Set in the cathedral city of Ely with easy access to beautiful Cambridge, the proposed development of 57 Assisted Living apartments is designed to give all the advantages of purpose-built modern design in a historical city in Cambridgeshire.
The development will offer a range of one and two bedroom apartments, all of which feature fully fitted kitchens with electric kitchen windows, bathrooms with heated towel rails, and raised height electrical sockets and energy efficient heating throughout. The facility has a 24 hour emergency call system for your peace of mind, and is also staffed 24 hours a day.
Designed specifically for the over 70s, the development boasts on-site features such as a restaurant and landscaped garden, perfect for enjoying with family on a sunny afternoon. If your visitors want to stay longer then there's a guest suite available for their use. Car parking is also available, making travel to nearby locations such as Cambridge, the beautiful village of Little Thetford, or the UK's racing capital of Newmarket even easier.
There are all the conveniences of Ely available on your doorstep, including restaurants, cafes, and a large range of local shops and larger chains.
Key dates for your diary
Construction will commence from November 2016, and the first phase of apartments will be released for sale in July 2017. We expect the marketing suite and show apartments will be available to view from autumn 2017 and we look forward to welcoming our first homeowners in January 2018.
Ely, Lisle Lane is a proposed development which aims to provide assisted living in a historic and attractive city. Perfect for the demands of modern living, Ely has a convenient Post Office, a range of convenience stores and larger supermarkets, and a great selection of highly-rated local restaurants. There is an award-winning Farmers' Market twice a month, and weekly general and craft markets in this vibrant and dynamic city. The nearest Doctors' surgery is a short walk or quick drive away.
Situated in the north east of Ely, the apartments will be a short walk from the River Great Ouse. Trains run direct to Cambridge, Norwich and London, and there are also good links by road around Cambridgeshire and beyond.
The university city of Cambridge is easily reachable by car or train, and offers theatres, contemporary art and great museums. You can also enjoy the University's Botanic Garden, soak up the atmosphere of the city's beautiful waterways such as The Backs, and explore some of its world-renowned colleges.
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 Glenhills Court in Glen Parva.
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