Apartment 34 is a two-bedroom property at our popular Catherine Place development in Melton Mowbray. The apartment is located on the second floor. It also benefits from a walk out balcony overlooking the communal gardens.
About Catherine Place & Pine Gardens
If you are a food lover looking to retire to a quintessential English market town steeped in history, Melton Mowbray - known as Britain's "rural capital of food" - could be your answer.
This Retirement Living development will have a number of 25 one and 22 two bed apartments on offer, as well as 9,2 bedroom bungalows.
Catherine Place apartments have a homeowners lounge which is set in the centre of the development and overlooks the beautiful landscaped gardens and terrace. With a House Manager, 24-hour emergency call system and a camera entry system, you can rest assured, feeling safe and secure in your new home. The development will be fully accessible to all, with lifts to all floors, as well as an onsite car park.
Pine Gardens bungalows have their own private rear gardens, along with a drive and selected plots have garages. The bungalows are all freehold properties and have a different service charge than the apartments which are featured below.
The site is served by a good bus service, with buses every half hour six days a week. Local bus services also run to Leicester, Nottingham and the surrounding areas. What's more, the train station is just a mile away, where regular trains run to Leicester and Peterborough. In addition, there's a community transport service for elderly persons who are unable to use standard buses.
From the development, you'll be able to walk into the bustling town centre in under 10 minutes. Melton Mowbray features a wide range of supermarkets, high-street shops and independent boutiques, as well as many restaurants, cafes and tea rooms. The town also has a large medical practice and a cottage hospital.
As well as being the home of both the pork pie and stilton cheese, various food festivals are held in Melton Mowbray throughout the year to champion local produce, and the twice-weekly market is also very popular with people from across the region.
As well as being a foodie's heaven, Melton Mowbray is a hotspot for history buffs. The town's heritage walking trail guides you through a thousand years of history, from a mention of the Melton Mowbray market in the Doomsday Book to a Roman Catholic Church built by the Polish community that, after exile during World War II, settled in the town in the 1940s.
If you play or enjoying watching bowls, you'll be interested to know that the English Indoor Bowling Association (eiba) is based in Melton Mowbray and that the Melton & District Indoor Bowls Club hosts the eiba National Championship annually.
If you fancy trying bowls for the first time, the bowls club offers three free starter sessions before you decide if you want to join - it's a great way of meeting new people!And if you're something of an ale connoisseur (or not!), at Belvoir Alehouse Visitor Centre you can sample the delicious range of ales brewed on site. Or why not take a tour of the brewery and discover how this wonderful range of beers is produced.
Tuesday to Saturday, 10:30am to 5:00pm'
The development is just 0.3 miles from the twice-weekly market and weekly antiques fair. Just a short stroll from here, you’ll also find the Dickinson & Morris Ye Olde Pork Pie Shoppe, which specialises in the iconic Melton Mowbray pork pies.
The train station is under 1 mile away and has direct services to Nottingham, Birmingham, Norwich, Cambridge and many other destinations.
Getting to Location
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