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03/12/2021 Siddington Park, Corporate
Award-winning later living property specialist Rangeford Villages celebrated the launch of the first show apartments at its latest living development Siddington Park on 1st December with the first social event for the village’s reservists. Located on the outskirts of Cirencester, the village development is set to be completed Autumn 2022. It will offer 123 contemporary one to three bed apartments, with prices starting from £299,950.
The one and three bedroom showhomes allow prospective buyers to feel the quality and high standard of the development. Like all the future homes at Siddington Park, they feature a contemporary, modern design carefully elaborated with the needs of over 60s in mind, with single floors, open plan layouts, spacious kitchens, and easy access walk-in showers.
Apartments will be energy efficient with underfloor heating and double-glazed windows. The open plan lounge and kitchen dining areas will offer flexible living options, and each master bedroom will be fitted with wardrobes. The community will be staffed 24/7, and the latest technology console for emergency calls will be installed which offers many other facilities and benefits, allowing residents to feel safe and secure both while at home and away.
Commenting on the concept of the showhomes, Rebekah Jones, Managing Director of Ombré Interior Design says: "To me, Siddington Park is all about breaking down barriers - there is far too much clichéd design out there aimed at the senior living market and Rangeford Villages is all about individuality, modernity and a future proof living solution.”
Siddington Park will offer resident the chance to enjoy a busy and fulfilling lifestyle, with access to an array of onsite amenities rivalling those of a five-star hotel including The Pavilion bistro and bar, wellbeing spa, pool, gym, yoga and dance studio, residents lounge/cinema room, and hair and beauty salon. A guest suite will also be available for any family or visitors that wish to stay overnight while enjoying their own space.
Residents will be able to be as relaxed or as active as they please with access to an array of groups and clubs for an enriched life including fitness classes at the gym, walking clubs, Zumba, dance, boules, arts and crafts and book clubs. Optional tailored wellbeing plans will also be available to help residents seamlessly transition into their new home and integrate themselves into village life.
Siddington Park already received a lot of interest since reservations opened in spring 2021. One reservist says:
“It provides everything that I am looking for: the ability to have help if and when I need it, the community aspect and The Pavilion’s Bistro if I don’t feel like cooking. Once I move into my new apartment, I will not have any worries about maintenance or gardening. All these tasks are taken care of.”
Additional support will include concierge and housekeeping teams who can help with anything from replacing a light bulb, paying bills, to arranging appointments and transportation. For those who need it, Rangeford’s Domiciliary Care team will also provide care and support, with tailored packages, plus there is 24/7 support available for extra peace of mind.
Situated on former parkland site, the grounds will feature exceptional landscaped gardens, outdoor seating areas and pathways with intelligent night-time lighting, a boule court and raised bed allotments for resident use. In addition many homes will have the luxury of their own private outdoor space – either a garden patio or balcony.
The pet friendly village will provide endless walking routes, both on and off the development with the historic town centre of Cirencester under 2 miles away.
Prospective buyers can now book a tour and enquire further by contacting the team at Rangeford Villages on 0800 1357420 or by visiting www.rangefordvillages.co.uk
Rangeford Villages, the award-winning retirement specialist has appointed James Doherty as Senior Development Manager. Doherty brings with him over 20 years of construction experience, much of which has been in retirement living.
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