McCarthy & Stone - Farnham Common, SL2
This development is Planning Approved. Located in The Broadway area of Farnham Common, the new McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living development will feature a range of one and two bedroom apartments for those 60 years old and over. Farnham Common is a beautiful little village in Buckinghamshire, just 3 miles north of Slough and 3 miles south of Beaconsfield.
The McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living apartments will be fully fitted with a master bedroom, kitchen and living room, and a spacious second room for those in the two bedroom apartments. Homeowners will have access to all the property has to offer, including the private Club Lounge with Wi-Fi and patio area, on-site car park, Guest Suite and landscaped gardens.
The development will have everything you could possibly need to make your life a little easier – there will be lifts to all floors, a mobility scooter charging room, House Manager and a 24-hour emergency call system. All apartments will also come with an intruder alarm and camera entry system to guarantee your safety.
You're also close to the town centre, and within a few paces of a local bus station. There is a Sainsbury's supermarket, a variety of restaurants and local amenities just moments away. Burnham train station is a 9-minute drive and has a direct service to London Paddington in under an hour.
Farnham Common is a beautiful tranquil spot to live, located on the border of the Burnham Beeches, a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation. The Burnham Beeches are 540 acres of ancient woodland that have been featured in many films, such as Harry Potter, Robin Hood, Goldfinger and The Princess Bride. There are over 60 different types of rare plants and animals that can be found amongst the hundred-year old trees and is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is open to the public and is a lovely place to wander and explore.
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