McCarthy & Stone - Newmarket,
The Newmarket Retirement Living development promises you a luxurious home with comfort and privacy. There will be 16 stunning one bedroom apartments and 15 two bedroom apartments, all with a state-of-the-art 24-hour security system, spacious living quarters and high spec kitchens. The apartments will boast a modern and elegant design, with energy efficient heating, oak veneered doors, chrome door furniture and a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. Selected apartments will feature a patio area, en suite bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes and Juliet balconies.
Homeowners will also have access to the private car park, guest suite and Homeowners' Lounge, complete with Wi-Fi. The development is set on large, green landscaped gardens and you'll be able to enjoy one of Newmarket's most desirable locations, with the development situated along Fordham Road, giving you easy access – either by direct bus or a leisurely walk – to shops, restaurants and the town centre.
To get further out of town, Newmarket has excellent transport links to the A14 and regular bus services to the neighbouring towns of Bury St. Edmunds, Cambridge, Ely and Mildenhall.
Newmarket is the birthplace and capital of thoroughbred horse racing, and is home to over 3,000 horses, 50 training stables and two of the most exclusive and prestigious racetracks in the world. The town is also a favourite amongst the royal family – Queen Elizabeth regularly visits to watch the horses in training, while Charles I, Charles II and several other monarchs have all lived in Newmarket.
Horses aside, Newmarket is a very pretty market town and is often considered one of the most unique and picturesque spots in England. The town itself is set out in medieval style, with many beautiful buildings, churches and wide open parks. Located on the border of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, the entire area surrounding Newmarket is known for its outstanding natural beauty. For a day out, Cambridge is just 12 miles east of the town, and London is a 1.5 hour drive away.
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