The answer to questions like these is a resounding ‘no.’
When you move to a Beechcroft retirement community, you’ll be completely independent in your own private property.
Beechcroft was founded 35 years ago to meet a growing need for elegant, stylish houses and apartments with plenty of living space – regardless of the number of bedrooms.
Your new Beechcroft home will have generously proportioned rooms and plenty of entertaining space. You may have a private terrace, balcony or garden – as well as access to the beautiful communal grounds.
Whilst you’ll be independent and able to maintain your privacy, you won’t be alone if you need help. The Estate Manager will be on hand – and you’ll find that your neighbours are very helpful. Rather than being isolated in a large home, you’ll become part of a friendly community.
If you choose a new home on a development with a neighbouring care home, you will be able to enjoy additional services without giving up your independence – hot daily meals, hairdressing, laundry services and social events are just a few of the benefits on offer.
After retirement, our lives change dramatically. Our waking hours are no longer organised according to our work schedule, we have more time to spend doing things we enjoy, some of us spend time at second homes abroad and many play a more active part in the lives of our grandchildren or younger relatives. Living independently in a Beechcroft retirement community makes this so much easier.
“Beechcroft has the right sort of balance – living at a Beechcroft development you are totally independent but have a community of like-minded people around you.”