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11 JULY 2020 • SATURDAY DAILY MAIL


Financial planning & charitable donations Retire with community living


New homes from Lifestory brands Renaissance Retirement and PegasusLife off er a new way of living, with communal lounges and social kitchens where owners meet, chat, relax and socialise among friendly faces


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OWNERS’ SOCIAL KITCHEN AND DRAWING ROOM


With a bustling events schedule including coff ee mornings and online events, along with weekend excursions to nearby areas of natural beauty such as the New Forest, commu- nity living provides the perfect balance of socialising with neighbours and friends while being able to retreat to your own private space when you feel like enjoying your own company. One of the benefi ts of lock-


down has been to allow many of those living around the capital to reassess their homelife. Driven by factors like the importance of outdoor space and a supportive community, it’s leading to a growing desire to explore new pastures. Lifestory’s develop- ments across the South and South West have attracted buyers who are looking to enjoy a slower pace of


life with like-minded people


in stunning coastal or forested surroundings and in homes of exceptional quality. PegasusLife’s Holmwood devel-


opment in Brockenhurst sits in the heart of the New Forest and benefi ts from a direct train


T e Renaissance Retirement


LIFESTORY’S DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTH WEST HAVE PULLED IN BUYERS SEEKING A SLOWER PACE OF LIFE IN STUNNING COASTAL OR FORESTED SURROUNDINGS


to London Waterloo, keeping


its residents connected to the capital. T ere are 22 one- and two-bedroom high-specifi cation apartments and two cottages. Community living is encour- aged through a shared Social Kitchen, Owner’s Drawing Room and


beautifully landscaped


garden with cosy seating areas. T e style is reminiscent of a country cottage and certainly feels homely despite being shared with other


residents. start at £600,000. Prices


brand is also packed with high-specifi cation features and communal spaces, including the Owner’s Drawing Room and a guest suite that can be booked for friends and family to stay over in. Fleur-de-Lis Crowthorne’s 32 one- and two-bedroom apartments are a short walk from the shops, restau- rants and cafes in the town centre, as well as the stunning lake and 55 acres of woodland at Heathlake Nature Reserve. Help to plan activi- ties is off ered by an onsite concierge who has access to a seven-seater car for pre-arranged group trips. Prices start from £325,000. If your preference is to live by


the sea, Renaissance Retirement has just launched Fleur-de-Lis Poole, which overlooks the pictur- esque Poole Park and is just 10 minutes’ drive from the golden shores of Sandbanks Beach. Prices there start at £350,000. Lifestory off ers part-exchange


and an assisted move scheme comprising a decluttering and packing service to smooth the buying process — and if you’re unsure about committing to a purchase, there’s also a six-month rent-to-buy option that lets you give community living a try.


THE NEW FOREST


AERIAL VIEW OF POOLE HOLMWOOD


To enquire about these retirement developments and others by Lifestory, please visit pegasuslife.co.uk, T: 020 3608 8454, or renaissanceretirement.co.uk, T: 020 3608 8464.


HOLMWOOD


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