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24/09/2020 General, Siddington Park, Corporate
24 September 2020
Rangeford Villages, the award-winning later living property specialist, hosted a tree-planting ceremony on 24th September 2020 to launch its newest development, Siddington Park, on the outskirts of Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds. The village will offer 123 apartments exclusively for the over 60’s, with completion scheduled in summer/autumn 2022. There will be a mixture of one, two and three bed contemporary apartments as well as a wealth of resident focussed facilities.
All homes have been designed with the needs of the later living community in mind, with single floors, lifts to all apartments, open plan layouts, spacious kitchens and modern bathrooms with easy access walk-in showers. Siddington Park will promote an independent and fulfilling lifestyle, and there will be a wide variety of apartment layouts and features to suit each resident’s tastes, many complete with private entrances, garden patios and balconies.
All apartments will be highly 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 comes complete with fitted wardrobes. All external and communal maintenance at the village such as window cleaning and grounds upkeep will be entirely handled by the Rangeford Villages onsite team, including the additional support available by the Rangeford Care domiciliary care and Housekeeping services.
Residents will be able to enjoy a sociable and fun lifestyle as part of the friendly and supportive community, with a regular events calendar featuring exercise classes, day trips, cultural events and resident-led hobby groups. Situated on the 12-acre former parkland site, the homes will be surrounded by beautiful communal landscaped gardens with allotments available for green-fingered residents.
The Pavilion bistro and bar will form a central social hub for residents, family and friends. Residents will be able to take advantage of the wellbeing amenities: pool, gym and yoga and dance studio, where numerous classes will be run, as well as a boules court in the beautiful gardens. Wellbeing and beauty services will also be on offer at the salon and spa.
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, the 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.
Howard Nankivell, CEO at Rangeford Villages comments: “We are delighted to bring our later living community model to Cirencester. Our village in Siddington will offer beautiful surroundings and being close to the town centre means that our future residents will feel very much part of the wider Cirencester community and they will enjoy access to many facilities and shops within walking distance.”
He continues: “There is a significant undersupply of high-quality retirement housing in the UK, which affects many retirees’ quality of life. The coronavirus pandemic has only worsened this and shown the importance of feeling supported and part of a community. Retirement communities have proven their vital role in ensuring older people are supported, looked after and avoid feeling isolated, which can have huge positive consequences on wellbeing.”
The marketing suite is now open, with priority off-plan reservations opening from 1st October. Appropriate Covid-19 secure protocols are in place. For more information about Siddington Park call 01285 580 922 or, for general information, visit www.rangefordvillages.co.uk.
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