McCarthy & Stone - Newark (Millgate),
Situated on the banks of the River Trent the pretty market town of Newark offers a rich sense of history combined with a bustling atmosphere and beautiful green spaces. The latest East Midlands development from McCarthy & Stone features a range of both one and two bedroom apartments, each featuring all of the latest modern conveniences including double glazing, a fully fitted kitchen, heated towel rails and intruder alarms. Selected apartments will also enjoy the luxury of walk in wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom.
All McCarthy & Stone apartments are carefully designed to make life comfortable for those over the age of 60, whilst maintaining an independent retirement. With detailing including raised plug sockets and slip-resistant flooring, each apartment is fully equipped to make day to daily chores as straightforward as possible.
The new development will boast a 24-hour emergency call system and a house manager as well as a comfortable homeowners lounge and lifts to all floors. For overnight visitors the development will also provide access to a comfortable guest suite and on warmer days homeowners can enjoy spending time in the stunning landscaped gardens. Putting safety first the development will also include a camera entry system and intruder alarm for added peace of mind.
Newark is well situated to offer easy transport links to the capital and the surrounding areas. A regular high-speed train runs directly to London in less than an hour and a half, whilst local buses offer frequent services to Lincoln and Nottingham.
Newark is a busy market town situated twenty miles to the North East of Nottingham. Sitting on the banks of the River Trent the town is full of pretty former mill buildings that have now been converted into sought after flats and waterside restaurants. At the heart of the town you'll find the bustling market square which regularly plays host to traditional markets and events. The town centre also features a variety of national retailers including Marks & Spencer, WH Smith, Burtons, Boots and Waitrose. There are also a variety of local and independent traders including butchers, grocers, florists and cafés.
Newark also offers a range of fun activities for all ages. Pay a visit to the beautiful Southwell Minister, one of Britain's few surviving Norman churches. For history buffs, pay a visit to the Workhouse and learn more about the lives of those who were forced to work to pay for their living during the Victorian era.
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