Residents move in at Rutland close care facility

Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The first residents have moved into 11 close-care bungalows in a Rutland village developed by a subsidiary of Castleoak Construction. Design and build specialists, Castleoak Construction completed the 11 bungalows which were built in a courtyard next to an existing nursing and residential home at Tixover near Stamford. Castleoak¹s subsidiary, Tixover Developments Ltd, have already sold nine of the units on a long-leasehold basis and the remaining two homes are now on the market for £109,950. Each of the bungalows at the development ­ named Welland Meadows after the local river ­ have been finished with materials in keeping with local architecture to give the development an air of quality and character. Castleoak chairman Melville Knight said the interior of the properties had been designed to facilitate independent living for frail elderly people, with flexibility to accommodate purchasers¹ specific needs. High quality landscaped garden areas had been created within the grounds, providing attractive view

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