A warm, personal welcome awaits you at Wainwright Court in Kendal. The landscaped gardens overlooking the River Kent are taking shape and offer a beautiful backdrop to our stylish new development. We would love to show you around soon and explain how easy a move with McCarthy and Stone could be this summer. We don't just build beautiful retirement apartments. With a community of friendly neighbours, support where you need it and all the gardening and exterior maintenance taken care of, we really can change lives. Why not pick up the phone today and arrange your personal visit - you'll be surprised at just how much we have to show you and why our homeowners love living at Wainwright Court.
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If you have a property to sell, we can help you with our Smooth Move service or discuss Part Exchange options. Visit us soon and find out more about how easy a move to Wainwright Court could be this year.
We are very proud of all that Wainwright Court has to offer; our award winning Chef, our beautiful gardens and the wonderful friendly community that our homeowners are establishing. Why not come and see for yourself - you never know you might just love life here as much as we do!
The old market town of Kendal is set in the spectacular surroundings of the Lake District. It's also only a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales National Park, making it a popular destination for walkers and sightseers alike. Inspired by his surroundings, Alfred Wainwright, the author of the well-known guidebooks, lived in Kendal for the vast majority of his life.
Kendal was a centre for the woollen industry as well as a destination for cattle drives from Scotland. The town boasts many Victorian buildings constructed from local limestone, but its history stretches much further back and even showcases the remains of a Norman Castle.
Kendal has been given the moniker of 'the gateway to the Lake District' and its transport connections are testament to this. The M6 is a stone's throw to the South, providing easy access to both Penrith and Carlisle. Kendal is well-served by rail connections and forms part of the West Coast main line from London to Glasgow.
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