The Landsby is a new concept in luxury later living, offering stylish one and two-bedroom apartments set in private-members’ club-style surroundings.
Phase one apartments are available to buy now (50 per cent sold), from £490,000 to £1,600,000*.
Discover the lifestyle you could lead at the Landsby. Call 020 3143 8876 to book your appointment today.
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Looking for a new retirement property is exciting, you can envisage all your décor ideas, soak up the community you could be a part of and explore the surrounding area.But then you remember one thing: the dreaded housing chain.To banish this unwanted worry and make...read more
A special support service from McCarthy & Stone ensures retirees don't miss out on extra incomeMany of us approaching retirement or looking to downsize in the future will make the financial implications of such a life change a key priority.And while assessing the...read more
If you’re looking for a retirement property that can offer the perfect balance of independent living, opportunities to socialise, and the reassurance of care services for the future – then look no further than Charters Village.This award-winning retirement...read more
Retirement house builder Robin Hughes made sure that his mum would be happy living in his new development for over 55s before offering homes for saleOccupying a prestigious site with views of Windsor Castle from its rooftop sky lounge, bar and terrace,...read more
Every year, charities undertake amazing work to support a whole raft of worthy causes - but they need support to make a real difference Every year, leading developer and manager of retirement communities, McCarthy & Stone commits to working alongside a...read more
A grandmother of two is helping retirees find their dream home at Brio’s new retirement community currently under development in Chapelton five miles south of Aberdeen.Violet Teague, 71, who has more than 32 years’ experience selling new homes in the...read more
Sheila Hancock talks to Retiremove about her new film Edie and why she has no intention of retiring at 85 BY JANE SLADE Sheila Hancock is quite matter of fact about getting old. “I think it’s good to keep the stairs as it means I have to keep moving,” says the...read more
Former BBC Royal Correspondent JENNIE BOND reveals what she would put in her own memory box, after been inspired by those at Moore Place care home, which Jennie opened in December I'm sure most people would agree that memories, rather than possessions or...read more
LOUISE MIDGLEY meets artist and beekeeper Sharon Jervis and discovers how she was inspired to create a new range of health and body-care products in her 50s As a little girl Sharon Jervis was fascinated with birds and learnt to recognise their individual calls. She...read more
‘Failing to plan is planning to fail’, is a true adage when it comes to preparing for retirement and why it is never too soon to 'experience the lifestyle' at one of McCarthy & Stone's brand new developments Central to making the most of your retirement is where...read more
At aged 84, she still visits the gym to practice standing on her head and choreograph new gymnastic routines Marjorie Carter, a grandmother from Bradford, and former Olympic gymnast, is still performing gravity-defying routines at the age of 84. Now...read more
Bromley offers the best of both worlds for retirees downsizing, with affordable properties close to the capital More retired people today are favouring urban areas to enjoy vibrant neighbourhoods, restaurants, shops and good access to public transport. Estate agents...read more
A magnificent Normandy chateau dating from 1650 is launching this spring as an exclusive-use self-catering retreat. Located near the town of St Lo, Château de L’Angotière is the idea spot to enjoy a break with friends or celebrate a special anniversary...read more
by JANE SLADE My husband had disappeared beneath the waves for such a long time I feared he would not come up again. Finally he emerged, whipped off his snorkel and mask and spluttered. “I have never seen such fabulous fish,” and dived below again. A...read more
You don’t have to travel far to discover a breath-taking region you can explore at your own pace on two feet or two wheels. For those seeking fresh air, magnificent scenery and somewhere off the beaten track should take a look at what a new tour operator...read more
LOUISE MIDGLEY makes the most of the long balmy evenings to keep her borders in order Watering the hanging baskets, newly planted specimens, tomatoes and cucumbers in the greenhouse has to be my main priority during this ‘Flaming June’ heatwave. However, there’s a...read more
Jane Slade looks at newly introduced products and plants beautiful enough to grace our gardens. Rosa Dame Judi Dench from David Austin Roses This enchanting Hybrid Musk variety named after one of Britain’s most beloved stars of stage and screen, is one of...read more
LOUISE MIDGLEY enjoys spring colour and the promise of things to come in her garden In March, no two days are the same. Growth is rapid and a shrub that’s in bud one day can be in full flower the next. Yesterday I noticed the Sophora microphylla ‘Sun King’ had finally...read more