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Now has never been a better time for retirees looking to move to Wales. McCarthy and Stone is giving the over 60s the opportunity to live their retirement years to the full, by offering to pay the stamp duty on selected new apartments at its Llys Isan Retirement Living Plus development on Ilex Close, Llanishen and its Retirement Living development, Fern Court, on Gower Road, Swansea. Tose who take advantage of the offer, which is available for a limited time only, stand to save anything from 2% to 5% of the value of their new apartment, which is the current stamp duty rate for properties worth more than £125,000. Te summer incentive, from the leading manager and developer of retirement communities, is available for eligible buyers at Llys Isan and Fern Court who reserve before 31st August 2019 and complete no later than 25th October 2019. It is hoped the offer will encourage retirees from Wales – or those looking to move to the area – that now is an ideal time to consider a move to high quality retirement community, which has been specially designed to enrich the lives of those over the age of 60. McCarthy and Stone’s stamp duty offer gives even more older people the opportunity to enjoy the lifestyle benefits of a low maintenance Retirement Living Plus apartment. Full terms and conditions can be found at www. Jane Mayhew, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for McCarthy and Stone West Midlands, explains: “We are pleased to be able to bring this limited time offer to Llanishen, because we know that it helps to alleviate some of the financial barriers preventing retirees from moving. “It also aims to encourage retirees who are perhaps thinking about their future needs to proactively consider the different housing options and lifestyle benefits available to them now rather than later. “A move to a McCarthy and Stone Retirement Living Plus development such as Llys Isan, or a Retirement

Living development, such as Fern Court, can be the key to an active and independent retirement. Reduced property maintenance, comfort and security, and all the benefits of being part of a community of like-minded people are among the many advantages.” Llys Isan is an attractive development of 49 one and two bedroom apartments, and the popular of Llanishen places retirees in an exceptional area to be

hour emergency call points – for added peace of mind for both homeowners and their families. Retirement Living Plus means that residents have access to an on-site bistro, serving hot and cold meals, as well a communal lounge and wellbeing suite. Fern Court offers 45 Retirement Living apartments for the over 60’s, offering the very best in modern independent living within a safe and secure

able to enjoy the best of what Cardiff has to offer right on their doorstep. Te development features a spacious homeowners’ lounge, perfect for socialising with friends and new neighbours, beautifully landscaped gardens in which to relax, and a convenient guest suite should homeowners have friends or relatives to stay. Llys Isan has its own House Manager to ensure the smooth running of the development, car parking via a permit scheme, a security entrance system, plus 24-

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environment; with the opportunity to benefit from companionship when desired, as well as privacy when needed. Featuring a spacious and contemporary homeowners’ lounge, an on-site car park and a convenient guest suite for when friends and family come to stay, the development also boasts landscaped gardens. For more information on stamp duty paid in Wales, please call 0800 201 4811 or visit www.


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