Demand for our retirement homes soars
We have experienced a surge in enquiries from retired people looking to move into purpose built houses and apartments at our retirement developments that have plenty of outside space.
We run two popular retirement complexes, Fairmount Park in Nab Wood, Shipley and Currergate Mews in Steeton – which is conveniently located between Skipton and Keighley. There are just two properties currently available.
Konrad Czajka, Managing Director at Czajka Care Group said: “We get so much positive feedback from our friendly retirement communities who are able to enjoy the spacious settings that Fairmount Park and Currergate Mews offer. During lockdown especially, people have really enjoyed having their own patios and garden areas, where they can sit outside and enjoy the sunshine. At Fairmount Park they have also been able to use the immaculately kept bowling green, where they have been able to take practise bowls and use the putting green as part of their daily exercise.
“I think what makes our exclusive retirement developments so attractive, is that unlike other complexes, our residents have access to acres of secure grounds and it’s a huge plus for those that have been enquiring recently too.”
At Currergate Mews the three bedroom purpose built new homes, are set within a safe and secure environment totalling four acres of mature gardens. The development is located close to the popular village of Steeton and just half a mile from the train station, which offers easy access to Skipton, Leeds and Bradford. All the houses are available to buy outright, or on shared equity terms, as well as being available to rent.
Konrad explained: “The whole ethos at Currergate Mews is about giving people aged 55 and over the opportunity to live independently, in their own house, but with the reassurance that help and assistance is close-by if it’s ever required. Residents can take advantage of all the on-site amenities that Currergate Nursing Home offers including its restaurant, meal delivery services, cleaning services, 24-hour a day care as well as our on-site maintenance team.”
All the homes at Currergate Mews are built using Yorkshire Stone and are finished to an exceptional standard with contemporary kitchens, high quality carpets, door entry security systems, allocated parking areas, landscaped gardens and intruder alarms.
At Fairmount Park there are a range of purpose built one and two bedroom apartments as well as houses. Residents can enjoy the extensive leisure facilities at The Clubhouse, which is located on site. Its community and leisure facilities include a stunning swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, restaurant, bar, snooker room, putting green, bowling green, boardroom facilities and private function suite. In addition, a recently refurbished gym includes new state of the art treadmills, exercise bikes, a multi-gym and other weights equipment. The Clubhouse has been redecorated during lockdown, so when it finally reopens residents and members will be able to enjoy its new refreshed look and feel.
Konrad added: “When we built Fairmount Park we set a whole new standard for retirement homes in the area. Today the development remains as popular as ever and is now home to a long established friendly community.
“Homes at Fairmount Park don’t come on the market very often, so this is a rare opportunity for anyone over the age of 55, who is planning for the future, to take their pick from the available two apartments, the houses are very sought after and we currently have none available. With care services and packages available on the doorstep, we also have an extensive social calendar under normal circumstances, which has understandably been curtailed during lockdown, but we are still able to provide a delicious range of meals from our talented chef at The Clubhouse delivered to our residents – with a number of very popular take-away options.”
Anyone wanting further information about Fairmount Park or Currergate Mews can call 01274 599564.
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