Inverness in Inverness

Retirement Properties from McCarthy & Stone starting from Price on application

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Sitting in a pretty area of one of Scotland's largest cities, the latest proposed development from McCarthy & Stone provides Retirement Living accommodation that combines impeccable style with all of the comforts of a managed property.

Maintain full independence with the added peace of mind of a house manager, 24-hour emergency call systems and an on-site laundry service. Make day-to-day life as easy to manage as possible with lifts to all floors, car parking and raised-height electrical sockets. A dedicated homeowners' lounge is available for socialising and relaxing and stunning landscaped gardens provide beautiful outdoor space.

The development will benefit from being located in a leafy area of the city, close to the town centre and its wealth of amenities. Just half a mile away from the main entrance, the Eastgate Shopping Centre offers a wealth of shops and services including several high street names.

Local transport links are excellent and include a bus stop directly in front of the proposed development with regular services towards the town centre. The city's railway station is also just a short walk away and provides services throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK. The Inverness development is well located for access to surrounding areas including Raigmore, Culloden, Loch Ness, Beauly and Moray.

Local area

The historic city of Inverness is the northernmost city in the UK with a thriving economy and a multitude of attractions for all ages and interests. Inverness offers the perfect combination of rich commerce and busy city living with the added benefit of being surrounded by areas of stunning natural beauty and a wealth of outdoor space. Inverness has been voted the Scotland's happiest place to live on two occasions.

With a history that spans back to the 6th century, the city boasts a number of historic buildings. The pretty Old Town area is home to a number of specialist shops nestled amongst old brick buildings and ancient cobbled streets.

For culture enthusiasts there are a number of theatres and museums in the area, including the family-friendly Inverness Museum and Art Gallery which allows visitors to explore the heritage of the Highland area and the Aviation Museum, a must for any flight enthusiasts. The Tarbat Discovery Centre is also a great place to learn about archaeological excavations in the area.

As is traditional in the Highlands, Inverness also offers fantastic access to a number of golf courses as well as the annual gold championships. The Highland Games are another big attraction for the area, drawing visitors from all corners of the globe.

Pay a visit to Culloden Moor, a National Trust maintained site that set the scene for the bloody Battle of Culloden in 1746. Learn more about the events of that fateful day at the visitor centre, or enjoy a walk across the dramatic Highland landscape.

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, which is Conachar Bank in Perth.

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Typical 1 bedroom - Plot 914
1 Bedrooms
Typical 2 bedroom - Plot 905
2 Bedrooms
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