McCarthy Stone flies the flag of success in Abergavenny

13 June 2017


McCarthy Stone, the UK’s leading retirement housebuilder, is celebrating the success of its Abergavenny development, Riverside Court, where just six apartments remain for sale. 

Aimed exclusively at the over 60s, the Retirement Living development on Monmouth Road is now over 90% sold after proving highly popular with local retirees who are keen to explore the benefits of downsizing and to join the new community forming at Riverside Court. 

Nicki Hill, Regional Sales and Marketing Director at McCarthy Stone South West, said: “We’re truly overwhelmed by the fantastic response to our Abergavenny development, which has proved incredibly popular with retirees. It is great that so many locals have recognised the benefits of Retirement Living and have subsequently started planning for a brighter future at Riverside Court. 

"Homeowners have been wowed by everything Abergavenny has to offer; from its stunning riverside location to its proximity to areas of outstanding natural beauty, the town has a certain charm that has well and truly captured everyone’s hearts, making it the perfect spot to retire to. My advice to anyone interested in securing one of the remaining apartments at Riverside Court is to get in touch as soon as possible.” 

The last remaining apartments at Riverside Court development are priced from £196,950 for a one bedroom apartment and from £327,500 for a two bedroom apartment.  

Facilities at the development include a stunning homeowners’ lounge ideal for socialising with friends, beautifully landscaped gardens in which to relax, and a convenient guest suite should homeowners have friends or family to stay. Riverside Court also benefits from its very own House Manager who takes care of the smooth-running of the development; while a security entrance system and 24-hour emergency call points provide added peace-of-mind for homeowners and their families. 

Those interested in Retirement Living at Riverside Court in Abergavenny are invited to call 0800 201 4742 or click here.