Work has begun on a new retirement living development in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
The new Brookfields House development, on Clayton Road in Newcastle, will offer an innovative approach to independent living that means its Homeowners don’t have to compromise on their lifestyle, their social life or their independence.
Alexandra Johnson, Sales and Marketing Director for Adlington Retirement Living, said: “We believe that later life doesn’t have to mean sacrificing the things you love. Retiring should be inspiring. Our approach respects our Homeowners’ privacy, surrounds them with friendly, like-minded people and supports their health and wellbeing today and in the future.
“We’re noticing more and more people choosing to move to upmarket and aspirational retirement communities whilst they’re fit and healthy – to future-proof retirement with peace of mind for the years ahead, and also to free up more time to focus on enjoying life.
Due to open in the summer of 2021, the development will comprise 75 luxury apartments for the over 55s, featuring a Homeowners’ lounge, table service restaurant, hairdressing salon, therapy suite and managed gardens.
A selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments will be available, all designed to make everyday life easier, safer and more comfortable. Every detail has been considered from the natural light and user-friendly layout to the spacious storage cupboards and private patios or balconies.
Quality fixtures and fittings will include hardwearing 80% wool carpets that reduce heat loss and add a touch of luxury, feature fireplaces, fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances and specially designed wet rooms.
Optional, additional care will be available as and when it is needed, for as long as it’s needed and a 24 hour emergency call system is linked to a dedicated on-site support team, 365 days a year.
For more information please contact a member of the Adlington Retirement Living team on 01260 285667 or visit our website www.adlington.co.uk.
"We believe that later life doesnt have to mean sacrificing the things you love. Retiring should be inspiring."
Alexandra Johnson, Adlington Retirement Living
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