Beatty Court consists of 63 one and two bedroom Retirement Living apartments, situated on Holland Walk, which is 400 yards from the main shopping area of the historic market town of Nantwich, crossing the old pack horse bridge over the River Weaver. The town's wide range of shops and modern amenities is complimented by a large number of original Elizabethan buildings, which provide the town with a wonderful olde worlde charm.
The bustle of this market town also contrasts with the slower pace of the surrounding Cheshire countryside but the two come together every year in the form of a Nantwich show which is now famous as the largest exhibition of cheeses in the world.
Why choose a Retirement Living apartment?
Think of a lifestyle stripped of all those annoying time-consuming chores. That’s Retirement Living. With a McCarthy & Stone development, you can enjoy your independence in an environment that offers companionship, privacy and security. There are facilities like the Homeowners' Lounge to socialise with other homeowners and beautifully tendered communal gardens for all to enjoy. And when you have your friends or relatives over, there’s our convenient guest suite available.
All our developments feature a 24 hour state-of-the-art security system and are run by a dedicated House Manager, so complete peace-of-mind is guaranteed. The external maintenance, gardening and landscaping is taken care of. It’s much more than a retirement apartment – it’s a place to call home.
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Nantwich is on the Cheshire Plain, on the banks of the River Weaver. The Shropshire Union Canal runs through the town and is located four miles south-west of Crewe and 20 miles south-east of Chester. It is a major road junction of the A51, A500, A529, A530 and A534 roads. Nantwich Railway Station is on the line between Crewe and Whitchurch. The station is currently served mainly by stopping trains between Crewe and Shrewsbury.
- Development is ideally situated between the bustle of town and the tranquility of the Countryside
- Historic Market Town