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LIVE 24-SEVEN


A PRIVATE RETIREMENT PROPERTY FOR THE DISCERNING MUM AND DAD


Choosing where to retire can be both challenging and overwhelming. This is why friends and families are increasingly involved in their loved one’s retirement plans. After all, it’s a decision that impacts everyone.


If you’re seeking out the perfect retirement property, then ensure you include Lime Tree Village, in Dunchurch, in your search plans.


This private luxury retirement village could be the idyllic setting that your loved one truly deserves. A natural extension to the village, The Polo Field offers a range of two- and three-bedroom high-quality new build cottages in three styles – you’ll be spoilt for choice!


This award-winning village offers so much more than its properties, it’s the community atmosphere that’ll bring your search to a halt. Residents organise their own vibrant social calendar which typically includes trips to museums, gardens, the theatre, food festivals and concerts, alongside village events and special interest groups.


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You’ll soon be wondering when you can move in after seeing Cawston House, an Edwardian mansion, which includes a restaurant, bar, conservatory, meeting room, snooker room, library – and an onsite visiting GP.


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• Edwardian mansion village clubhouse


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Properties available from £229,950* to £475,000*. The Polo Field, Lime T


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* Other charges apply and leases are subject to an assignment fee. Please ask for details. ** Subject to availability . Please ask for full terms and conditions, other charges do apply. P art ownership is available only in conjunction with a new build purchase.


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There are plenty of beautiful walking spots too, the village sits close to Draycote Water, Caldecott Park and Swift Valley Nature Reserve.


Nearby to a few popular tourist attractions, such as Warwick Castle, Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage & Gardens – you won’t be short of a good day out when you visit either!


For more information about Lime Tree Village call 01788 211799 or email limetreesales@retirementvillages.co.uk. www.limetreevillage.co.uk


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