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Inspired Villages, Warwick

PUBLISHED: 11:39 08 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:55 16 October 2015

Inspired Villages

Inspired Villages

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Inspired Villages in Warwick is a new retirement village offering the over 65s an active and luxurious lifestyle.

Inspired Villages, WarwickInspired Villages, Warwick

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Comprising spacious one and two-bedroom homes set in manicured, landscaped grounds, residents will benefit from an idyllic village and community feel.

Each of the new homes has been designed to the highest specification, including fitted or walk-in wardrobes, feature fireplaces and integrated appliances. We have also created highly practical, modern kitchens with lower worktops, wall cupboards within safe and easy reach, and easily accessible drawers.

But unlike a traditional retirement home, Inspired Villages in Warwick offers a vast range of amenities to make residents’ lives easier and more fulfilling. From the alfresco seating areas around the bistro-bar and deli-shop-café, to the relaxation and invigoration found at the wellness spa and swimming pool, the village has a wide variety of facilities aimed at creating a happy and active community.

For anyone craving some serenity, the village library sits within the village centre but feels a world apart, offering a peaceful space for reading, writing and quiet contemplation. The nearby beauty salon offers a different kind of retreat, with a selection of services and treatments to keep you looking as young as you feel.

On top of that, there will be opportunities for residents to try new hobbies, keep fit and improve their wellbeing. In addition to the large spa and relaxation pool, there will be a modern gym as well as social activities and clubs. Residents will also benefit from an array of hotel-style services with a 24-hour reception, maid, concierge, laundry service and onsite handyman all available.

Another permanent feature of an Inspired Village is the presence of the on-site village care team. The team not only delivers care when requested or required for residents of the apartments, but provides comfort to residents that help is available in the event of an emergency, accident or illness - or should their health deteriorate and their needs change accordingly.

Since opening the sales suite at the beginning of August, there has been a significant number of reservations during the holiday period. September is expected to be even busier as people return from holiday and look seriously at our Retirement Villages and plan their life ahead.

The first 49 apartments are on track to be ready in February 2016. Inspired Villages in Warwick provides many types of accommodation for the over 65s and prices for a two-bed apartment in phase one range from £299,000 to £516,000.

Anyone interested in finding out more should call Village Advisor Kate Ruscoe on 07469 857585 or visit www.inspiredvillages.co.uk

About Inspired Villages:

Inspired Villages is a visionary partnership between English Care Villages and Places for People.

Drawing on two decades of experience, the team from English Care Villages has established its reputation at the forefront of retirement living in the UK. Their unrelenting commitment to quality and choice underpins a sincere belief in providing premium lifestyle options for today’s older generation.

As one of the UK’s largest and most trusted property and leisure management, development and regeneration companies, Places for People specialises in creating thriving and sustainable communities.

Contact details

Address

Gallagher Way

Warwick

CV34 6AF

Telephone: 0800 032 7923

Website: inspiredvillages.co.uk

Facebook: facebook.com/inspiredvillageswarwick

Twitter: @inspiredwarwick

Email: hello@inspiredvillages.co.uk

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