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Retirement Show Suite Opens In Stalham

Posted 11 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Over-60s house-hunters in Norfolk can now see first-hand the homes and lifestyle on offer at Homestead Place...

McCarthy Stone – a multiple winner of a coveted WhatHouse? Award – is inviting retirees in Stalham, Norfolk to view the new show suite at Homestead Place, its Retirement Living development off the Old Market Road.

The one- and two-bedroom apartments at the new retirement community are currently under construction, with first homeowners expected to move in this autumn. Each individual property is designed to meet retirees’ needs, featuring spacious living areas and a high-specification kitchen and bathroom.

Local retirees are invited to make an appointment for a one-to-one, socially distanced tour of the new show suite at the development, so they can take a closer look at the lifestyle on offer and find out more about how a move to Homestead Place can help them get the most out of their retirement years.

Cheryl Bissett, divisional sales and marketing director for McCarthy Stone, said: “We have already experienced high levels of interest in Homestead Place, so we’re very excited that we can now invite retirees to visit our new show suite to enable them get a feel for the thoughtful design and high specification of our apartments.

Homestead Place“We also know that for many of us, lockdown has made us reassess our housing needs, and we are seeing more retirees deciding to take the plunge and downsize their home. The low-maintenance living available at Homestead Place allows retirees to stay independent for longer, become part of a thriving community and spend their time doing the things they love. I would encourage anyone looking to downsize to book a one-to-one appointment to visit our new show suite now.”

Homestead Place is exclusively available to the over-60s and offers a choice of one and two bedroom apartments as well as a range of shared facilities such as a homeowners’ lounge for socialising, landscaped gardens and a hotel-style guest suite. Prices at Homestead Place currently start from £172,950 for a one-bedroom apartment and from £219,950 for a two-bedroom apartment.

Known as the gateway to the Norfolk broads, Stalham is a dream retirement destination for lovers of the great outdoors and has all the amenities homeowners need on their doorstep. Whether they wish to spend their days strolling the Broads or enjoying the refreshing sea breeze on Sea Palling Beach, there is plenty to discover.

Find out more about Homestead Place from McCarthy Stone.


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