The two new buildings, Charter Place and Gloucester Crescent—completed by Balfour Beatty—add 50 units to the Surrey-based village.
The village now offers 128 luxury two-bedroom apartments.
Formerly part of Brunel University, the village is part of the Magna Carta Park development, and the site is shared with The Royalton Group.
The location provides property owners with direct access to the Magna Carta Park, with its woodland walks and views over Windsor Castle.
Residents will have access to the Audley Club, which provides luxury facilities including a library, restaurant, bar, swimming pool and health club.
These are currently closed to both owners and members in the local community under lockdown restrictions.
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Properties are available at Audley Cooper’s Hill and prospective owners can access virtual tours and video calls with the sales team to talk through their options.
Kevin Shaw, managing director of development at Audley Group, said: “Continuing to provide older people with retirement living options in these unprecedented times is something we are incredibly passionate about.
“Our owners have access to an unrivalled support system, and this continues to be invaluable at these times, from shopping deliveries and visits from our wonderful carers if needed, to a strong programme of virtual activities and entertainment.
“Audley Cooper’s Hill will allow owners to downsize into a home where they can still retain their independence with the knowledge and comfort that care and wellbeing services are there for them whatever their current and future needs.”