McCarthy & Stone - Rogerson Court, YO42
We are delighted to announce a development of 34 one and two bedroom Retirement Living apartments in Pocklington, East Riding of Yorkshire. The development will provide luxury retirement homes exclusively for the over 60s, featuring beautiful landscaped gardens and a central lounge for socialising and relaxing.
Ideal for those seeking retirement apartments in the East Riding of Yorkshire, our Pocklington development is ideally located in the bustling town centre, with a wide range of amenities right on your doorstep.
Each apartment has been carefully designed with convenient car parking, a homeowners' lounge for socialising with neighbours and a 24-hour call system in case of emergencies. Homeowners also have access to beautiful landscaped gardens which offer fantastic outdoor space for recreation throughout the year.
As well as you owning a beautiful apartment to be proud of, this development will provide everything you would expect from a McCarthy and Stone Retirement Living development.
- You can enjoy the company of friends and neighbours in the luxurious Homeowners' Lounge
- Take a walk in the beautiful landscaped garden, knowing it will be fully maintained on your behalf
- Feel secure in the knowledge there is a House Manager on hand to provide you with help and support should you need it at any time during the day
- Have friends or family over to stay in the comfortable guest suite*
- Secure video entry system
- 24 hour emergency call system
Pocklington offers easy access to the surrounding areas and is easy to reach from neighbouring York, Beverley, Bridlington, Hull and Driffield. It is located directly on the main route between York and Hull for easy access to both cities. The development is served by a number of bus routes that reach all parts of the town and surrounding areas.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
A busy market town, Pocklington sits at the foot of the stunning Yorkshire Wolds, offering plenty of beautiful green space and stunning surroundings for hikes, picnics, cycling and nature watching. It was once the second largest settlement in Yorkshire after York and has the honour of featuring in the Doomsday book. Today, it offers a rich history, a diverse cultural calendar and plenty of amenities and services right on your doorstep.
The town’s skyline is framed by the towers of the 15th century Church of All Saints, a must-visit for history buffs that boasts peaceful gardens and stunning architecture. Close to the toewn centre, Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum provides plentiful green space and is home to the National Collection of Hardy Water Lillies. Millington Wood is also a fantastic outdoor space to explore and Pocklington Canal offers scenic footpaths and walks. The canal has been named one of the top 10 places to see natural aquatic life in Britain. Lovers of culture should visit the Pocklington Arts Centre to experience its mixed programme of film, music, drama, dance, lectures, workshops and exhibitions.
Pocklington also offers a varied calendar of events including an annual beer celebration known as Pocktoberfest and the Flying Man Festival, which remembers Thomas Pelling, the ‘Flying Man of Pocklington’ who made an unsuccessful attempt in the 18th century to fly from the top of a local church using a pair of homemade wings.
With a town centre location this McCarthy and Stone development has a number of amenities right on its doorstep including both Sainsbury’s and Aldi supermarkets, as well as a variety of cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops.
For fans of fitness and health the local Francis Scaife Sports Centre offers a variety of classes and equipment as well as a 20-metre swimming pool. In addition, there are two golf clubs located just outside the town.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 Stillington Oaks in Easingwold.
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