McCarthy & Stone - Conachar Bank, PH2
We are delighted to announce over 75% of the beautiful properties at our Retirement Living development of 50 one and two bedroom apartments are now sold. All remaining apartments at Conachar Bank in Perth are open for viewing Tuesday - Saturday, 10.30am - 5.00pm.
Located on Isla Road, one of Perth's most desirable locations, this site is ideally located for those looking for retirement apartments in close proximity to areas including Scone, Crieff, Auchterarder, Dundee and Coupar Angus.
Here at McCarthy & Stone, we appreciate that you'll want access to varied activities and that is why all of our accommodation sites boast an impressive range of features. Alongside strong transport links and a desirable location, our Perth development offers a charming sunroom and rooftop terrace – perfect for those looking to relax amidst beautiful surroundings.
Conachar Bank is within easy reach of Perth city centre, with a bus stop close to the development – providing residents with access to an extensive selection of high street stores as well as smaller, independent boutiques.
Those with an interest in nature will find the development's location adjacent to the River Tay offers ample opportunity for exploration. Some of Scotland's finest parks are also found in the city for those who enjoy a stroll and the chance to explore the local countryside.
Sports and leisure services found in the local vicinity include indoor and outdoor bowling as well as facilities for golf, swimming and fishing. Those with a keen interest in history will also enjoy the array of museums and other notable attractions found in the city, such as Scone Palace which is located just a short distance from Conachar Bank. As the crowning palace of Scottish Kings and the favoured holiday retreat of Queen Victoria, the Palace is a popular year round visitor destination.
In terms of wider transport links, Perth has excellent connections to a wide variety of destinations and is known as a transport hub for both road and rail journeys across Scotland.
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