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McCarthy & Stone - Burey Court, PR3

Prices around £169,999

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Interested in this development? Call +44 1995 493956 or Request details

The wait is over - our exclusive development of 33 one and two bedroom retirement apartments at Burey Court is now open Monday - Saturday, 10.30am - 5.00pm. Why not call today to arrange your visit?

We promise you a very warm, personal welcome and a good look round our brand new show apartments.

With almost 40 years' experience as the UK's leading retirement housebuilder, we know our homeowners value independence as well as community. That's why you can enjoy the peace and quiet of your own privately-owned apartment or choose to socialise in the beautiful homeowners' lounge. It's totally up to you.

Burey Court is proving to be very popular so don't miss out on your chance to reserve on of our remaining apartments. When you've found your perfect apartment we can help you move home easily - just ask our friendly sales team - you'll be settled in no time.

A small but beautiful town set in the borough of Ribble Valley, Longridge is a civil parish that forms part of Lancashire and is located just eight miles north-east of Preston.

Perfect for those looking to relax, Longridge offers plenty of natural landscapes to be enjoyed and is found at the western end of Longridge Fell which sits above the River Ribble. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Southern end of the Forest of Bowland is right on your doorstep too.

As well as the strong scenic aspect, Longridge also provides access to many key amenities including high street shops and a local library. A Sainsbury's supermarket is located directly opposite the development while a range of unique shops and restaurants are found in the town.

Further afield in Preston there is an even greater selection of amenities as well as regional and national supermarkets to choose from. A direct bus service operates to the city from Longridge and is just part of the strong transport connections that support the town.

Once a hub for cotton milling and quarrying, Longridge is now a highly desirable place to live that promises plenty of natural scenery, an interesting past and access to all the modern conveniences you could want.

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