We are delighted to announce that we are now selling a well presented Assisted Living over 70's development of 52 one and two bedroom apartments. Goodes Court is situated on Baldock Road, next to Royston Golf Course and the beautiful open space and nature reserve of Royston Heath, within walking distance of banks, chemists, a post office, supermarket and dentist. There is a bus stop on the main road outside the development, and the mainline railway station is just over half a mile away.
Why choose an Assisted Living apartment?
The Assisted Living offers the very best of independent retirement living at a very high standard, with security; peace of mind and companionship built in. Should you require additional assistance, this can easily be arranged via the estates management team who are on site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Goodes Court residents benefit from one hour of domestic assistance included in their service charge - just ask for more details.
Facilities on site:
The centre of Royston is home to a chalk cave which was discovered in 1742, and which is now preserved underneath the town's central crossroads. The carvings in the cave have led to much speculation about the cave's origin and function. The town hosts an annual Royston Arts Festival in October, and is close to Audley End Stately Home, and six miles from The National Trust's Wimpole Hall and the Imperial War Museum at Duxford.
The Assisted Living retirement home development is situated on Baldock Road, next to Royston Golf Course and the beautiful open space and nature reserve of Royston Heath, within walking distance of banks, chemists, a post office, supermarket and dentist. There is a bus stop on the main road outside the development, and the mainline railway station is just over half a mile away.
- Tannery Drift School - Primary (0.2 miles)
- St Mary Roman Catholic Primary School (0.5 miles)
- Studlands Rise First School - Primary (0.7 miles)
Royston sits at the junction of the A10 and A505 roads, and is only a short distance from both the A1(M) and M11 motorways linking it to Newmarket to the east, and Saffron Walden to the west. It is on the Hitchin-Cambridge Line and is a stopping point for regular services operated by First Capital Connect. Air transport links include both London Luton and London Stansted airports, both of which are major air hubs in the south of England.
Distances are straight line measurements
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McCarthy & Stone specialises in the construction of purpose built properties for the over 60's. This means that the features designed into our developments could be of particular interest to you. The process begins from the moment we plan the location of a new scheme, right through to the detail touches that provide practicality and ease of maintenance with the older homebuyer in mind.