Strowbridge: market remains strong for retirement property

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

Talk of a downturn in the property market does not apply across the board – the demand for quality retirement homes remains strong, according to Avery Healthcare managing director John Strowbridge.

“Retirement homes that provide a quality life style for elderly people are in demand,” he says.

“There is an obvious appreciation when it comes to providing, not just a suitable shelter, but a quality way of life for older people.”

Mr Strowbridge point to his company’s newly developed retirement home near Chester as an example.

“The six Crabwall Lodge apartments have proved popular and are selling well,” he said. “All apartments are two bedroom with one of the bedrooms having ensuite bathroom, with either bath or shower. In other words, they are all top-of-the-range units.

One has already sold and interest has been strong and an exclusive development like this will not available for long.” Current prices for the Crabwall Lodge units start

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