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Official Opening Of Romiley Retirement Development

Posted 6 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

The Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport recently opened Adlington's The Folds, an award-winning retirement living community...

The Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport, Councillor Adrian Nottingham and Mrs Diane Nottingham, have officially opened The Folds, a brand new retirement community on School Brow in Romiley.

The grand opening of Adlington Retirement Living’s 50 age-exclusive apartments was celebrated with a sparkling reception in the beautifully appointed restaurant and lounge.

The Mayor spent the afternoon viewing show apartments, discussing the design and construction of The Folds – which won Silver for Best Retirement Development at the WhatHouse? Awards 2020 – and engaging with the on-site team. The Mayor and Mayoress joined new homeowners and potential purchasers to mark the occasion.

He commented: “It was wonderful today to meet so many happy homeowners. The Folds is a superb new development where retirees can enjoy the privacy of their own home in their beautiful apartments, and they also have access to a restaurant, lounge and landscaped gardens. I was really impressed with the facilities and also with the sense of community.”

Alexandra Johnson, sales and marketing director at Adlington Retirement Living, added: “We were delighted to welcome the Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport to officially open The Folds. It was a pleasure to show them around and discuss so many aspects of life at The Folds. We thoroughly enjoyed their visit and thank them for their time and interest. Adlington Retirement Living aims to empower our older generation to live a long, happy and healthy life. We do that by creating safe and secure environments with active communities, extensive facilities, and spacious, quality homes where our homeowners can enjoy their retirement.”

The FoldsAvailable to over-60s, a range of one-, two- and three bedroom apartments include quality fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, many feature en suite shower rooms and separate bathrooms and most have walk-on balconies or a patio area overlooking the beautifully landscaped gardens.

Set alongside the Peak Forest Canal, residents can enjoy the private gardens and its summer house, with further communal facilities including a hairdressing salon, therapy suite and activities studio. A guest suite, equipped with a kitchenette and en suite, is also available for visiting friends and family.

The 24-hour on-site support team provide homeowners with added peace of mind and, if needed, the option of tailored personal care. In addition to this, there is a sophisticated emergency call system as well as a security video entry to manage access.

Prices right now start at £139,250 for a one-bedroom apartment. Find out more at adlington.co.uk.

 

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