Where would you like to live?

Advertising feature in association with McCarthy and Stone / 18 February 2020

Looking for a stylish, contemporary and low-maintenance home for your retirement? With McCarthy & Stone you won’t be short of options.



The company currently has new properties on sale and for rent in more than 100 locations all across the country – from Milngavie in Scotland right down to Bude in Cornwall, and dozens of places in between.

Some people pick a location that’s close to their current home, so they can stay close to friends and family while moving to an energy-efficient home that suits their latest needs.

Others seize this chance to fulfil a dream of retiring to the seaside or look for a home close to the countryside.

1 Shackleton Place, Devizes

A bustling medieval market town in the heart of Wiltshire.

2 Hawkesbury Place, Stow-on-the-Wold

A great base for exploring the Cotswolds.

3 Wayfarer Place, New Alresford, Hampshire

A beautiful Georgian town close to the heritage Watercress Line steam railway.

4 Portland Grange, Leek

Plenty of pubs, cafés and shops in this pretty market town on the edge of the Peak District.

5 Chesterton Court, Ilkley

Keen walkers love the fact that this famous Victorian spa town is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the glorious Yorkshire Dales.

6 Clarendon House, Poole

Close to the beach on the Jurassic Coast – one of the most popular seaside sites in the country.

7 Sycamore Court, Scarborough

On the stunning Yorkshire coast, Scarborough claims to be the world’s first seaside town.

8 Burrstone Grange, Thorntoncleveleys

Known for its 11-mile stretch of coastline, culminating in the award-winning Cleveleys beach and promenade.

9 Pen Morvah, Bude

A thriving coastal community with a great jazz festival.

10 Triton House, Worthing

Just yards from Marine Parade, the town’s old pier, a fine restored theatre and lots of museums and art galleries.

Come & See 
Call 0800 882 1487 to visit one of our developments or for a free brochure, or visit McCarthy & Stone.



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