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Local developer, Adlington, has begun work on its new £13m luxury retirement development on Buxton Road in Macclesfield, which will consist of 64 one, two and three bedroom apartments along with elegant communal spaces, exclusively for the over 60s.
The new development, The Bridges, will be ideally situated on the banks of the Macclesfield Canal and is due to open during 2019.
Delivering independent living with tailored 24-hour on site care and support for homeowners, should it ever be needed, Adlington’s apartments are carefully designed with safety and security in mind, and an exceptional quality of materials and finishes is delivered throughout. Homeowners will enjoy generous living and dining spaces, fully-fitted quality kitchens and a balcony or patio to their apartment, as well as use of a spa suite offering a variety of relaxing treatments. There will be a table-service restaurant offering a tempting deli menu, breakfasts and a three-course lunch daily, a hairdressing salon, sociable lounge area, as well as an activities and crafts room for everything from gentle exercise to art classes.
Claire Reede, Sales and Marketing Manager at Adlington, commented: “We are thrilled that work has began on our new site in Macclesfield and we’re very excited to see it progress over the coming months. The development will provide stunning apartments in a beautiful location overlooking Macclesfield Canal and within easy reach of a good selection of local shops. We’d encourage anyone wanting to know more about our new apartments to register their names with us.”
Councillor Beverley Dooley, Mayor of Macclesfield, commented: “It’s fantastic to see a development like this in Macclesfield and I do hope it will provide a great experience for the many people and their families that can benefit from independent living like this. Macclesfield has a wonderful community and I’m really looking forward to seeing The Bridges become a new addition to it.”