Audley - Mote Retirement Village, ME15
Prices around £375,000
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Mote House Luxury Retirement Village.
Sitting within the original 2.5 acre walled kitchen garden. An extremely attractive selection of 2 and 3 bedroom cottages surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens within a unique setting.
Welcome to Mote House retirement village. Situated in the 450-acre splendour of Mote Park, Maidstone's largest park with its magnificent woodland and a 30-acre lake, Audley Mote House Retirement Village is a luxury development of 100 cottages and apartments near the village of Bearsted, just a short drive from Maidstone Town Centre. At the heart of the village is Mote House, over 200 years old we have restored the original Grade II* listed Georgian mansion to its original beauty.
Inside Mote House, you will find the Audley Club – with a luxury health club, swimming pool, library and the Romney Restaurant. Mote House itself also offers you 14 unique apartments – rich with character and history.
In the grounds around Mote House you will find the rest of Mote House retirement village, including the Walled Garden, a unique location with 2 and 3 bedroom cottages, and Gatehouse Lodge, a stunning collection of detached lodge houses and luxury apartments.
Mote House retirement village is perfectly situated to give you easy access to local towns and cities via convenient road and rail links. You can enjoy golf at a number of courses nearby or visit Leeds Castle, a ten minute car journey away, with its exciting history, beautiful gardens, and all-year-long events. Plus, London is only an hour away.
Mote Park is Maidstone's largest park, an impressive 450 acres which previously formed part of a country estate until it was converted at the end of the 18th century into landscaped parkland. The park's name derives from 'moot' or 'mote' in Old English, meaning ‘a place of assembly’. The park itself has had an interesting royal background, belonging at one time to King Edward IV's consort, Elizabeth Woodville. Whilst the house dates back to the reign of King George III who is said to have gathered troops there as England faced the threat of Napoleon. In 1929 Walter Samuel (the 2nd Viscount of Bearsted) sold the majority of the estate to Maidstone Borough Council and converted Mote House to an orphanage. The park lies within walking distance of Maidstone town centre and has a host of sports facilities to take advantage of. You can also stretch your legs with a lakeside walk thanks to Mote Park’s 30-acre lake, where you will find a variety of water fowl, as well as opportunities for sailing and angling. Luxury health and beauty at the heart of each village. When you move to one of our luxury retirement villages, you automatically become a member of the Audley Club. It is on your doorstep, part of the village and yours to use as you please. You can also use the facilities of the Audley Club at any of our other retirement villages, plus your family and friends are welcome to use them with you.
As time moves on and some tasks become less easy, there's no reason why you shouldn't continue to live the life you know, in the home you've made. All you need is a visit from a trusted, friendly face; someone to listen and a helping hand when you'd appreciate it. Audley Care provide personal care services at all our villages.