The latest property from award-winning builders McCarthy & Stone is located in the charming town of Amesbury, just a few miles north of Salisbury city centre. Our proposed Retirement Living development is currently subject to planning, but will be home to 27 stylish one and two bedroom apartments, available exclusively for those over 60.
Our modern homes will boast a fully fitted bathroom and kitchen complete with oven, hob and hood. We-ve included extra little features such as raised electrical sockets and a 24-hour emergency call system if you need an extra hand. Our apartments are designed to keep you well connected, with a telephone and TV point in both the living room and main bedroom. Enjoy lovely sunny balconies with views over our landscaped gardens (selected apartments), as well as our exclusive homeowners- lounge for entertaining guests or socialising with neighbours. You-ll also be able to make use of our private car park with 16 spots available for permit-holders.
Our proposed development will be within easy reach of Amesbury-s amenities - you-ll find an ALDI supermarket directly in front of the property, and the local library and St Melor doctor-s surgery less than 500ft away. There are also several restaurants, churches and hotels all conveniently located on the streets surrounding the complex.
Key dates for your diary
Construction start date, sales release and first occupation are still to be confirmed.
Amesbury is a beautiful little town approximately eight miles north of Salisbury, Wiltshire. It-s the longest continuous settlement in the UK and draws thousands of visitors every year, who come through Amesbury to visit Stonehenge, just two miles away. It-s also a picturesque spot in its own right, sitting right on the banks of the River Avon. Explore the area on foot thanks to the many walking trails, see one of the largest Mesolithic collections in Britain, or pick up fresh fruit and vegetables at the weekly community market.
From Amesbury, it-s easy to get into Salisbury, with a direct bus service running every 15 minutes. When it comes to historical sites, Salisbury has more than its fair share - there-s the iconic Salisbury Cathedral, built over 800 years ago; an original 1215 copy of the Magna Carta; the local Salisbury Museum; and Old Sarum, an Iron Age hill fort and Roman ruins. Salisbury has a variety of cafes, tearooms and pubs, as well as brand name and independent shops. For art lovers, the town also puts on regular cultural events, such as the Ageas Salisbury International Art Festival, and exhibitions at Young Gallery and Fisherton Mill.
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 Wykeham Court in Wickham.