Charters Village, East Grinstead
Brand new retirement properties released
The latest phase of development at Charters Village, our age-exclusive community just outside East Grinstead on the Surrey / West Sussex border, is complete and we have released an exciting array of brand new retirement properties onto the market.
These comprise a mix of one and two bedroom independent living apartments and bungalows, which are proving to be a hit with buyers. Our new development is selling rapidly, so if you are interested in owning a slice of one of the UK’s finest examples of private retirement living book an appointment to view our show home now!
Many of those purchasing property in our latest phase of development have already moved into their new homes and are enjoying life at Charters. These include Mollie Lufkin, who in the video below shares her story about why she chose our village and what she loves about it.
Luxury retirement living in West Sussex
Aimed at the over 65s, Charters Village is set in mature parkland just off Felcourt Road. The manicured grounds and gardens provide a stunning backdrop to the independent retirement lifestyle enjoyed by residents.
The main clubhouse – Charters Towers – has a range of communal facilities available for the exclusive use of residents – including a restaurant, bar, library, conservatory, shop, doctor’s surgery, guest suites and galleried lounge.
Charters Towers has been part of the area’s landscape for around 100 years. The building was the centrepiece of the world-renowned dance and drama school, the Bush Davies School of Dance, for much of the last century.
Residents have set up a range of special interest groups and often meet for lunches and other social occasions. But the beauty of Charters Village is that residents choose the lifestyle that suits them.
Practical care and support
Charters village also benefits from a residential and nursing care home called Charters Court on another part of the site, which also offers respite and day care.
Domiciliary care is also available to independent living residents, should they need help with personal or practical chores they find increasingly challenging. This can often provide peace of mind for both residents and their families.