This development has had planning approved. 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 development is subject to planning.
Set in the beautiful Surrey countryside while offering great transport links into the heart of London, McCarthy & Stone's proposed Retirement Living development allows you to own your own home while freeing you of the burdens of maintenance. The proposed development consists of 61 one and two bedroom apartments and it is set in the highly desirable, affluent and prosperous town of Weybridge. Selected apartments feature balconies with glorious views of the leafy surroundings, and a communal lounge and landscaped gardens are great spaces in which to socialise with fellow homeowners.
Our goal is to make your day-to-day life easier. Situated on an entirely flat plot, and with lifts to all floors, we guarantee easy-access throughout the development. And we've integrated beautiful design with practicality in all apartments, with waist-height ovens and plug sockets to minimise bending and lifting. With the management and maintenance of the building covered, along with a dedicated House Manager running the development during office hours and a 24-hour call system, you're freed of the stress and worry of typical homeownership. You'll have more time to enjoy your retirement – whether that be travelling more, taking walks in the local countryside or seeing more of family and friends.
There are a wealth of amenities on the doorstep, including a local supermarket, a beauty salon, an array of restaurants and cafes, a pharmacy, a dry cleaners, a medical surgery and a dentist. And the nearby Weybridge High Street also has several banks and boutiques, as well as a large Waitrose supermarket. Weybridge offers great transport links and connects you with surrounding areas. A bus stop within walking distance can take you to Addlestone and Kingston upon Thames, and the railway station (just 0.8 miles away) has regular trains to London Waterloo. What's more, the M25 is within easy reach and Heathrow Airport is just 9.1 miles away.
Weybridge and its surrounding areas really do have something for everyone. From all that the Surrey countryside provides – a patchwork of woodlands, grasslands and chalk downs – to great cultural offerings, you'll not find it difficult to find something new to do every week of the year. As Weybridge is bounded to the north by the River Thames, it would be a shame not to enjoy a day out on a River Thames cruise. Drifting gracefully past historical landmarks and beautiful landscapes, you can take in all that the river has to offer.
For the motoring and aviation enthusiasts, Brooklands Museum is not one to be missed. Located on the site of the first purpose-built motor racing circuit, you can stroll around period cars, buses and aircraft, and even see an iconic Concorde in all its glory. Weybridge also provides a great sports offering. St George's Hill Golf Club, which recently celebrated is centenary, is open to both visitors and members. Featuring three loops of nine holes, it is beautifully laid out, following the natural undulations of the land. And Weybridge Cricket Club happily welcomes spectators and holds year-round social events, from boules competitions to quiz nights.
In the nearby and easily accessible Kingston upon Thames, there's a host of great things to do and see. An excellent choice for a spot of retail therapy, it's home to a bright and spacious shopping centre of 75 stores and eateries. And it's also home to Bushy Park. One of the largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks, it is a magnificent expanse of grassland, gardens and waterways. Not to mention the free-roaming red and fallow deer you may spot on your visit.
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