Montes Court consists of 36 one and two bedroom Later Living homes in the desirable Coventry suburb of Earlsdon.These apartments are ideally located just off the High Street in St Andrews Road, where there are plenty of local shops and amenities.A bus stop just outside in Beechwood Avenue offers regular services locally to neighbouring suburbs such as Allesley, and direct routes to the local shops and amenities in Earlsdon village and to Coventry city centre.There is also a Ring and Ride Service which collects from Montes Court and a Park and Ride railway station a few minutes away.
Earlsdon is only one mile from Coventry city centre and has a bustling community and plenty of quality amenities and services to offer.Nearby is a Golf Club and Tennis Courts, and Montes Court itself has beautiful mature, established gardens incorporating a patio area.To the south of Earlsdon is the War Memorial Park, to the north Hearsall Common, and to the west Canley Ford.
Why choose a Later Living apartment
Think of a lifestyle stripped of all those annoying time-consuming chores.That’s McCarthy & Stone Later Living.With Later Living you can enjoy your independence in an environment that offers companionship, privacy and security.There are facilities like the Lounge to socialise with other homeowners and your own high quality, purpose-built apartment which is your own private space.And when you have your friends or relatives over, there’s our convenient guest accommodation.
All our developments feature a 24 hour state-of-the-art security system and are run by a dedicated House Manager, so complete peace-of-mind is guaranteed.The external maintenance, gardening and landscaping is taken care of.It’s much more than a retirement apartment - it really is life made easy.
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The local area
Earlsdon has its own theatre, the Criterion Theatre, which puts on six main house performances a year, as well as numerous visiting companies and workshop productions.There is also an annual "Earlsdon Festival" that takes place on Hearsall Common during the May Day bank holiday.The annual Godiva Festival takes place within the War Memorial Park usually during one weekend in July.
Other attractions in the area include the eco village amidst ancient woodland in Keresley; Meriden village which claims to be the most central village in England, as well as Kenilworth Castle and medieval Warwick Castle.