Archers Way, Amesbury, Wiltshire
Evergreen Court consists of 60 one and two-bedroom flats for rent and shared ownership.
Amesbury is mentioned in Domesday as having eight mills but it has a much older pedigree. In Old English Ambresburh - 'the fortress of Ambrosius' refers to the Iron Age fort known as Vespasians Camp to the west of the town and for long an important Romano-British strong-point in the fifth century.
Today Amesbury is an attractive small town in a bend of the River Avon crossed by a five arched bridge in the palladian style. The church of St Mary and St Melor was founded for Benedictine nuns in the tenth century and Amesbury Abbey itself, a successor to the priory, is set in the park and is largely a 19th century creation, the previous house being been demolished in the 1830s.
Facilities include non-resident management and emergency alarm service, lift, lounge, restaurant open to the public, laundry, guest facilities, community centre, activities room, assisted bathing facility and garden.
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