The new scheme, located on the site of the former Nelson Hospital on Kingston Road, will comprise 51 one and two bedroom apartments exclusively for the over 70s.
McCarthy & Stone's new development will be situated close to Wimbledon Chase railway station, just a short distance from all the town's shops and amenities. It will effectively bridge the gap between conventional retirement developments and residential care by providing a wide range of elective support and care services.
Facilities will include a homeowners' lounge, an on site restaurant, guest suite, laundry room and a lift. A dedicated estate manager ensures the smooth running of the development and staff are on site 24 hours a day. There is also a security entrance system plus 24 hour emergency call points to provide peace of mind for both purchasers and their families. All properties are low maintenance and energy efficient.
Julie Ward, regional sales and marketing director for McCarthy & Stone, said: "Everything we do is built around a belief that later life can be rich, rewarding and fulfilling, and starting construction of our Assisted Living development marks an exciting milestone in helping the over 70s in Raynes Park make the most of later life. When complete, the apartments will be low maintenance in design and will benefit from modern fittings, good security and will have a number of specialist features."
With more than 35 years of experience, McCarthy & Stone has become Britain's leading provider of retirement apartments, having built more than 45,000 in 1,000 different schemes.
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