Time to call your own. What else do you wish for in retirement? “Thanks to the gift of time, we can stop and take a moment to absorb the beauty of our new surroundings,” retirees tell us.
Beyond the private garden of your new park home there is extensive green space. “And it’s lovely,” they say.
A place to call home
We all love our home comforts – and to indulge in a little luxury when we can.
Arbor Living homes are designed for people who appreciate quality in their environment. When the weather turns so cold as to keep us from opening our doors, we welcome a garden view and the abundance of daylight streaming in. Modern park homes are built for interior comfort come rain or come shine. Insulated to keep out draughts, they keep in the warmth when autumn sends chillier days.
All retirees want a cosy kitchen with generous dining space, fitted with latest-design appliances. It becomes the heart of your home. People want a home designed for life:
- Beautiful en-suite bathrooms
- All new furnishings and fittings throughout
- Spacious bedrooms – and an extra room to use for study or a hobby and to serve as a guest room.
Safe and secure
In later life, we know how to protect ourselves from risk and worry. We become more resilient as life experiences prepare us for the future as we get older. Nevertheless, it’s reassuring to live in a home which affords us the right measure of protection from the outside world when necessary. The gated community which Arbor Living residents join gives an extra level of safety and is something they appreciate at this stage in their lives.
A place in the country
While we may not choose to live out in the countryside, we do like the country feel. A village-like community is often the best of both worlds for retirees and semi-retirees. The park environment Arbor Living have created devotes a lot of area to green space. Every home has a private garden beyond which the landscape is planted with trees, shrubs and plants to make it feel as if everyone lives in one great garden. The homes have plenty of space around, for privacy. They are the distance apart from each other you would choose yourself if you were to design the park.
Life in the Lymm community
When you venture out of Willowpool, you are never far from local parks and woodlands at Spud Wood, Ridgway Grundy Park and the parkland around Lymm Dam. Your grandchildren will soon come to love them as much as you do. Get a copy of the Lymm Walks map from the Heritage Centre and keep it safe in your hall drawer to take with you until they become familiar routes.
You’ll soon come to learn that Lymm is a village of festivals and celebrations and they’re staged throughout the year. The summer Lymm festival lasts 11 days, the Duck Race draws crowds in April and the Dickensian is unmissable in December. Lymm and District Round Table organises the Lymm Beer Festival at Lymm Village Hall every September.
Pick up a copy of Lymm Life from one of the local shops and stay up to date with what’s happening in the village. If you’re looking to start another new hobby – and to make new friends in the process – see the list of clubs for art, bridge, knitting for charity, Scottish country dancing, gardening, photography, a Wine and Beer Circle and many more.
Another reason to love Lymm
Stress-free living. Warrington is one of the UK’s most chilled out places to live according to a recent survey. With its Warrington postcode, and being within the boundaries of Warrington Borough Council, Lymm can rightfully claim it too.
To find out more, visit us at Willowpool, Lymm, and ask about park home life, Arbor Living style.
Luxury park home living at Willowpool in Lymm
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