Located right near Singleton Park andwith Swansea Bay closeby, the McCarthy & Stone Sketty Retirement Living Development boasts 21 stylish one bedroom apartments and 26 two bedroom apartments exclusively for those over 60. The site offers homeowners a unique, private and tranquil environmentas the development falls away from the road in to a natural basin. Most apartments will have lovely garden views, and three apartments on the second floor feature long-reaching sea views out to the south.
All apartments include a fully fitted kitchen and shower room, under floor heating and a 24-hour emergency call system. Homeowners can enjoy the large, beautifully landscaped gardens and outdoor recreational area, and visitors can stay overnight in the high quality private guest suite. There are 38 car parking spaces on-site and for security and peace of mind, a house manager on call.
The Retirement Living development is well situated, with a Sainsbury's Local, pharmacy, Tesco Express, Lloyds Bank and post office all within walking distance. The local hospital is 1 mile away. A bus stop is locatedjustin front of the development and Swansea City is 2 miles awaymaking iteasily reachable by public transport or car.
Key dates for your diary
Currently, apartments are expected to be available to buy off plan during the early part of 2017 with the first homeowners expected to move in to their apartments in Spring 2017. Please note, development times may vary, if you would like to stay up to date with the progress of our development at Sketty, please register your interest.
Sketty is a popular area of Swansea thanks to its proximity to the seafront and wide variety of nearby parks. The development is close to the beautiful Gower Peninsula and the famous, picturesque fishing village ofMumbles. Less than a mile away is Singleton Park, the largest urban park in Swansea ' it's a nice spot for a walk through the botanical gardens, or to relax by the lake in summer. There are several community events held here throughout the year, including the annual Proms in the Park, where you can listen to orchestral classical music.
The town is a stunning mix of different architectural styles, from Victoria to Edwardian villas, and has several notable buildings. Visit St Paul's Church, St Benedict's Roman Catholic Church, Sketty Hall and Hendrefoelan, a Tudor-style stone mansion.
South of Sketty is the Derwen Fawr district where you can find a number of sporting facilities including a swimming pool, golf course and playing fields. In Swansea itself, you can visit the National Waterfront Museum, Oystermouth Castle, the Clyne Gardens and Swansea Bay.
You can really do as much or as little as you like in Sketty - whether it's enjoyingwalks along the stunning natural coastline or relaxing with a hearty, homecooked meal at one of Sketty's best kept secrets, Dilly'sKitchen - it's a great place to enjoy your retirement.
See for yourself
If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Paxton Court, Tenby.
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