Honor Barratt of Wadswick Green talks about retirement for the baby-boomer generation

Posted 17 September 2014

Retirement is one of the major events in anyone’s life – a chance to re-evaluate one’s lifestyle entirely to maximise the enjoyment of the extra time you have at your disposal. For many people, it’s a time to consider whether their current home is exactly what they need and want. There can be few more beautiful areas to retire to than rural Wiltshire, which is where the Wadswick Green development for over-60s is taking shape.

Here, James Dearsley speaks to Honor Barratt of Wadswick Green ahead of The WhatHouse? Show in Brighton on 27/28 September. She talks about the aspirations of the baby-boomer generation which is starting to come to retirement and the options open to this group of people. She also describes the company’s design ethos and the lifestyle which the age-exclusive development of contemporary properties will offer its residents.

Wadswick Green will be exhibiting at The WhatHouse? Show, giving visitors the chance to talk to Honor and her team first-hand about the range of properties currently available at the Wiltshire development. You can get full details of the properties on the stand at the Hilton Brighton Metropole event as well as the benefit of the expert advice and insight from the Wadswick Green representatives.

Click on the link below to view the interview in full and register your interest in attending the show here.

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