Looking for retirement properties for sale in West Bridgford, Nottingham. This stunning new retirement development will be exclusive to the over 60s and will offer 37 one-bedroom and 27 two-bedroom spacious retirement apartments for sale. The new development is in the heart of this delightful market town on the outskirts of Nottingham.
Low maintenance and sociable
This McCarthy Stone Retirement development offers the perfect opportunity to be part of a Nottingham retirement community. Our developments are designed to encourage community feeling to flourish, while also allowing you to enjoy the complete privacy of your own retirement apartment.
This retirement development will offer stylish communal spaces to enjoy with friends including a roof terrace, communal lounge, courtyard and a large and beautiful garden. It will also benefit from a luxurious hotel-style guest suite for when people come to stay.
Safe and secure
All our new retirement apartments are designed with intelligent ergonomics to ensure they are a joy to live in and with the latest safety and security features built in. As well as the reassurance of an on-site manager, you’ll benefit from a 24-hour emergency call system, fire detection and video door entry.
Things to do in West Bridgford
This pretty market town on the River Trent offers plenty of things to keep you occupied. From waterside walks to national sporting attractions, memorable meals to boutique shopping, it packs lot into a small area. Plus, the centre of Nottingham is around 15 minutes away by bus or car. Unsurprisingly this makes it a very desirable place to live.
- Retirement Living exclusively available to the over 60s
- Elegant one and two bedroom retirement apartments
- Retirement properties for sale in West Bridgford, Nottingham
- Amazing views from the roof terrace
- Modern communal areas with a hotel-style lobby
- On-site House Manager
- 24/7 call system
- Car parking
- Guest suite
- Landscaped gardens
- Pets allowed
- Roof terrace
- House Manager
- Camera entry system
- 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
- 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 have an expert resales team for people selling our retirement properties, with an extensive database of customers waiting to move in. This helps us to sell faster and at a better price than traditional estate agents. On average the McCarthy Stone Resales team achieve a net price increase on the retirement properties they sell. For example, for properties bought new in the last three years and since resold, the net increase averages 6%. View resale retirement homes.
About Retirement Living
Retirment living in West Bridgford
Sports lovers are spoilt in West Bridgford. Named after the pretty Trent Bridge over the river, West Bridgford is known to cricket fans as home to the world’s third oldest Test Match ground, Trent Bridge, while the nearby City Ground is home to European Cup winners, Nottingham Forest football club. Holme Pierrepont Country Park, with its National Water Sports Centre, is perfect for all sorts of water-based adventures – or a leisurely stroll by the lakes and rivers.
Nottingham and its many attractions are only a few minutes away. This historic town boasts stately homes, including Wollaton Hall and Park, a man made cave network dating to 1250, an industrial museum, an arboretum and the National Justice Museum – as well, of course, as its many connections to the legendary Robin Hood.
- Conveniently situated close to these local amenities:
- Bus Stop 0.01 miles
- Church 0.25 miles
- Doctors 0.4 miles
- Shops 0.25 miles
Located on Rectory Road, our new development is just 0.25 miles from a range of pubs, cafés and shops, including a your usual high street stores.
There’s so much to do here, there is a wide range of clubs and societies, ranging from dancing, flower clubs, cricket clubs, rugby clubs to bowling clubs to name but a few.
Transport links are great, too. There’s a regular bus service from right outside the development on Rectory Road and with tram & train stops not far away.
Getting to Location
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