McCarthy & Stone - Scarborough Bramcote RL Plus, YO11
Available exclusively for those over 70, this is a development of 32 one bedroom and 22 two bedroom retirement apartments overlooking Scarborough Castle and the surrounding sea, making it one of the most beautiful spots in the area.
Homeowners are within easy distance to the local shops such as Boots, Sainsbury's and Marks and Spencer's, as well as other gift and novelty stores. The development is just a mile away from a Tesco supermarket, and there are bus stops 500 yards away that take you to the town centre, train station and further afield. Scarborough train station has regular services to York and surrounding towns, while the development is easily accessed by road via the A64 to York and Leeds, the A165 to Bridlington, and the A171 to Whitby.
The development features excellent security systems including 24 hour, 365 days a year onsite staffing, an onsite restaurant providing freshly prepared 3 course and 1 hour of domestic assistance each week. Furthermore, there's lift access throughout, so it's easy for residents to get around. Homeowners benefit from a social lounge, where you can relax and catch up with friends, as well as a guest suite that's perfect for visitors. Outside, you'll discover beautifully maintained gardens and plenty of greenery, along with car parking facilities.
The apartments are warm, spacious and comfortable, offering a cosy atmosphere that will make you feel at home right away. Fully fitted kitchens include an integrated fridge/freezer, an oven with ceramic hob and a stainless steel sink. Through to the living room, you'll find a large, airy space that's ideal for relaxing and enjoying the peace and quiet. In the bedroom, you'll discover a walk-in wardrobe and carpet throughout, while the level access shower room is conveniently tiled and includes various safety features, such as easy grip rails and non-slip flooring.
Located along the picturesque Yorkshire Coast, Scarborough is a popular holiday destination thanks to its long history, beautiful beaches and range of fun community events. Scarborough is thought to be the world's first seaside town, dating back to the 1600s when the health-giving waters of the local spring were first discovered. The beachfront town is also known for the 11th century castle sitting atop a high rocky promontory that boasts panoramic views over the dramatic Yorkshire coastline. Today, you can take a tour through its collection of artefacts, some which are over 3,000 years old, enjoy an English afternoon tea in the Master Gunner's house or take part in one of the many pirate or Robin Hood-themed events. It's even rumoured to be haunted by three ghosts!
Scarborough has plenty of other things to see and do. Once primarily a seaside resort, it's now also home to many cultural attractions, including live theatres, creative arts centres and museums. The annual Scarborough Jazz Festival is held at the historic Scarborough Spa every September, while another festival, Seafest, sees folk singers, shantymen, musicians and artists flock to the harbour to put on a not-to-be-missed show!
The beaches in Scarborough are not only a great place to visit in summer, but also the starting point to explore along the Yorkshire coast. South Sands has an outer harbour for pleasure boats and yachts, where you can take a trip out around the bay. Head further north to find the North York Moors National Park, full of birds and deer, or go down south to the world famous Bempton Cliffs, where you'll find puffins and gannets.
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