McCarthy & Stone - Trinity Place,
Prices from £430,000 to £431,000
Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost
The McCarthy & Stone Hazlemere Retirement Living development will be located right in the heart of the town, between the Hazlemere Recreation Ground and Hazlemere Golf Club. There will be a range of stylish one and two bedroom apartments on offer, exclusively for those over 60.
The development will be designed so you can make the most of your retirement – enjoy the landscaped gardens, relax in the Club Lounge, or invite visitors to stay overnight in the private guest suite. There will also be an on-site car park and the entire development will be wheelchair accessible for those with limited mobility.
The apartments themselves will be tastefully decorated and consist of a modern bathroom and kitchen, spacious bedroom and open living room. All apartments will be fitted with a 24-hour emergency call system, camera entry system and intruder alarm. There will also be an Estate Manager available on-call and domestic assistance if you'd like an extra hand.
Hazlemere's local amenities are all around half a mile from the development, including a doctor's surgery, dentist, pharmacy, library and post office. A supermarket, bakery and butchers are also close by.
Hazlemere is a suburb of High Wycombe and is a great base for exploring the surrounding Chiltern Hills. Although it's a small town, Hazlemere still has plenty of things to do, including two nearby cinemas, several local restaurants and pubs, and the 1000-seat Wycombe Swan theatre that has West End shows on regular rotation. For active homeowners, there is the Wycombe Sports Centre further into the city of High Wycombe, where you can swim and take exercise classes.
Closer to home, you have the Hazlemere Golf Club, which is open to both members and the general public. The Hazlemore Recreation Ground has tennis courts, football fields, cricket pitches and even a new croquet club.
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