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Oakwood Court giving the best of both worlds

Oakwood Court Inverness
Oakwood Court Inverness

Oakwood Court, a new McCarthy and Stone retirement living development on Crown Avenue in Inverness, is proving to be a roaring success, with 85% of apartments sold off-plan.

The stylish one and two bedroom apartments have been snapped up in an overwhelming response following on from the eagerly-awaited sales launch held at the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness.

With apartments at Oakwood Court being quickly reserved, and work on the site well underway, availability is becoming limited by the day so those interested in buying a property in this prime location of the Highland Capital are being urged to reserve without delay, or risk disappointment.

Lorraine Paterson, sales and marketing director for McCarthy & Stone, said: “We have been truly overwhelmed by the unprecedented response to Oakwood Court. The development has proven incredibly popular with over 60s in the local area, with 46 out of 53 apartments sold in the week-long sales launch.

“The high level of early demand is testament to the number of people in the local area who are looking to enjoy independent living within a safe and secure environment, but where they can also benefit from companionship and a sense of community.”

Oakwood Court will feature a stunning homeowners’ lounge ideal for socialising with friends, beautifully landscaped gardens in which to relax, and a convenient guest suite should homeowners have friends or relatives to stay.

It will also have its own house manager, who will take care of the smooth running of the development; a security entrance system, plus 24-hour emergency call points for added peace of mind for both homeowners and their families.

Prices for the remaining one bedroom apartments at Oakwood Court currently start from £168,000, with two bedrooms priced from £247,000.

Located in the heart of Inverness, homeowners will be within a short walking distance of the Eastgate Shopping Centre, which is home to a selection of retailers and services, including a post box and food court. Homeowners will also benefit from excellent transport links across the city, as there is a bus stop located directly outside the development.

Retirees looking to move to Oakwood Court can benefit from McCarthy and Stone’s Smooth Move service, which helps homeowners through every step of the moving process.

With removal experts on hand, everything can be carefully and securely packed away ready for the move, then safely transported and unpacked at their new home.

Contact: 0800 201 4740 or visit www.mccarthyandstone.co.uk

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