McCarthy & Stone has revealed the first artist's impression of its Signature Retirement Living development in Knowle.

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  • Construction on the scheme in Knowle, the West Midlands, is currently underway. When finished, it will offer 28 one and two bedroom Retirement Living apartments exclusively for the over 60s.

    The apartments built in the heart of Knowle will feature walk-in wardrobes and underfloor heating, with some including ensuite bathrooms and balconies. The development will also feature an extensive range of facilities to help purchasers retain independence in later life.

    Lorena Brown, national sales director for McCarthy & Stone, said: "Everything we do is built around a belief that later life can be rich, rewarding and fulfilling. Our new development in Knowle is designed to do just that and we hope releasing this image will help start bringing it to life for people living locally."

    With more than 35 years of experience, McCarthy & Stone has become Britain's leading provider of retirement apartments, having built more than 45,000 apartments in 1,000 different schemes.

    McCarthy & Stone 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, laundry room 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 to provide peace of mind for both homeowners and their families. All properties are low maintenance and energy efficient.

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

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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