Unlock the door to an excitinge new chapter
Modern spacious and beautifully finished. Beautiful retirement apartments available for purchase.
Whatever you choose, every apartment is light, airy and spacious. All our apartments are fully carpeted and double-glazed and include top quality appliances including eye-level ovens. We're even incorporating a video door entry system into each apartment for your added peace of mind.
Whilst you're living independently, you're never on your own at an MHA retirement community. We take pride in our wellbeing service - all residence have access to round the clock staff and support in case of emergencies, as well as regular pop-ins if you're feeling under the weather.
More than simply a place to live, Wellesley Court is a community of link-minded friends and neighbours. Life can be as active or relaxing as you choose, but you'll certainly never need to feel bored.
The MHA team can tailor a package of personal care or support to suit your specific needs. We'll help with domestic chores such as cooking, cleaning and laundry, or provide assistance with dressing, bathing or taking medication.
Wellesley Court boasts 48 one or two bedroom apartments in a choice of styles, for purchase, part purchase and rent. Every apartment is light, airy and spacious as well as doorstep access to Community Hub facilities.
Situated in historic Waterlooville, you’ll enjoy easy access to a thriving town boasting weekly market days, safe pedestrianized shopping and a wealth of attractions.
Use the transport links to visit the Port Solent Marina and Gunwarf Quays Shopping Centre. Take a trip to Portsmouth or cross The Solent by ferry to visit the Isle of Wight.
Auger Row off Hambledon Road, Waterlooville. Hampshire PO7 7YP
Visit our Information Suite on Auger Row, off Hambledon Road, to meet our MHA representatives and experience Wellesley Court for yourself.
Posted on 07th Dec 2016
Newly-completed retirement development, MHA Wellesley Court has sponsored the lights on a Christmas tree in the south end of Waterlooville.
The tree is part of a group of four in the town’s precinct which will be lit up in a bid to bring some extra festive cheer to a part of the town which has not previously had any public Christmas lights. People who live, work and visit the southern end of the town centre will now be treated to twinkling trees throughout the holid
Posted on 25th May 2016
Councillor Leah Turner tucked in to coffee and cakes with some of the prospective residents at the Waterlooville development, which is operated by the national charity MHA which provides care and support for older people. Janice Walker, a representative from MHA, said: “We’re delighted to have welcomed Councillor Turner into our new development on Darnel Road. “Attendees loved catching up with friends old and new and it was a real treat for them to be able to chat to such a