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Last Chance At Codsall Retirement Development

Posted 22 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Just two homes for over-60s remain for sale at McCarthy Stone's Brindley Gardens retirement scheme...

McCarthy Stone is celebrating the success of its Brindley Gardens Retirement Living development on Duck Lane, Codsall, where more than 95% of the age-exclusive properties have now been sold.

Just two properties now remain at the development, which is aimed at the over-60s. With so much to offer, Brindley Gardens has proven to be a big hit with retirees who are keen to explore the many benefits of downsizing and to enjoy their retirement years to the full.

Cheryl Bissett, divisional sales and marketing director for McCarthy Stone, said: “Since we opened the doors to Brindley Gardens it has been a real success story. Each property has been designed to enable discerning retirees to downsize without comprise; and with a vibrant community and a prominent location, homeowners at Brindley Gardens can enjoy easy access to a host of local amenities.

“I would urge anyone interested in moving to Brindley Gardens to act without delay to secure their stake in this popular development.”

Facilities at Brindley Gardens include a communal lounge – ideal for socialising – landscaped gardens and a convenient hotel-style guest suite. A house manager is on hand to take care of the day-to-day running of the development, while a 24-hour emergency call system provides added peace-of-mind.

Situated outside of Wolverhampton city, Brindley Gardens provides the perfect backdrop to your retirement years, with plenty of amenities, leisure activities and attractions on the doorstop. The development also benefits from excellent transport links to Wolverhampton, and further afield.

Prices for the remaining two-bedroom apartments at Brindley Gardens currently start from £235,000. As well as the option to buy an apartment outright, rental and part buy-part rent solutions are also available.

Find out more about Brindley Gardens from McCarthy Stone.


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