A new McCarthy & Stone development is subject to planning on Tring Road in Aylesbury. This development will contain a fantastic mixture of 29 one-bedroom properties and 28 two-bedroom properties that will be designed with the over 70s in mind.
These retirement homes in Aylesbury will provide residents with the perfect opportunity to downsize from a large family home. But, when you relocate to one of our retirement homes in Aylesbury, you’ll certainly never feel like you’re making any sacrifices. This is because you’ll still have your own apartment, but you’ll also have access to some beautifully landscaped gardens and a communal lounge where you can socialise and enjoy events.
Plus, each resident at our retirement homes in Aylesbury will also be able to maintain their independence while living safe in the knowledge that help and support is available, should it be required. The development will have trained staff on-site 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, and residents will also benefit from tailor-made support packages and some domestic assistance each week.
- A fantastic collection of one-bedroom and two-bedroom properties
- Each apartment allows residents to live independently with support to suit their needs
- Located on the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal
- 24/7 emergency-call system, a camera entry system, a communal lounge and landscaped gardens
- 24/7 call system
- Camera entry system
- Estates Manager
Living in Aylesbury
Aylesbury’s rich history dates back to the 4th century, but today it’s a bustling market town that’s home to over 50,000 people.If you’d like to learn more about Aylesbury’s heritage, you can take a walking tour of the town.
Around Aylesbury, signs can help direct you towards the old town, the canal basin and Bowie’s Earthly Messenger sculpture.
There’s also plenty going on in Aylesbury to help keep you entertained in your retirement years. You can enjoy a performance at the 1,200-seat Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, soak up the culture at Queens Park Arts Centre or visit Bucks County Museum.
As a market town, Aylesbury also has a great mixture of independent shops and recognised high street brands. Friars Square Shopping Centre, Hale Leys Shopping Centre and Aylesbury Shopping Park are the town’s three main shopping areas, but the High Street is the place to be if you’re searching for independent shops. If you’d rather enjoy a traditional market, head to Market Square. It hosts a vintage and craft bazaar every Tuesday and a general market every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
If you like to take walks and explore, then our retirement homes in Aylesbury will be perfectly located for you to enjoy waterside walks along the canal. If you fancy something more challenging, then head to the Chiltern Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, where there are endless rambling routes to try.
If you prefer the buzz of the big city, Aylesbury is surrounded by an excellent road network, so it’s easy to reach the Midlands and central London. Aylesbury boasts two train stations which provide direct links to London Marylebone station in around an hour.