Visit our new office in Nantwich 


McCarthy Stone has over 40 years’ experience of building high quality homes. We create award-winning retirement properties for sale or for rent — but the homeowners turn these developments into lively communities. Our Nantwich office will help you find the right retirement property for you in the local area.

Life, well lived

One of the greatest benefits of being a McCarthy Stone homeowner is becoming part of a community of remarkable individuals, who embody a ‘life, well lived’. It’s about new experiences. New adventures. Looking forwards, while making the most of the here and now. That’s what McCarthy Stone is all about. 

83% of McCarthy Stone homeowners experience a sense of community in their retirement property.  

Explore retirement properties in East Cheshire and Staffordshire 

East Cheshire is conveniently located the heart of the UK, close to the borders of Shropshire and Staffordshire. 

You’ll find plenty of things to do in the Cheshire area. Its beautiful countryside is dotted with pretty villages like medieval Malpas, home to the charming Cholmondeley Castle and gardens, or Audlem nestled on the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal.

Chester is popular with visitors. It has a Roman amphitheatre, a racecourse, river cruises and a famous Zoo. Other notable towns include industrial Crewe and picturesque Alsager, which benefits from Alsager Golf and Country Club and Rode Hall Gardens.

Nantwich itself is a lovely place for a spot of shopping with independent boutiques selling everything from high fashion to fine wines and traditional sweets. It’s also home to Britain’s only inland saltwater swimming pool, Nantwich Outdoor Brine Pool.

Stunning Staffordshire is also nearby. You can explore the famous potteries in Stoke on Trent. Or visit historic Anglo Saxon Stafford, with its wealth of cultural attractions and interesting buildings like the Ancient High House. Then there’s lovely Leek close to the Churnet Valley Railway and on the edge of the Peak District.

This area makes a brilliant base from which to explore Northern England and North Wales and the M6 connects it to the rest of the UK. You can be in the great cities of Liverpool or Manchester within an hour, reach Snowdonia National Park in two hours and the Peak District National Park in one hour 20 minutes.

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