Retirement homes in Worcestershire

From busy towns to quaint villages, Worcestershire's industrial heritage and unspoiled countryside make it an ideal location for choosing a rural retirement property.

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Retire to a county full of natural beauty and wildlife

With miles of green open spaces and two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your doorstep, it's no wonder that Worcestershire is such a popular retirement location.

You'll find more than 3,000 acres of wooded slopes and ancient ridges in the Malvern Hills, famous for their pure spring waters and dominating skyline. You can spot skylarks, butterflies, newts and dormice, or you can climb to the summit of the Beacon, the highest point in the county, where you can take in panoramic views that extend to 13 different counties.

Discover an area steeped with history

Whether you're looking for stately homes or ancient ruins, there are plenty of intriguing historical sites around Worcestershire.

You can tour 5,000 acres of parkland at the 19th-century Eastnor Castle, see the fire-damaged ruins of the massive Witley Court, or take a steam-powered ride along the 16 miles of the Severn Valley Railway.

You'll find social history and archaeology at Bewdley Museum, exhibits on historic buildings at the Avoncroft Museum in Bromsgrove, or the world's largest collection of Worcester porcelain at the Museum of Royal Worcester.

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Retirement Living - The perfect blend for many buyers - your own apartment, maintenance taken care of and the chance to socialise.

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Retirement Living PLUS - All the benefits of Retirement Living plus support and on-site catering for those wanting a little more help.

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Lifestyle Living - This pioneering concept provides luxurious homes in stunning locations for active over-55s.

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Because we purchased off-plan, we were lucky to choose the pick of the best plots, with stunning views over the communal gardens. I was most impressed with McCarthy and Stone’s flexibility and willingness to help. McCarthy and Stone were incredibly supportive, and made the whole process seem easy.

Get out and about with Worcester's shopping and culture

From fine art to fine food, there's lots to keep you busy around the county.
You can see music, films and high-profile theatre at The Regal Cinema in Evesham, opera and comedy at the Malvern Theatres, or drama and pantomime at the Edwardian Palace Theatre in Redditch.

When it's time to treat yourself, you'll find 12 authentic designer shops at the Jinney Ring Craft Centre in Hanbury, and more than 130 shops and restaurants at the huge Kingfisher Shopping Centre in Redditch. There's also a wide range of locally-produced goods at markets dotted around the county, such as The Hop Pocket in Worcester or the Street Market in Kidderminster.

Keep fit and stay active in a rural area

Whether you're a hardened hiker or just dedicated to sports, you'll find all sorts of opportunities to keep up an active retirement around Worcestershire.

There are 30 different golf courses and more than 20 tennis clubs in the county, as well as countless miles of designated walking and cycling trails.

You can catch carp and bream at the lakes of Eastfield Fisheries, ride horses at the Moyfield Riding School in South Littleton, and even learn to dive at the Scuba School in Redditch.

If you'd like to start a new adventure surrounded by picturesque hills and a network of busy towns, have a look at some of our high-quality retirement developments in Worcestershire.

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My son wanted me to move a bit closer to where he lives, so I was easily persuaded. I was a little bit worried about some parts of the move, but McCarthy & Stone’s Smooth Move service made it so easy for me, I had signed within a fortnight!