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McCarthy & Stone - Huddersfield, HD1

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Enter retirement in style with the latest development from award-winning home-builders McCarthy & Stone. Featuring all of the latest conveniences and high-end luxury style, each apartment is built to meet the specific needs of those over 60, without compromising on design or comfort.

The Huddersfield development will feature a range of one and two bedroom properties, each complete with fully fitted kitchen; including oven, hob and hood. Shower rooms are fitted and ready for immediate use and telephone and TV points are pre-installed in the living room and main bedroom. Selected apartments in the development will include balconies and there is a residents’ lounge available on-site. Outside the development, landscaped gardens are maintained year-round.

McCarthy & Stone developments are designed to offer total freedom and independence with added peace of mind and security. With fully-maintained surroundings and communal areas, Retirement Living apartments remove some of the stresses and worries of maintaining a property, whilst still offering fantastic living space and locations. 24-hour emergency call systems are in place throughout the property and raised-height electrical sockets and slip-resistant flooring make day-to-day tasks easy to manage.

Huddersfield is well connected by road with links to both the M1 and M62 and also provides easy access to surrounding areas including Halifax, Wakefield, Dewsbury and Bradford. For public transport, Huddersfield train station provides comprehensive local and regional rail services with express services to Leeds and Manchester. Regular trains also service Liverpool, Manchester Airport, Newcastle upon Tyne, Scarborough and York.

Key dates for your diary

Construction start date, sales release and first occupation are still to be confirmed and are subject to planning permission.

Local area

Offering an ideal location halfway between Leeds and Manchester, the large market town of Huddersfield is the largest settlement in the metropolitan borough of Kirklees in West Yorkshire. With a wealth of Victorian architecture, easy access to stunning natural landscapes and a bustling local community, the town is a great place to enjoy your retirement. Historically, Huddersfield became known as an important manufacturing town during the Industrial Revolution. Local industries produced woollen textiles that became prized possessions throughout the UK and further afield.

These days the town offers plenty of attractions for visitors and locals alike. Pay a visit to the grand Victoria Tower on Castle Hill, built to honour Queen Victoria on her 60th birthday. For time outdoors head to the stunning Beaumont Park, located close to the development and offering a fine example of a Victorian era public park including water cascades, bandstands and extensive woodlands. Enjoy a peaceful walk through the grounds or stop at the café for some light refreshments in the surrounds of beautiful green landscapes.

There are plenty of convenient amenities and facilities located within Huddersfield. The town features three main shopping areas: Kingsgate, the Packhorse Precinct and The Piazza Centre, which features a landscaped outdoor area that plays hosts to a range of events throughout the year. The adjacent Market Arcade enjoys listed building status and the area also features a public library and two large supermarkets.

Huddersfield is a rich cultural town with a variety of annual events including the Festival of Light, a Caribbean Carnival and The Huddersfield Literature Festival. The local Lawrence Batley Theatre also presents a regular program of dance, drama, comedy, music and exhibitions.

See for yourself

If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Broadfield Court, Prestwich.


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