This Retirement Living PLUS development in Olney is situated within wide open stretches of countryside, with Olney town centre just 0.7 miles away. You'll have the best of both worlds, with the River Great Ouse nearby offering an ideal location for beautiful walks, while the town offers a unique mix of independent boutiques and businesses.
You'll be able to enjoy the beautiful countryside views from your very own retirement property in Olney. Whether you purchase one a bungalow or a one or two-bed apartment, the local countryside will surround you from all aspects. Many of the apartments will have Juliet balconies or walk-out balconies from which you can enjoy the stunning scenery.
As well as owning your own property and benefiting from a stylish homeowners' lounge and a beautifully landscaped and well-maintained garden, you'll receive the extra care and support you need. Our care packages are completely flexible and will be tailored to your individual needs. A team of trained staff will be on hand 24 hours a day, led and overseen by a dedicated Estates Manager. And, with a 24-hour emergency call system and a camera entry system, we've got your safety and security covered. Plus, with a bistro on site, and even a salon, you won't need to leave the development estate if you don't feel like it.
The local area offers everything you could need and more. As well as a large supermarket on the doorstep, in which you'll also find a cafe and a pharmacy, the town centre is reachable within a 15-minute stroll. There's also a bus stop directly outside the development, from which there are regular bus services into town. And, from Milton Keynes Central, you can even reach London by train in just half an hour.
- Beautiful countryside location
- Apartments with balconies and bungalows available
- Car parking, cycle store and scooter room
- Comprising 1 and 2 bedroom bungalows
- Staffed 24 hours a day for peace of mind
- On-site bistro serving high-quality meals
- 24 hour staffing
- Wheelchair access
- Storage facilities
- Camera entry system
- 24/7 call system
- Lounge Wi-Fi access
- Estates Manager
- Communal lounge
Renting a retirement home is an easy, flexible and quick way to enjoy life in a McCarthy Stone community. While for some it’s a chance to ‘try before you buy’, you’ll benefit from long term security too. Did you know? Our retirement rental prices include service charge and ground rent. Find out more.
If you’d like to own your retirement property outright, we can make the move as stress-free as possible, including support with packing and removals. If you have a home to sell, we can even act as a cash buyer, so you’ll avoid chains and estate agent fees.
Part buy, part rent
Get the best of both worlds with Part buy, part rent. It’s an affordable way to enjoy all the benefits of our retirement apartments without committing to the full purchase price. If you want more financial flexibility, it could be the right option for you. Find out more.
My independence has improved greatly since moving here. It’s such a wonderful feeling to just be able to walk to the shops on my own whenever I want. Plus of course, to have such a great set of friends just a few steps away makes every day a joy!
Living in Olney
Olney is a charming Georgian market town in Buckinghamshire that has a thriving local community. The high street is teeming with artisan food and drink providers, independent shops and unique suppliers. Plus, Olney holds weekly markets in its historical centre, as well as a monthly farmer's market. And, during the summer months, you can enjoy the stunning floral displays with which the town is decorated.
The town's star attraction is the world-renowned Cowper and Newton Museum. The museum beautifully documents and celebrates the lives of these two extraordinary men. William Cowper, a celebrated 18th century poet, and John Newton, a prominent abolitionist, lived in the town and together wrote one of the world's most popular hymns, Amazing Grace. Discover more about their fascinating lives in Olney and explore the delightful cottage gardens.
A wide variety of events are also held in Olney every year. On Shrove Tuesday, the town comes together for some fun in its historic Pancake Race, which dates back as far as 1445. Throughout summer, a range of fairs and shows are held, including the Cherry Fair in June (which harks back to Olney's cherry production days), a Motorama in July and the Big Olney Food Festival in September. As the nights draw in, you can look forward to Olney's spectacular firework display in November, and the town's Victorian Christmas Fair and craft show are heart-warming festive occasions for all the family.
Situated within this quiet market town, our development is close to many of its amenities, bars and shopping options. The Olney Co-Op is just under 0.5 miles away, as are top restaurants like the Swan Inn and Teapots. Further afield, 1.5 miles south of Olney, you’ll find Emberton Park Sailing Club.
For transport, the A509 also runs through the town and is the main roadway in and out of Olney.
Getting to Location
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