Churchill Retirement Living has officially released 65 new retirement apartments in Andover, with a number of the properties already being reserved off-plan.
Potential purchasers are being encouraged to make an appointment to find out more about Chantry Lodge on Chantry Street, a stunning development of 65 one and two bedroom purpose-built apartments for the over 60s.
Deborah Waldeck, Regional Marketing Executive for Churchill Retirement Living, said: “We are delighted with the popularity of Chantry Lodge so far and would urge anyone interested to get in touch soon to find out more about the lifestyle on offer.
“Our properties offer security, peace of mind and independent living, along with support and a sense of community. Being in a manageable home with low maintenance can offer a new lease of life for our Owners, while ensuring they are close to amenities and surrounded by a new community.”
The low maintenance apartments at Chantry Lodge have been designed to make life easier and more enjoyable in retirement years. All the apartments have spacious rooms throughout and an ideal combination of design and functionality. The fully fitted, stylish kitchens include a built in fridge and freezer, hob and an oven, which is located at an easy-reach height.
All of the properties also benefit from illuminated light switches for added convenience. Owners enjoy ultimate peace of mind from a fitted camera entry system for the highest level of security and a 24 hour emergency call system.
With less to worry about, Owners will have more time to do the things they enjoy, including taking advantage of the host of other benefits which will be on offer including having family or friends to stay in the development’s well-appointed Guest Suite, enjoying a chat with neighbours on the roof terrace, or attending one of the many events, which will take place in the Owners’ Lounge. There is also a Wellbeing Suite for Owners to use at their leisure.
Chantry Lodge is located in the picturesque market town of Andover in the Test Valley. It’s attractive high street and narrow walkways date back to Saxon times and offer a good choice of high street stores and local retailers for all of your shopping needs. There is also a street market in the town centre every Thursday and Saturday.
The area is rich in history and has a number of interesting museums to visit, including The Museum of the Iron Age, The Museum of Army Flying and the Museum of Army Chaplaincy.