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Luxury retirement living in Lytham; new community 50% reserved ahead of opening

The lounge at The Sidings in Lytham

A new retirement living community in Lytham, has reserved almost 50% of its luxury apartments, two months ahead of completion.

Construction began in late 2020 at The Sidings, a brand-new Adlington Retirement Living community, located next door to Booths in Lytham.

The new community, on Wharf Street in Lytham, will offer 65 one, two and three-bedroomed retirement apartments for the over 55s, in a safe and secure environment, with the benefit of patios or walk-out balconies to most apartments.

This week, Adlington Retirement Living has released new photographs of a range of show apartments and communal facilities including the Homeowners’ lounge, restaurant, hairdressing salon, therapy suite and fully maintained gardens.

Alexandra Johnson, Sales and Marketing Director for Adlington Retirement Living, said: “Our award-winning approach to independent living, ensures Homeowners don’t have to compromise on their lifestyle, their social life or their independence. We aim to provide a community spirit, whilst promoting independence and individual respect. It’s a chance to become part of a thriving community of like-minded people, with a shared outlook.

“Since our marketing suite opened in March, we’ve been inundated with enquiries from potential homeowners booking a tour of The Sidings. We look forward to welcoming our first homeowners before the end of the year.”

Four of Adlington’s retirement communities have won Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards for the Best Retirement Development at the WhatHouse? Awards, the UK housebuilding’s most prestigious event. Adlington House in Otley won the Gold Award in 2017, The Folds in Romiley and the Bridges in Macclesfield won the Silver Award in 2020 and 2019, and Adlington House in Portishead won the Bronze Award in 2015.

Alexandra Johnson adds: “One of the main benefits of retirement living is not having to worry about maintaining a house and garden anymore. It’s lovely to hear many of our Homeowners at our other communities comment on the free time and energy they have to enjoy life. They often remark how much more ‘me time’ they discover not having to worry about repairs, DIY or mowing.”

One of the aspects that appeals to many Homeowners is the fact that optional personal care packages can be put in place to suit individuals’ needs. Be it short-term support after an operation, or more regular, long-term tailored personal care, the team work closely with their local care partner to ensure a flexible solution to suit each individual.

Alexandra Johnson explains: “More of our Homeowners are choosing to move to retirement communities whilst they’re fit and healthy, to future-proof their retirement. We offer a personal approach to care to ensure that each individual receives just the right amount to maintain their independence, allowing them to enjoy their retirement to the full.

“Even though many of our Homeowners do not need specialist care, the Adlington on-site support team is always there in the background giving them and their families comfort that in the event of an unexpected fall help is immediately to hand.”

Each apartment at The Sidings in Lytham has been designed to make everyday life easier, safer and more comfortable. Every detail has been considered from the natural light and user-friendly layout to the spacious storage cupboards and private patios or balconies.

Quality fixtures and fittings include hardwearing 80% wool carpets that reduce heat loss and add a touch of luxury, feature fireplaces, fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances and specially designed wet rooms.