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.
The development will have 32 apartments (with an equal number of one- and two-beds), 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.The proposed development site 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 onsite 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
- Wheelchair access
- Lifts to all floors
- Storage facilities
- Pets allowed
- Guest suite
- Communal lounge
- Mobility scooter room
- Landscaped gardens
What you can expect to pay
Take a look through our Retirement Living service charge costs.
Each year, we help residents set the budget that they need for retirement. Although we cannot guarantee that our Retirement Living service charges will remain the same for year to year, our many statutory safeguards will remain in place, to ensure that your opinions are recognised and acknowledged when defining budgets.
*Please note that not all the listed costs below apply for our Retirement Living properties. Also, our charges are calculated on an average sized development. You can find more information on our service charges here and for full details on a specific development please speak to your sales consultant.
Enjoy all the benefits of a McCarthy & Stone retirement community without having to sell your property. You can move in quickly, knowing there’s long-term security with one of our Assured Tenancies and settle in to your new home with minimum fuss. A rent to buy option is also available, so you can really try the lifestyle before you buy.
Part buy, part rent
Enjoy the lifestyle without committing to the full purchase price, giving you more financial flexibility for the future.
“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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