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UK Retirement property

Luxurious later living comes to Hampstead

Luxurious later living comes to Hampstead

The Oren by Elysian Residences turns traditional retirement living on its headIf you ever wonder in your wildest dreams where you might live through your advancing years, it probably doesn’t include five-star hotel facilities, with members’ club-style...

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Retro diner opens in Anchor care home

An Anchor-run care home in Bradford has opened a 1950s retro diner to help stimulate memories and conversations for people living with dementia. Transporting residents back in time, the kitsch American diner at Mill View is kitted out with slick leather booths, a...

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Discover the wonders of Wiltshire with McCarthy & Stone

“The fibres of England unite in Wiltshire,” wrote author E M Forster, in his novel the Longest Journey back in 1907. Today, over 100 years, later that statement is still true If you want to live somewhere that is lively and vibrant and combines unspoilt...

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The Albert Suites – the luxury care experience

With restaurant quality food, chauffeur driven outings and a butler to meet residents’ every wish, the Albert Suites are taking nursing care to new heights Bespoke and personalised care is often aspired to but rarely attained for the aged and nursing sectors; however,...

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Are you ready to try something new?

Carole Bly now has the opportunity to indulge her passions for travel, belly dancing and family time, thanks to stress free Retirement Living. Carole, 73, who lives in Bexleyheath, believes that the key to a happy retirement is spending time with loved ones, exploring...

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Retiring to the capital

To retire in London – the only way is up says Jane Slade Retired schoolteacher Kathleen Rawes, 85, missed London’s theatres and restaurants so much after she retired to Harrogate that she moved back six months ago. “I was craving a taste of city living,”...

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Retirees home in on bungalows

A surge in the popularity of bungalows has prompted Britain’s leading retirement housebuilder, McCarthy & Stone to provide more single-storey homes Despite proving popular in the UK, construction of bungalows has suffered a decline in recent years – a...

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Downsizing doesn’t mean compromising

If you’ve spent a lifetime in a large house surrounded by big pieces of furniture, what can you do when you want to downsize? For John and Frances Jenkins, the answer was to buy a Beechcroft home at Maygate Place in Medstead, Hampshire as Mrs Jenkins...

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Getting off the property ladder

Renting in retirement means being free of home ownership When Olive Young sold her home in IIford in Essex in 2006, she had one certainty about retirement – she no longer wanted to be a home owner. Divorced and in her late 50s at the time, Olive had sold...

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