warm, personal welcome awaits you at Broadfield Court in Prestwich. The landscaped gardens are taking shape and offer a beautiful backdrop to our stylish new development. We would love to show you around soon and explain how easy a move to McCarthy and Stone could be this summer. We don't just build beautiful retirement apartments. With a community of friendly neighbours, support where you need it and all the gardening and exterior maintenance taken care of, we really can change lives. Why not pick up the phone today and arrange your personal visit - you'll be surprised at just how much we have to show you and why our homeowners will love living at Broadfield Court.
You can also arrange your visit online or join us for one of our popular events, choosing the day and time to suit you. Book now
If you have a property to sell, we can help you with our Smooth Move service or discuss Part Exchange options. Visit us soon and find out more about how easy a move to Broadfield court could be this year.
We are very proud of all Broadfield Court has to offer; our impressive Bistro, our beautiful homeowners' lounge and the wonderful friendly community that our homeowners will be establishing. Why not come and see for yourself - you never know you might just love life here as much as we do!
Broadfield Court is part of Prestwich, right near the town's shopping precinct. McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living homeowners will be within walking distance of convenience shops on Rectory Lane and Bury New Road, as well as a Marks and Spencer Simply Food. Sedgley Park shops are a short bus ride away, where you can find a Sainsbury's Local, Lidl and post office.
Prestwich is a popular and affluent town in Greater Manchester with several large green parks, including the Prestwich Forest Park, home to many wildlife and flora. Philips Park is now a Local Nature Reserve and Prestwich Clough is a Site of Biological Importance. Active walkers can enjoy the several trails that wind through the woodland.
Other Prestwich landmarks include the Grade II listed Arts and Crafts building, Beech Tree Bank, renovated Victorian villas, and Poppythorn Cottage.
Houses feature many of the following: