Set in the affluent and desirable market town of Macclesfield, Cheshire, this Retirement Living development will benefit from a wealth of local amenities while offering breathtaking countryside on the doorstep.
A new McCarthy Stone development is coming soon to Coare Street in Macclesfield. This development of Retirement Living apartments will include 11 one-bedroom and 20 two bedroom retirement properties for the over 60s, some of which will even have their own balconies. In each and every apartment, elegant design will meet practicality, with features ranging from ample storage to non-slip bathroom flooring. Plus, at the development's heart will be a cosy communal lounge for socialising with your fellow homeowners. And the communal outdoor space will be beautifully landscaped providing a peaceful garden in which to relax.
As well as an emergency call system, there'll be security features including camera entry, so you can rest assured in your new home, whether you're enjoying some quiet time in your apartment or away visiting family and friends. What's more, the development will be fully accessible throughout, no matter your level of mobility, with lifts to all floors. Kings Scholars Court is just a few hundred metres from the main shopping area of Macclesfield, where you'll find supermarkets, high-street stores and independent boutiques, and a wide range of pubs and eateries. For those who use a scooter, there'll be a scooter storage room and there'll also be on-site car parking for homeowners.
- Set in the heart of a bustling community on the edge of the Peak District
- A wealth of local amenities
- Many apartments have their own balconies
- Guest Suite and guest parking
- Pets allowed
- Emergency call system
- House Manager
- Communal lounge
- 24/7 call system
- Guest suite
- Lifts to all floors
- Pets allowed
- Mobility scooter room
- Landscaped gardens
- Electricity, heating and lighting (communal areas)
- Water and sewage (communal areas and apartments)
- Maintenance of building and gardens
- Building insurance
- Development staff
- Future maintenance fund
- Professional fees
- Emergency call system
- Income to guest suites and sundry income
What's not included?
- Electricity, heating and lighting (apartments)
- Home and contents insurance
- Council Tax
- Phone / broadband
- Ground rent
- TV licence / TV service
Is it more expensive to live in one of your apartments than my current home?
Many of our homeowners are pleased to find that the service charges for their apartment tend to work out at less than what they were paying in like-for-like costs at their previous property.
Energy bills often turn out to be lower thanks to the modern construction methods we use at all our developments. Your new apartment is also likely to be a more manageable size and so cheaper to run.
When Customers discuss the purchase of a McCarthy Stone apartment with us, they receive a service charge leaflet and our Sales Executive sits down with them to help them fill in the costs, review what is covered in the management services and compare them to day-to-day running costs in their current home. Our Sales Executive ensures that they have a detailed knowledge of ongoing costs before a sale is completed
How long from putting down a deposit do I have to purchase the apartment?
Usually this can take between 12 to 16 weeks. We understand that some customers may have a time period that will more suitable for them and we aim to be as flexible as we can.
We are determined to provide positive resale values and to this end, we have changed dramatically since 2010 to make a big difference to our products and services. We have a dedicated resales team to deal with all future resales and to achieve the best prices, we also maintain an extensive database of prospects who are looking to buy our properties in the desirable areas we have located ourselves in over the past four decades.
“I'm really pleased with my new home - my apartment is very comfy, I feel safe and the communal areas are very comfortable, it's like living in your own five-star hotel!”
Living in Macclesfield
A jewel in Macclesfield's crown, Capesthorne Hall is a family-owned Jacobean-style stately home set in 100 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside. Built between 1719 and 1732, the house is open to the public, where you can marvel at its historical paintings, marble sculptures, antique furniture and 16th-century stained glass windows. The grounds also offer a tranquil setting for an afternoon stroll, with three lakes, formal gardens, an ice house and woodland walks, among other delights. The hall is also the setting for two more of Macclesfield's annual festivals. Rewind is an 80s festival featuring iconic performances and themed venues, while Classic Ibiza sees classic Ibiza anthems played by the Urban Soul Orchestra with a live DJ and internationally renowned vocalists.
Fantastic opportunities for outdoor activities abound in Macclesfield Forest and the nearby Teggs Nose Country Park. Both are great for walking, horse riding, cycling and fishing. Macclesfield Forest is also an excellent place for bird watching, with the Peak District's largest heronry at Trentabank Reservoir, and Teggs Nose offers stunning views across the Cheshire Plain.
And just a 20-minute drive from Macclesfield is Jodrell Bank, the home of the giant Lovell Telescope. The striking white bowl of this radio telescope is 75m in diameter and can be seen for many miles around! Visit the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre to explore the wonders of the universe and learn more about the workings of the telescope. Plus, Jodrell Bank is also the venue of the annual Bluedot Festival, celebrating music, science, art, technology and space exploration. Enjoy fantastic music alongside live science experiments and expert talks.
The development is 0.3 miles from the beautiful West Park. Here, you can explore the community parkland and West Park Museum or visit the ornamental gardens and picnic area.
There are plenty of amenities nearby and the nearest supermarket, Sainsbury's, is just 0.2 miles away. Plus, if you want to travel further afield, you are only 0.6 miles from Macclesfield Train Station.
Getting to Location
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