Retirement Properties in Gloucestershire

Churchill are delighted to announce that we have identified a site in the historic town of Cirencester for a proposed collection of one and two bedroom retirement apartments. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, picturesque Cotswold villages and within easy reach of the cities of Gloucester and Bristol, Cirencester is a vibrant market town with a wealth of shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, music venues and theatres.

The acquisition and development of the site is subject to the grant of planning consent.

Register your interest today for updates on this exciting new development.

Our developments have been carefully designed to make life easier, leaving you free to enjoy your retirement.

All apartments are completely self-contained with their own front door, providing you with privacy and peace and quiet when you want it. There is a choice of one and two bedroom apartments and they may all vary slightly when it comes to dimensions and position of rooms.

Kitchens are tiled with colour-coordinated worktops, and come with integrated appliances.

All apartments are inspected by our Customer Services department to ensure they meet the high standard of finish and quality expected by our customers. Churchill Retirement Living is the only major housebuilder to offer a 3 year warranty period as standard. Churchill is also a member of the National House-Building Council and every Churchill apartment is also covered by a 10 year NHBC Buildmark warranty.

 

  • 24 hour call centre support system
  • Energy efficient and economical heating
  • Free parking
  • Guest Suite for friends and family
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Lodge Manager
  • Owners' Lounge with Coffee Bar and WIFI
  • Secure camera entry system
  • Walking distance to town centre

Less maintenance, no unexpected bills and complete transparency

What you may not be aware of:

  • Energy efficient heating system which not only reduces costs but also reduces your environmental impact
  • Reduced heating costs with our well insulated apartments
  • All apartments are fitted with modern energy efficient appliances which have low running costs
  • No hidden costs or unexpected bills with our easy to budget service charge
  • With our developments being so close to local amenities, this helps to reduce the need to use a car and the associated costs
  • Downsizing can help to lower your Council Tax bills
  • We always aim to keep the cost as low as possible.
  • Owners are consulted twice yearly about the service charge

Who is responsible for the management of the Lodge?
All developments are managed by Churchill Estates Management Limited, our own property management company, ensuring your confidence in the expertise of our team operating under the Churchill Group.

How a new Churchill apartment could help reduce your costs:

Now is the time to take stock and think about how much time and money you have spent over the past year on house maintenance. If the answer is far too much, then a lifestyle with fewer maintenance worries and a service charge that’s easy to budget for could be the answer to saving money and enjoying more of your time on the things you love.

There are many misconceptions about service charges and many of our Owners are pleasantly surprised that the service charges for their apartment frequently work out less than what they were paying in comparable costs on their previous property.

Our Service Charge typically covers the cost of providing a Lodge Manager, security systems and call monitoring, external maintenance of the building and grounds, building insurance, heating, lighting and provision of all of the furnishings for the Owners’ Lounge and communal areas – all essential ingredients of the independent lifestyle our developments provide.

We always aim to keep the service charge cost as low as possible, and we provide a full budget breakdown for all our Owners to consider, consulting with them on this every 6 months.

“Living in a Churchill Apartment is absolutely marvellous. The whole building is so nice and warm all the time that we’ve hardly had to use the heating inside our apartment. When we do turn it up a notch or two it’s nice to know we don’t have to worry about the cost or the environmental impact, as it’s all so energy efficient and covered within our annual service charge.”

John and Doreen Pitt, Lewis Carroll Lodge, Cheltenham

We appreciate everyone’s household costs will differ which is why we encourage Customers to complete a ‘Savings Calculator’ with one of our Sales Executives. This calculator is designed to offer a comprehensive understanding of the value in our easy to budget Service Charge.

Local area

Situated in the heart of the town, this proposed development is perfectly placed to enjoy Cirencester’s unique mix of national stores, independent boutiques, restaurants and cafes, and to explore the surrounding countryside.

  • Known as ‘the capital of the Cotswolds’, Cirencester is steeped in history and considered by many to be one of the most beautiful areas in England.
  • The town boasts one of the oldest Charter Markets in the country featuring an array of stalls which include crafts, luxury items, local produce and keepsakes.
  • The Market Place offers something for everyone, with a choice of high street stores, independent retailers, local boutiques, cafes and restaurants, as well as Bishops Walk covered shopping area.
  • New Brewery Arts is Gloucestershire’s hub of visual and performing arts and crafts, housed in a converted Victorian brewery with an art gallery, studios, craft shop and café.
  • Cirencester has an abundance of cultural attractions including the award-winning Corinium Museum, Roman amphitheatre and the Abbey Grounds
  • Cirencester’s location at the centre of the Cotswolds makes it the perfect place to explore the surrounding towns and villages including Bilbury, the market town of Tetbury, Stroud in the Five Valleys and Bourton-on-the-Water known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’
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Retirement homes
in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is a county that has a splendid city at its heart - boasting excellent shopping centres, museums, activities, restaurants and pubs. It is dominated by the magnificent Gloucester Cathedral, and a short walk from the centre takes you to the historic Gloucester Docks, once the most inland port in Britain.