minutes’ drive or bus ride from the Village.
Despite evolving with impressive new developments such as the £170 million Princesshay shopping centre, Exeter remains at heart a historic city, with an imposing cathedral dating back to the 1400s, the remains of its original Roman wall still providing an interesting attraction and many original Tudor buildings lining its high street.
There aren’t many cities in the UK that are minutes away from some of the country’s most famed beaches but also a short drive from the rugged beauty of Dartmoor National Park. It also boasts an international airport and is only a couple of hours on the train from London, with excellent motorway links to the rest of the country.