At the McCarthy & Stone Moreton-in-Marsh Retirement Living development, everything is at your fingertips. The town centre is just 350m from your doorstep, coffee shops and supermarkets are just down the road and the Moreton-in-Marsh train station is located only a few streets away, with a direct line to London Paddington.
The McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living development offers 21 lovely one bedroom apartments and 13 two bedroom apartments exclusively for those over 60. The apartments boast fully fitted kitchens with an oven, hob and hood, as well as double-glazed windows and walk-in wardrobes in selected apartments.
The development has all the latest features such as a 24-hour call system, fire detection equipment and lifts to all floors. For peace of mind, homes are also equipped with a camera entry system and intruder alarm. Relax in the homeowners' lounge, have visitors stay the night in the guest suite and enjoy the beautiful landscaped gardens. For those with cars, there is on-site parking available to permit holders.
Homeowners will be within walking distance to Moreton-in-Marsh's High Street, where you'll find a Co-op and Tesco Express, as well as a Lloyd TSB, dentist, post office, doctors' surgery and a pharmacy.
Key dates for your diary
We are pleased to announce that construction has started and we anticipate being ready for first occupations in November 2016. For the opportunity to reserve an apartment off plan this summer, register your interest today.
Moreton-in-Marsh is a gorgeous little town in the northern Cotswolds. Once a thriving 13th century market town, you can still stock up on local produce and handmade goods at the weekly Tuesday market whose 200 stalls attract locals and visitors alike.
Markets aside, there is plenty to see in Moreton-in-Marsh. The High Street is lined with elegant 18th century inns and houses, while the town's oldest building, the 15th century Curfew Tower is also worth a tour. A short walk from the centre of town leads you to a local Caravan Club and the Wellington Aviation Museum where you can discover the history of the Vickers Wellington bomber.
JRR Tolkien fans will especially love Moreton-in-Marsh ' it's said that the town was one of the inspirations for many scenes in Lord of the Rings. The Prancing Pony in Tolkien's town of Bree is believed to be based on the local Bell Inn, and indeed the similarities are undeniable. Also in Moreton-in-Marsh you'll find the Four Shire Stone, a 9-foot high pillar made from Cotswold stone. It's said that this stone was the inspiration for Tolkien's Three-Farthing Stone as featured in the Shire. Hobbits or no hobbits, Moreton-in-Marsh is a great place to be!
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 Francis Court, Worcester.
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