Harrogate retirement apartments sell fast

in Business/Harrogate

Ortus Homes is celebrating after the unprecedented success of its much anticipated Bewick Grange development in , with 94% of homes now sold or reserved since it launched last year.

Bewick Grange compromises  apartments aimed for the over 55s and is the first time in the area for Ortus Homes.

Liz Green, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Ortus Homes, said:

We’re truly overwhelmed by the fantastic response to our new Harrogate development. It really is testament to the need for this type of housing in the area, and Bewick Grange’s fantastic location.

We know having built two previous Retirement Living developments in Harrogate, which were both very successful, that there is a clear need for this type of age-exclusive housing in the local area. What we identified was that there was a younger end of this that wanted to downsize to a lower maintenance property, but didn’t want to compromise on style or location. People 55 and over have been limited up to now and have had to consider moving to a different area to find the type of lifestyle offered by Ortus Homes.

Bewick Grange has given people 55 and over in Harrogate the opportunity of staying in the area, as well as providing an attractive offering for those looking to downsize from further afield. After being named ‘the best place to live in the North East of England’ by the Sunday Times earlier this year, as well as winning numerous other awards, Harrogate has proved to be somewhere that many people over 55 would consider relocating to, to fully make the most of their later years.


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