McCarthy & Stone - Swift House AL, SL6
One of many fantastic Assisted Living developments in the South East, our Maidenhead site offers 60 new retirement apartments exclusively for over 70s looking to live in Berkshire.
Ideally situated, the development offers convenient access to surrounding areas such as Slough, High Wycombe, Bracknell, Marlow, Windsor and Reading via rail and road links which connect homeowners with the likes of the M4 motorway.
With close proximity to the town centre where you’ll find an array of shopping opportunities and entertainment, it’s a great place to choose for your retirement.
A large town in stunning Berkshire, Maidenhead has plenty to offer retirees. Mixing bustling town life with the relaxation of the countryside, it offers homeowners the best of both worlds with its varied scenic attractions and local facilities.
Our development is conveniently positioned in close proximity to the town centre where you’ll find an array of retail facilities. Nicholson’s Centre is the main shopping centre and combines with high-street and independent shops to ensure you always have access to everything you need.
Additionally, the town centre also provides plenty of opportunity for leisure and entertainment. A large selection of restaurants and cafes ensure you always have somewhere to eat while the local cinema, town hall, library and leisure centre provide plenty of entertainment options. There is also a local arts centre – Norden Farm Centre for the Arts – where you can see regular performances, exhibitions and displays.
Maidenhead also has great access to surrounding towns and cities via both road and rail. The local train station connects to Reading and the west as well as London Paddington via Slough and the east. With the M4 right on your doorstep, travel to these key towns and cities can also be enjoyed in your own car with many areas of natural beauty – such as Marlow and Windsor – also easily commutable.
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