The specification of our apartments vary to a degree with each apartment in every development, but this will give you an idea of what you'll find within a new one bedroom McCarthy & Stone retirement apartment.
This modern development offers a collection of 22 stylish one bedroom apartments and 12 spacious two bedroom apartments exclusively for those over the age of 60.
Located in the historic market town of Darlington our modern Retirement Living development is the ideal option for those seeking accommodation in the beautiful area of County Durham. Situated in the prestigious West End, close to the town centre, this is the perfect choice for your retirement. The bustling town centre with its extensive range of shops, eateries and other amenities is just half a mile away and leafy Stanhope Park is right on your doorstep.
Fully equipped and finished to a high standard, your apartment is the perfect base for you to enjoy an independent and active retirement. The development will feature excellent security systems including 24-hour emergency calls and a dedicated House Manager, which are sure to offer peace of mind. Furthermore, there will be lift access throughout, so it's easy for residents to get around.
Your apartment will include a spacious bedroom and living area, along with a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. Walk-in wardrobes as well as the balconies that feature in select apartments make for added luxury. Homeowners will also benefit from a social lounge, where you can relax and catch up with friends, as well as a guest suite that's perfect for visitors. Outside, you'll discover beautifully maintained gardens and plenty of greenery, along with car parking facilities.
Now there are even more ways to make your dream move to retirement at Swinden Court. As well as buying an apartment outright, we now offer Rental options and Part Rent, Part Buy options. Contact us today to find out more on .
A small and ancient market town located on the River Skerne, Darlington is known for being the birthplace of the world's railways and was the terminus of the first ever passenger line.
Providing a solid base from which to explore the moors and dales as well as the rugged Pennine Way, it is perfect for nature lovers and offers homeowners the chance to view many natural beauty spots.
Historically the town contains some of the most important Early English churches in the north of the country – including the 12th Century St. Cuthbert's – and you can still see ancient styles in the architecture which was influenced by the local Quaker families and the wider Victorian era.
Darlington also hosts a weekly outdoor market and a thriving indoor market which is found beneath the town clock on Prebend Row – also home to the Cornmill Shopping Centre which provides the main retail opportunities for the town.
The local market square is also one of the biggest in the country and there are plenty of modern activities for homeowners to enjoy, including sport, leisure, entertainment and dining.
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