Off-Plan Launch Of Retirement Apartments In Norfolk Broads

Posted 2 June 2021 by Keith Osborne

Retirement specialist McCarthy Stone has unveiled apartments at a new development, Homestead Place in Stalham...

Retirees considering a place to retire to in Norfolk now have a chance to reserve off-plan at McCarthy Stone’s Homestead Place retirement living development on the Upper Staithe Road in Stalham, a town that sits within The Broads National Park.

The one- and two-bedroom apartments at the new retirement community are currently under construction, with first homeowners expected to move in, in October 2021. Each individual property is beautifully designed to meet retirees’ needs, featuring spacious living areas and a high specification kitchen and bathroom.

The McCarthy Stone team in Stalham are now booking one-to-one appointments at its sales office, which is situated at its neighbouring development, Staithe Gardens. Appointments will be managed with the safety of visitors in mind, and all those who attend will receive an information pack, which contains a brochure, floor plans, prices, and service charge details. There will also be an opportunity for retirees to make a reservation and secure their stake in Homestead Place.

Samantha Watkins, deputy divisional sales and marketing director for McCarthy Stone Midlands, commented: “We’re very excited to announce that the wait is over for Stalham retirees, and they can now reserve a stylish apartment at Homestead Place.

“Homestead Place offers a unique opportunity in retirement living, having been specifically designed for those who want to live the retirement to the full, with the delights of coastal villages and the tranquillity of the Norfolk Broads within easy reach.

“We have already experienced high levels of demand for the bungalows at our adjacent development, Staithe Gardens which are now almost all reserved.”

Homestead Place will be exclusively available to the over-60s offering 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 £159,950 for a one-bedroom apartment and from £219,950 for a two-bedroom apartment. The last remaining properties at Staithe Gardens are currently priced from £299,950.

More than nine out of 10 customers would recommend McCarthy Stone to a friend, ensuring it has received the full five-star award for customer satisfaction from the Home Builders Federation for 16 years’ running. McCarthy Stone is the only UK housebuilder of any size or type to achieve this accolade for 16 consecutive years, which is every year the awards have been run.

Find out more about Homestead Place from McCarthy Stone.


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