Chipping Campden development proves popular with over 60s

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McCarthy & Stone’s Later Living development, Saxon Grange in Chipping Campden, has proved so popular with buyers that over 50 per cent of the apartments have already been reserved or sold, leaving just 11 two bedroom apartments remaining for sale.

Despite only officially opening earlier this year, the Later Living development on Sheep Street has generated considerable interest. House hunters looking to downsize for a more manageable property in later life are encouraged to visit the development to avoid disappointment.

Gill Sabin, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for McCarthy & Stone, comments: “The success we’ve experienced since unveiling our plans for Saxon Grange clearly signals a strong demand for this kind of specialist housing provision in Chipping Campden.

“We have enjoyed a great success amongst local people who wanted to stay in the area but were looking for a more manageable property where they could relax and enjoy their later years in style.”

McCarthy & Stone is currently selling two bedroom Later Living apartments exclusively for the over 60s at Saxon Grange. Prices start from £299,950.

The development has been built in natural Cotswold stone to blend in with the traditional surroundings. The apartments have been carefully designed and include high specification features including granite worktops, en suite bathrooms, electric under floor heating and walk-in wardrobes.

McCarthy & Stone’s Later Living developments offer the independence of retaining home ownership while living in an apartment specifically designed for later life. Facilities include a shared lounge, guest suite, and a lift. A dedicated house manager ensures the smooth running of the development and a security entrance system plus 24-hour emergency call points provide peace of mind for both purchasers and their families. All properties are low maintenance and energy efficient.

In addition to offering age exclusive apartments, the retirement property developer also provides a range of financial services, including a pension annuity service, equity release, legal services and guaranteed funeral plans.

Anyone wanting to find out more about Later Living in Chipping Campden, is invited to contact McCarthy & Stone now on 0800 201 4741. Alternatively, please visit for further details.

At McCarthy & Stone everything we do is built around a belief that later life can be rich, rewarding and fulfilling. We believe it is an opportunity to rediscover the things you love and explore new territory. Helping people make the most of it is our purpose and our passion, so on a daily basis we strive to think differently and care more about transforming later life.

Over the past 35 years, we have become Britain’s leading provider of retirement apartments, pioneering the concept of purpose-built accommodation for older people. We provide 70% of this type of accommodation, having built more than 45,000 apartments in 1,000 different schemes. We also have a range of financial and estate management products and services specifically designed to help people live later life to the full.

We offer a choice of different types of retirement developments that includes Later Living and Assisted Living. Our Later Living developments offer the independence of retaining home ownership while living in an apartment specifically designed for later life; provide more time to embrace the possibilities of later life through reduced maintenance and admin, as well as peace of mind and companionship. Assisted Living developments offer all of this, plus a helping hand through flexible care and support packages that make life that little bit easier.

McCarthy & Stone offers the widest variety of award-winning one and two bedroom apartments that are for sale in over 200 locations across the UK.

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Source:Haslimann Taylor PR

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