We are pleased to announce that new development Wendover Court of 42 one and two bedroom Retirement Living apartments is now under construction in the picturesque village of Monton.
Ideal for those looking for retirement apartments in the North, our proposed Monton development will provide high quality accommodation - exclusively for the over 60s. Private parking and landscaped gardens are just two of the key features of this development, which is well placed to interest those seeking retirement accommodation within the Manchester area and surrounding towns such as Worsley, Salford, Roe Green and Swinton.
Key dates for your diary
Construction is now currently underway. We anticipate starting to sell apartments from January 2015 and look forward to welcoming our first homeowners in Spring 2015.
Monton is a delightful village that’s situated in Greater Manchester. Formally ‘Monkstown,’ the settlement was surrounded by green fields and inhabited by very few residents in the past, but nowadays the village happily retains much of its former charm, due in part to its numerous conservation sites.
The common land of Monton Green is now formally laid out as gardens and lawns. The Unitarian Church, former school and caretaker’s house are also among the conservation sites in the village maintained for their former glory.
The area boasts many picturesque footpaths and walkways, which were formerly old railway lines. The Monton and Roe Green Loopline forms a charming heritage trail which takes in the Bridgewater Canal and tranquil Worsley Woods.
The village itself has an array of attractive boutiques, bistros and independent retailers. Nearby Eccles offers a wider range of shops and services and you needn’t venture too far to find the Trafford Centre and Manchester city centre itself for a wealth of world-class consumer opportunities.
See for yourself
If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Cosgrove Hall Court, Chorlton-cum-Hardy.